Those are the glass channel guides for the door glass on hardtops and convertibles. It bolts to the bottom of the window at the rear. When the glass is rolled all the way up these pieces keep the glass supported inside the rear track.
With the weather warming up I decided to check out my new project. With it running and driving I was hoping to just do a quick tune up and drive it while I gather parts but a quick peek under the valve covers reviled a bit of a different direction. Bent push rods on cylinder 1 and 8. I’m hoping...
Hoping to learn some new stuff here.
Six weeks ago I purchased a 1966 Lemans that had been sitting in a barn for the last 20 years. Old owner bought it from Tennessee and drove it around Michigan as a daily driver for a number of years before parking it in the barn.
Once a body has been stripped down to core shell and is unbolted from the chassis' will the shell be light enough in weight for 4 or so men to lift off with timber struts underneath and put on to a cradle?? If not what is the best way to lift body from chassis? Thanks for answers :cheers
I have a small issue. I didn't take off the crankshaft pulleys so I don't know how they go back on the end of the crankshaft - actually how all three pieces including the reinforcement plate.
I mean: I have a before picture so I know the single pulley goes on the crankshaft first...