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getting the 1973 plymouth from my neighbors house onto the ramps

Well, only half the engine was running and very poorly at that, but at least I got it onto the ramps lol. Since the video I've rebuilt the carb, changed the master cylinder, changed both front brake calipers and brake pads, changed all of the spark plugs, changed the oil and filter. I have a new cap/rotor/plug wires/fuel pump/coil to still change but it's supposed to rain for the next few days so I will get to it eventually.


 


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