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Rayz571's 1977 Can Am

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wdl182

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Hello, 

Been a car guy for 50 years with many different makes through the years! Recently bought a 64 Bonneville 2dr. Hardtop . I live in the Finger Lakes area of NY. Will have some questions

because a few things are not working!! Thank You in advance for any help.  

Wayne            P.S.  I Love this car !! and have put over 3000 miles on it since I got it in July !!!

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Nice Bonnie!

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Awesome ride.   Welcome to FP.

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Great looking car. What plans do you have for it?

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Thanks Frosty,  Done some changes already, replace the carb with an Edelbrock, added a new steering wheel the old wheel was broken, added a new stereo system Retro sound in the

stock location with the rear speakers mounted under the deck in stock location. You can see the 17" custom wheels, New air shocks, Stock Brakes have been done and it stops Great !  Need to get the heater core replaced and then get the factory air working !!  After that is done Then I'll Drive the heck out of it !!!

Wayne

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Wayne, sounds like you are off to the races with your ride. Good luck with that.

Replacing the heater core is going to be a pain, but worth it in the end. Nothing like having to remove half your interior or more, a significant portion of your dash, and drain your cooling system just to get the old heater core out. Hopefully getting the AC working is a lot less hassle.

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