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General Discussion / Re: How Much Do You Drive?
« on: January 04, 2013, 12:13:23 AM »
      I  too don`t know how I missed this thread.Been a CRG for years  under another forgotten username and password.Got my 1st 67 in 1979 for $1000 and was a daily driver until 1990.  A job close to our now empty nest gave me 10 more years of 5000 miles a yr.(2-3 other 350 transplants) and in 2002 installed the 327 I saved for it and went to the track. 05 Needing rebuilt parked it until 08 when I cruised with a gm crate(1200 miles a year) til it just isn`t the same as that ole 327. Love a hi-reving small block w/steel crank so hope to have it reinstalled w/4speed I got in time for spring 2013. Got me a 110th anniversary  H.D. sportster to share the miles so I plan on less than 3000 per year.
   The 2nd 67 (double yellow RS) is still in process of restoration w/new parts in boxes .Parts stay on shelf until bike has been broke in.Its 327 pg , ps ,pb, and my favorite AC ,will be my daily driver in retirement . lol   enjoy those rides friends! any seat time is a joy.Hell I will even miss jamming gears on my snowplow truck when I give up the daily grind!Lookout mailbox especial delivery on the way!

General Discussion / Re: Matching a 68 motor
« on: November 02, 2012, 06:39:10 PM »
It is confusing,I had posted codes to a team site.Figuring a 64-67 casting #3858180 with pad stamp of TIII8EE would interest a chevelle owner looking for a period correct 327.I had replies that its 1 30 5  , should be a Dec. 1966.I am totally lost now .That would be fine fit for my 01a    E   ST 67-...norwood build, or not have fun... phil

General Discussion / Re: Official CRG Cap?
« on: October 31, 2012, 05:31:51 PM »

  As a nubie,Count me in also . dropped chest and grew a rather large forehead!!!Include a paypal option as I already use it alot.(Always looking for parts )

General Discussion / Re: Downloadable AIM's and 67 service manuals
« on: October 31, 2012, 05:26:50 PM »

  Thanks for the great info.So far/so good with my copies..Thanks again

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