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    Very unlikely. I've never heard of a late '79...

    Very unlikely. I've never heard of a late '79 having 80 wheels originally. A previous owner probably swapped them on, maybe even replacing rally wheels. Another thought is that a lot of the brushed...
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    Also be aware that the 76-79 wheels had a brushed...

    Also be aware that the 76-79 wheels had a brushed finish originally and the 80-82 had a polished finish.

    Tom
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    The ball is welded to the end of the cable or...

    The ball is welded to the end of the cable or possibly crimped on. I'm not sure if you can see the end of the cable at the handle by looking under the instrument panel or not.
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    Could be that the ball has come off the top end...

    Could be that the ball has come off the top end of the cable. I've seen that happen.
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    Cool stuff.
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    Top end of the cable also has a ball welded to it...

    Top end of the cable also has a ball welded to it and that would fit in a clevis or slot on the hand brake lever. The housing has a steel sleeve on the top end that either fits in a receiver in the...
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    Please post some photos when you get them. I had...

    Please post some photos when you get them. I had a friend back in '63 that bought a new white convertible.

    Tom
  8. That looks nice with the 66 wheel covers. Never...

    That looks nice with the 66 wheel covers. Never saw that before.
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    Welcome to the CAC.

    Welcome to the CAC.
  10. Looks like a nice C4. Great price too. Tom

    Looks like a nice C4. Great price too.

    Tom
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    Something is keeping your upper cable from being...

    Something is keeping your upper cable from being pulled back down and therefore not pulling the handle back in when you release it. Your cables under the car should be slack when released. The spring...
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    Ok. Well take it easy on the new knee. If the...

    Ok. Well take it easy on the new knee.

    If the cables are new also it could be that they just stretched being applied for a length of time or weren't adjusted tight enough when rebuilt. When you...
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    Question: Welcome to the CAC The easiest way to do a C4...

    Welcome to the CAC

    The easiest way to do a C4 conversion is with a complete custom chassis like one from Art Morrison or Roadster Shop. A good front suspension upgrade can be had from Jim Meyer...
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    Jack, Would I be correct that the car won't...

    Jack,

    Would I be correct that the car won't roll either? Park brakes tend to stick from rust or lack of lubrication. You might try removing the rear wheels and rapping on the brake drum with a...
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    I never had a C2 with power steering. The small...

    I never had a C2 with power steering. The small block is easier to steer than a big block and likewise with narrower tires. There are a lot of C2 cars out there with power steering so if you're...
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    Welcome to the Corvette Action Center! Tom

    Welcome to the Corvette Action Center!

    Tom
  17. Welcome to the CAC. It looks like you scored a...

    Welcome to the CAC. It looks like you scored a nice one.

    Tom
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    Possibly heat it to soften the glue or steam....

    Possibly heat it to soften the glue or steam. Have to take care not to get it too hot or wet. I think I did my '67 years ago with a razor blade scraper going very slow and carefully after warming it...
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    69-75 steering wheel?

    69-75 steering wheel?
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    Welcome to the CAC. Tom

    Welcome to the CAC.

    Tom
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    Welcome to the Corvette Action Center. Tom

    Welcome to the Corvette Action Center.

    Tom
  22. Welcome to the CAC Appears to be a 454 big...

    Welcome to the CAC

    Appears to be a 454 big block. See the info here------>X
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    Here's a contact that might be able to help you....

    Here's a contact that might be able to help you.


    Suggest you get in touch with GEORGE NOSKY, email gnosky@aol.com in Canton, MI 48188. George bought DON YENKO’S 57 Corvette in 1964, and was...
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    Welcome to the CAC This sounds like a very...

    Welcome to the CAC

    This sounds like a very interesting car. I sent off a message to a friend of mine that knows more than anyone else about vintage Corvette race cars. Hopefully he will reply to...
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    Welcome to the CAC If you are referring to the...

    Welcome to the CAC

    If you are referring to the panel that houses the clock and heater controls I've seen them in the catalogs. Here is the part in the Corvette Central catalog.

    Lower instrument...
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