That looks really nice, Ben. That's the way to buy one.
Is it a '72? Overdrive works? I'll bet it was expensive ($17K)?, nice dash, nice steering wheel, nice Shadow Blue seats.
You will need an 8 point (not 6 nor 12) 7/16", 3/8" drive socket to be able to remove the square gearbox fill plug.
You will need a 6 point (not 8 nor 12) 7/8", 3/8" drive socket & a flex coupling, plus extensions that you probably have already, to remove the block hex bolt above the starter motor, so that you can flush the engine block.
Get an ARE (Alexander Racing Enterprises) special tool/wrench that will fit the rear square break adjuster, other end fits the square engine sump plug (but won't reach the gearbox fill plug).
Are the semi-trailing arm brackets the adjustable camber type?
Have the front differential mount brackets been boxed in?
Could you post a pic of the engine bay from both sides?
1972 CC80594U Sapphire Blue
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2017-11-13 07:58 PM by Sapphire.
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