First try at this and a brief introduction

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I have one, but it's needs exceed my abilities and I'm putting it up for sale on EBay.

First try at this and a brief introduction

Postby dcalhoun38581 » Tue Dec 02, 2014 5:55 pm

November 30 at 6:46pm ·

The weather was SO nice today. Mid 60s, overcast, but no rain. LOVELY! So, I did a little wrench turning on Regan (my 1967 Toronado) and got the alternator belt to NOT squeal when I started the engine. I also removed the remnants of a firewall mounted voltage regulator that is no longer needed due to the upgrade to a three wired alternator that includes a built in voltage regulator. After a quick trip to the nearest gas station to get 5 gallons of high octane fuel (required by the 10.5 to 1 compression ration of the 425 CID engine), I feed her and fired her up! Then went for a short cruise on TOP the mountain. I can't risk taking her off the mountain until I get the brake booster replaced, but it was really nice to drive my Demon filled Regan today anyway.
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Otto Skorzeny
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Re: First try at this and a brief introduction

Postby Otto Skorzeny » Wed Dec 03, 2014 6:15 am

Interesting wheels. Do you have a profile photo? Where did you find mags to fit?

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Doc Hubler
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Re: First try at this and a brief introduction

Postby Doc Hubler » Wed Dec 03, 2014 7:04 pm

Looks just like my 67. Can you provide a picture of the trim tag on the cowl? What options does your car have? More pictures please!

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