crowvet

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About crowvet

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    Eugene Oregon
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    Classic cars, detailing,

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  1. Total guess, but maybe a reverb unit for speakers?
  2. Thank you all for the pictures and advise, there are some great looking booties out there. I think I will go with the original cardboard kit and do my own floor carpet.
  3. Looking to redo my trunk in my 65. Has anyone done their own without buying the kits? If so I would love to see them. Thinking of building my own.
  4. They need you to pay for my broken ones? Bummer, sorry you missed out. Kinda saw it coming, on my last shipment the price was at $235. I e-mailed to inquire. They said no we did not charge you more it is just a value invoice.
  5. Best of luck, Summit wanted to refund my money. I said no, I think it's a great price and a quality product I need the glass. I would order quick before they have had enough.
  6. #3 showed up today, and we have a winner. WOO HOO...
  7. I was thinking of using Permatex Right Stuff for adhesive. I have used it on weather strips moldings ect, it holds anything. It is a gasket sealer, but does it ever hold tight. Any thoughts?
  8. Good luck, looks a lot like mine, even the rear dent.
  9. I am wanting to replace the decal on my 65 401 325 horse engine. I have looked and see multiple decals stating 445, some say Riviera Wildcat, and some just say wildcat. Which is the correct one for my car. Also was the air cleaner painted Black?
  10. At this point, I have two broken windshields in my shop, so far I have not been advised on what to do with them. I have sent Summit an email explaining that #3 will most likely not survive as well, unless they do something about the way this glass is packaged. I am awaiting a reply to my email.
  11. Received #2 yesterday, and #2 is exactly what it is..... Busted just like the first one. #3 here we go.
  12. I fought this thing, every other switch I have ever seen pulls to activate. LOL.... So simple when you finally figure it out. Thanks everyone for your input. Thanks for the carb offer Tom, but this thing runs and works so perfect, I don't want to touch it.
  13. Got my passing gear working today. I took the switch apart, and it looks good. What I noticed was the switch activates in the compressed position. My car has a Edelbrock carb on it. When hooked up my linkage pulled the switch open rather than pushing it closed. A little linkage fabrication and I,m passing everything but the gas stations.