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  1. I used to get off work from Jack's Hamburgers in 1977 and try to beat this song home.
  2. Anyone have a set for sale? Even just the trumpets would be great... Frank in Austin
  3. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: John</div><div class="ubbcode-body">The replacement carb is stamped 7041304 on the body where Ed indicated. They are probably easier to find than the original. The replacement carb was marketed thru Delco as their #24-113 with GM #7016603 on the box. John </div></div> Just to confirm... 7041304 is the replacement carb. I have that carburetor,and it has a front fuel inlet, but it is pointing to the passenger side. Did the original carb. have a sideways inlet? My car has rubber fu
  4. Greetings all! I have just rejoined the Riviera world with the purchase of my 4th Riv, a 66 GS. Can someone please describe the stock exhaust configuration for my car, a 425 1x4bbl, including the shape and position of the tailpipes as they exit the car. I need to put this one back to stock. Pics would be great too! TIA, Frank Brooks Austin
  5. and the B in the trunk letters. TIA Frank Brooks 70 Cat Conv 63 Cat 2dr
  6. I see it works! Now to put a signature together...
  7. I'm happy to see a forum for this list. Here is an attempt at a pic:
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