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Got my pressure plate and clutch disc rebuilt
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Jim did the Turbo, it’s a work of art!
Heads are done, should get engine block back tomorrow. Then I can put everything back together. All under hood items has been rebuilt, replated, and repainted.
In case anyone is looking for a valve cover grommet for the drivers side PCV valve, this fits.
Thanks, I will pick one up. I can’t remember what I used on our automatic car but if I remember right, it don’t fit right. I may just get two of them
I don’t think I have the original throw out bearing, but mine has BCA 614018 on it so I found one on EBay
I built the motor this weekend, just need the rear cam plug, it’s 1-51/64” hard to find. Egge usually has them, but I ordered two from T/A Performance. Then I can put the motor in and get it running.
Looks really good!
Motor is In the car. I am using the 1963 Assembly Manual to ensure every thing is put together correctly.
Progress photos. I used a 1/2” crows foot with a universal joint on top of it to tighten the rear flange bolt.
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