Part Five Jeffs Question with answer 72 Dart update plus 73 ply rr B5 blue.wmv
Hope i didnt sound like i was coming off wrong in this video, i thought about not even uploading it.....but it did have some usefull info......... bear with me on this one ok? Also uploaded afew images of a past comission build 1973 plymouth Roadrunner restoration build and also detailed to the max.(kit bashed with a AMT 1971 Dodge Charger) hope you enjoy it! again sorry hope i didnt sound like i was coming off wrong... Mj
Removing the floor pan from a Chevy Nova
Removing the floor pan from a 1972 Chevy Nova 1st episode in a series on replacing the floor pan without destroying your car See the channel for more episodes!
Control arm repair
Many Mopar lower control arms have a lot of slop between the torsion bar pivot and the body of the control arm. This doesn't seem to cause a major problem, but there's no reason not to fix it. The fix is actually quite simple if you have a grinder/cut-off tool and a welder. Some arms were actually more spot welded so they have to be drilled out. If I come upon another set of those I will update the video or add a new one.