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Join Date: Mar 2005
Location: Jeannette Pa. near pittsburgh
Re: color coded glass fuses
With all due respect, My one owner 70-LS-5/ M-22 El Camino is kinda sorta correct in most of the details. Then on the other hand my 1970 SS 454 Nomad Sta. Wgn. is kinda like the " After birth of a bastard rat ".
First its not a 70, Its a 1971 body, the front clip is a 70 El Camino, Why?? It was punched in the nose when I got it. ( I had a lot of El Camino parts) The rear end is a 1969. The SS dash is from my 70 El Camino. ( I repaired all the cracks and broken pieces) The engine block is an 83 the heads & intake are from ( swap meet stuff) , Along with the 700R4. The 4 row rad is from a 71 Caddy.
HEI Dist, Aftermarket cruise control, The C-60 is converted to R-134 with a 10 Cyl. Alum. compressor. Jeep G.C. steering box. The Q-Jet is from a Chevy???
Relays on the H. Lights and other " Stuff ".
Its my fun driver. I am very lucky to have two 70s. For the most part , I do what I do to make ME happy.
Life is a " One Way Street ", Enjoy the hell out of it.
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