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Looks like a 65, but Brazil may have used the old stamping dies....
Check that the drains in the door aren't clogged. If they are, it could be overflowing into the passenger compartment. May also be a problem...
It's hard to see because of the dirty glass and reflection, but the mechanism is mostly corrosion free. I may have to drill out the spot welds...
I acquired a rust-free 66 Olds tailgate (should be similar to 64-67 A body wagons) complete with glass. The glass is inside (down) and I am...
I'm not sure Ford wagons of that period offered rear-facing seats. I only remimber the seats facing the center....
I need a replacement for the passenger side long Vista glass for my 67. Specifically with mirror tint, not the dark tint. Any chance your parts...
Rare 3-speed manual transmission model.
1960 Chevy. I prefer the 59 tail lights.
I was going to ask the same thing.
The Buick and Olds versions of the ST-300 and TH-400 from 64 to 67 used the variable pitch torque converters while Pontiac used a fixed stall...
Looks pretty nice.
I had Pinto wagon with 16,000 miles...back in 1981.
The stock stamped rocker arms are pedestal mounted and as such, non-adjustable. Just torque to spec. Avoid "while I'm in there" syndrome.
The Chiaka looks a lot like a 58 Ford wagon.
There are two types of roof glass: tinted and the rarer mirrored glass. The elements also attack the thin plastic laminate between the glass...
I don't think those are Cleveland heads. Clevelands have canted valves. Those look like Windsor heads.