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 on: Today at 11:02:58 PM 
Started by ZLP955 - Last post by x66 714
nothing on base

08E 1969
nothing on base
rivet 9G
VE3 foot

This is what my cars have....Joe

 on: Today at 11:01:07 PM 
Started by Terry69RSZ28 - Last post by 69Z28-RS
I think it's too close; I'd try to find one a bit earlier.   3E doesn't provide your *build date*, it simply states that was the estimated week of contruction (some turn out to be a bit earlier and some a bit later).  To be sure of your car's build date, pay the NCRS their $50 and get the facts.  Short of that, use your VIN number to estimate more closely than the build week when your car was actually built.

 on: Today at 10:49:40 PM 
Started by Terry69RSZ28 - Last post by Terry69RSZ28
Yes, it is a Norwood built 69RSZ28 with the motor (0327 assembly), transmission(P9C14A), and rearend (0327 assembly) all born with certified by Jerry MacNeish. I am looking at a 1100837 alternator to put on with a 9C24 date code.

 on: Today at 10:31:35 PM 
Started by dannystarr - Last post by MO

Nice score on the battery. I would leave the label and not worry about assembly line correct. The caps in the auction look good and can be detailed to look correct; priced right too.

 on: Today at 09:48:40 PM 
Started by mikefam - Last post by ZLP955
Mike does the seller have a phone number in the ebay listing? If not, you should be able to get their contact details including phone number from ebay, especially as you now have an order with them. IMHO, there's no excuse to ignore questions from potential buyers, looking after the customer is business rule #1 (well, if you want to stay in business anyway) but some ebayers seem to be good at dumbing down their computer skills...... never a problem listing items for sale, but won't respond to Q's.
All the same, a good feedback rating should give you confidence, benefit of the doubt and all that. If you pay through PP or with credit card, you should be able to get a refund if it does turn out to be problematic.

 on: Today at 09:22:33 PM 
Started by BillG - Last post by BillG
OK, good to go then.  Thanks Mark.

 on: Today at 09:15:24 PM 
Started by BillG - Last post by Mark
Yes its normal, mines been doing it since I've had the car, 33 years now, original rubber line too..

 on: Today at 08:56:54 PM 
Started by dannystarr - Last post by Charley
Moving everyone in and out is a huge deal to get done. We get it more refined every year. Reliable Trucks will move in on Thursday before the single car trailers. Thursday and Friday are move in days. We are refining getting everyone out on Sunday.

 on: Today at 08:55:36 PM 
Started by ZLP955 - Last post by ZLP955
Got a third data point from looking back through Darrell's thread on his barn find dusk blue X77:

Plant: LOS
Model Year: 69
Body Plate Build Date: 09D (1968)
Jack Mast Section: square
Jack Base: nothing stamped
Mast Date Code: mast, 8J

Plant: NOR
Model Year: 68
Body Plate Build Date: 04D
Jack Mast Section: trapezoidal
Jack Base: (to be confirmed)
Mast Date Code: rivet, 8D

Plant: NOR
Model Year: 69
Body Plate Build Date: 03B
Jack Mast Section: trapezoidal
Jack Base: U69
Mast Date Code: rivet, 9C

 on: Today at 08:35:00 PM 
Started by BillG - Last post by BillG
I just replaced the 3 piece fuel pump to carburetor line set and replaced both the inline filter canister and carburetor inlet filter.  All went well.  No leaks, engine starts and runs very well, but I notice the 3/8" rubber inlet hose that connects into the fuel pump from the hard line from the tank is pulsating.  Its not just a little; its easy to see but again no leaks and engine runs fine.  Is this normal?  I've never noticed it before.  Sorry to be so wordy.  Thanks.

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