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Re: my first pump
VEEDOL_AL1 #234806 Sat Feb 19 2011 12:21 PM
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Re: my first pump
VEEDOL_AL1 #234833 Sat Feb 19 2011 02:53 PM
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Nice & A VERY NICE 70 MC ,IS THE SHIFTER ON THE FLOOR ? LIKE THE HORSE SHOE STYLE ON THE OL'CAMARO'S THOSE ARE SWEET ,I HAD A 71 ,ON THE FLOOR BUCKET SEATS & ALL "THAT WAS MY PRIDE & JOY FOR YEARS! THAT IS A VERY NICE SET UP "GREAT JOB"

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Re: my first pump
DIESEL #235013 Sun Feb 20 2011 01:53 PM
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Beautiful pump! Great job. My first restoration was a Bennett 646 as well.


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Re: my first pump
DIESEL #235016 Sun Feb 20 2011 01:59 PM
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Yes it has the horse shoe shifter, original buckets, tach. Working on the interior now.

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gasmelincelr #235034 Sun Feb 20 2011 03:12 PM
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You should be pleased, its a beauty. I assume you think the hose is too short, and I agree.
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Re: my first pump
Vermonter #235658 Tue Feb 22 2011 08:24 PM
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My first car was a maroon 72 Monte Carlo.


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gasmelincelr #235670 Tue Feb 22 2011 09:24 PM
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That add glass looks good with that pump. Is that glass real or reproduction ?

Re: my first pump
HI-OCTANE #235693 Wed Feb 23 2011 06:13 AM
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Love the 646! Great job on the restoration! When I was a young kid a guy at my church had one and I would tell my dad thats what I want when I turn 16. I never got the car but I did get a 1977 Landcrusier jeep (Thanks Dad your the best RIP). I have been working on a 64 Galaxie for about 10 years thats 3/4 finished. Cloned it as a Lightweight car with 514 maby someday I will finish it.

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real, adds a bit more class to it.

Re: my first pump
donj #237647 Wed Mar 02 2011 08:24 AM
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...looks to be the original Sinclair spec's...nice job...


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