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  1. I installed a set of Hella Supertone horns in my 74 today. Only had them on the shelf for a year!
  2. There is a radiator repair shop in NJ that fixed my gas tank. They repair all kinds of gas tanks. Might want to see if they can save it. Could be worth having a spare. Fingers Radiator in N. Brunswick, NJ https://maps.apple.com/place?address=2006 US-1 N%2C North Brunswick%2C NJ 08902%2C United States&auid=1459931136828786026&ll=40.44766350989948%2C-74.49584752321243&q=Finger's Radiator
  3. Plycar is another good option for closed transport.
  4. Body or suspension? I know some people box in the rear subframe and stitch the control arms, but I'm not sure about the body welds.
  5. Blue loctite on the exhaust studs. Put that on the studs before putting the new studs in the head to keep oil from seeping out. Two of them (I forget which) run into the oil passages and they will drip eventually if not sealed. Just put loctite on all 8 and you're covered.
  6. Toss them, they retain water if you ever get a leaky window gasket it will act as a sponge. If you're not building a concours car, I would just cover both sides of that gap with sound deadening like fat mat or noico.
  7. I was a big dummy and fixed rust like this on a regular 74 2002 in my driveway. It's a lot of work, but it can be done. Trunk panels went NLA, but I think they're back again. If frame rails are solid, rear suspension mounts are solid and rockers are decent; you have a great starting point.
  8. When you remove the spacers, you should cover the top coil with rubber/plastic hose. You can buy clear hose in rolls from the hardware store and just slide it over the top coil instead of running metal on metal. I did that for a bit and then ended up putting rear spacers in because my rear end was sitting low. (talking about the car
  9. It should fit flush. Are you sure you have the correct horn button? Or the trim ring isn't the correct one.
  10. Toby, You installed a chevy Sprint alternator in a 2002? Any special brackets needed? Internally-regulated or no? Mike


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