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    JimNoel
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    Hi Eric,
    Have not looked in my 62-3 parts book but the part could be bought from a dealer and installed in a 62. A 1/2″ hole is drilled where the pilot hole is dimpled in the dash metal on the left side of the inside the edge of the glove box door. It then pops right in and shines through the window or hole in the glove box liner. They work great, I have them in both of my 62’s.

    #13959

    JimNoel
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    This new ink is really great Eric! Hope it makes the Magazine too!

    #13956

    JimNoel
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    Thanks Mark, Added to my cowl list and general info list.
    Sure would like a pic or two of both of your 63’s!

    #13953

    JimNoel
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    Thanks, your car is #14 on the list. I added the make date of 11D.

    #13919

    JimNoel
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    Hi Eric,
    I have your automatic car as #12, 869. I have your “parts car” #898. Is this not correct?
    Jim

    #13916

    JimNoel
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    Hi Guys,
    BK, Kansas City is on the list. Anyway, here is the latest update I have for cowl tags.

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    JimNoel
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    #13859

    JimNoel
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    Just a rotation…….

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    #13855

    JimNoel
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    Hi Scott,
    Yes, you are correct. The oil filler/breather cap should be black on a 1962, the 1963’s are red. Your PCValve is on the left valve cover. I have had the same problem with the exhaust pipes to and from the turbo unit. The aerosol, high temp, paint will not stick! I have only found the Eastwood high temp brush on paint to last. It has held up on my cars for years.
    Your car and engine bay look really great!

    #13802

    JimNoel
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    The first style transmission cross member for manual transmission 3 speed and “maybe” early 4 speed transmissions was a solid, with no rubber side attachment brackets, cross member. The second style manual transmission that was used for 4-speeds and maybe 3-speeds, from that point of introduction on, had a single rubber mount on the ends of the cross member. The automatic transmission cross bar used two rubber mounts on both ends of the cross member. Pics of all three styles shown below.

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