Factory-style side exhausts for my '67 - man I just love to roll the
windows down and listen to that all-American music.
...Oh yeah, radial tires too.
Here's waving to ya - \||||
'67BB & '72BB
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-- Ann Hayman Zwinger
The best mod for money spent to me is tires and wheels.....
And bigger than stock tires and wheels on rear and stock
size on front. A carefully selected wheel and tire package
can change the attitude and feel of a car.
Tim & Cindy McDonald wrote:
Going from stock to : Edelbrock Oval Port Alum Heads, with Edelbrock
Dual Plane Air Gap Intake , with SpeedDemon 750 double pumper carb.,
big roller cam , and 'X' crossover exhaust pipe.... Has to be close to
an additional 140 h.p gain.
Mechanically, swapping the 4+3 on my 86 for the Richmond 6-speed
tranny. Check it out:
Cosmetically, it's a toss up between paint:
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I like the yellow larrybud!
For my C4-coupe the best bang for the buck was adding the frame
crossbrace--pulled from a ragtop for $ 175 at a local junkyard. Then
took the car to respected dealer and had the targa roof re-shimmed and
fitted at $125 parts and labor. Improvement in handling, big reduction
in "squeeking" sounds. I think that if the C4 gets a regular workout,
the roof should be refitted every few years.
==============You know I never had thought about cup holders...
But honestly, as a coffee-olic I have to agree...
The sharks have plenty of aftermarket coffee cup holders... But I had
to make one out of Walnut and Curly Maple to fit my 64 ...and I had to
be real creative making one out of Cherry that is Off Set slightly to
the right for my 6 speed 95.....now I can at least shift gears... OEM
cup holders were are a complete waste ..except as a mounting point for
a workable cup holder...
64 72 76 79 & 95 Corvettes
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