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  • Birthday 09/16/1970

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  1. Hello, Anyone have metal skirts available? Thanks
  2. Thanks for the help! I was worried that this small job was about to be a big job. Raul
  3. Hello, I had a leaking rear seal that destroyed the transmission mount in my 1966 Riviera. When I pulled the seal I found this hole. It looks like it was drilled. I'm not sure why someone would do that so I'm hoping it's supposed to be there. Thanks, Raul
  4. Andrea, I'm no expert but I've had a similar problem. It ended up being a clogged fuel line. As nice as your car is I doubt your tank is very rusty. Gas does go bad when sitting for awhile. Raul
  5. Thanks, I'm not sure about the tires. They wheels came with the car.
  6. I don't see how new car emissions changes anything with our cars.
  7. Thank you for the pics. I can see what I’m missing now. Doesn’t look like the bar that hits the latch was threaded. JB weld might work.
  8. Hello all, I picked up a 66 and I'm trying to fix a few things. I've owned 3 of these cars so far and they are my favorite Riviera. It's been 17 years since the last one so it's been awhile. 1) I seem to be missing the part that sticks out and hits the door latch. What does it look like? I'm wondering if I can replace it. 2) I'm also missing the clips that hold the driver seat switch together. Anyone have an extra for sale or pic of what I'm missing? Thanks for the help, Raul
  9. From the ebay ad. 1937 lincoln zephyr custom roadster. Car started as a rust free 4 Door sedan as no zephyr roadsters were ever made. Top is chopped a couple inches and has a padded Carson style top that is removable. Flathead V8 with 3speed and Columbia 2 speed rear axle. Car is static lowered with just a few leafs removed to get the stance lower.
  10. I think it was for sale.
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