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  1. 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...
  5. I use a GPS app often and find them very...

    I use a GPS app often and find them very accurate. A '79 with an automatic only came with a 3.55 as you know. The drive gear on the trans shaft is a code C, orange, 8 teeth, part number 6261784. The...
  6. There is a company building those GMC V12 engines...

    There is a company building those GMC V12 engines for hot rods. Needless to say the builder engines are hard to come by. They were basically two GMC V6s end to end but cast as a single block and a...
  7. Use this chart. You will need to know the height...

    Use this chart. You will need to know the height (diameter) of your tire then check your rpm at 60 mph. Go to your tire height at the top of the chart. Then go down to the closest rpm to your car @...
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    Welcome to the CAC. What is your intended...

    Welcome to the CAC.

    What is your intended usage? Just driving or racing?

    Tom
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    Welcome to the CAC. Looks like a couple of fun...

    Welcome to the CAC. Looks like a couple of fun cars.

    Tom
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    Help! I did the '81 two years ago and no amount of...

    I did the '81 two years ago and no amount of pedal pumping would get all the air out. I finally gave up and bought a pressure bleeder. Should have bought one years ago. It was so quick and easy.
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    Help! When it won't start is there raw fuel running...

    When it won't start is there raw fuel running down inside the carbs? Is the fuel filter bowl full? Is the choke opening fully? How long do you run it after it initially starts ok before you shut it...
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    Not sure what you mean. Did you change steering...

    Not sure what you mean. Did you change steering columns on your '59?
  13. I should get one of those. Probably the closest...

    I should get one of those. Probably the closest I'll ever get to owning one.

    Tom
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    Welcome to the CAC Tom

    Welcome to the CAC


    Tom
  15. Thread: Trim tag

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    Well I took the total number of 1976 Corvettes...

    Well I took the total number of 1976 Corvettes built and subtracted the numbers of cars built in known 1976 production colors (including the 1 code 39 Dark Green that some books don't show) and ended...
  16. If your seals are not letting grease out then...

    If your seals are not letting grease out then they won't let water in. The outer seal is shielded by the rotor and the inner seal is shielded by the control arm so there is no way to apply a high...
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    I'm sure there is someone out there that needs...

    I'm sure there is someone out there that needs your part. It may take some time though.

    Tom
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    Welcome to the CAC. Nice pair of Corvettes. Tom

    Welcome to the CAC. Nice pair of Corvettes.

    Tom
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    Welcome to the CAC. Tom

    Welcome to the CAC.

    Tom
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    Welcome Ralph. It isn't often that I run into...

    Welcome Ralph.

    It isn't often that I run into somebody that has had their solid axle longer than I.

    Tom
  21. I've seen a lot worse. I wonder if it would be...

    I've seen a lot worse. I wonder if it would be possible to bond a strip of fiberglass sheet about 1/4 in thick to the back of that area holding it straight.

    Tom
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    I'm going to move this thread to the C6 Forum. It...

    I'm going to move this thread to the C6 Forum. It will get more attention there.

    Tom
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    I can't help you with the paddle shift but ACI...

    I can't help you with the paddle shift but ACI makes some nice spoilers and other parts for the C6. We toured the facility during a past CAC Cruisefest and it is a quality operation.

    ACI
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    The 3735236 crank was a forged 3.00 inch stroke...

    The 3735236 crank was a forged 3.00 inch stroke crank used in 283 engines. I don't think you see any cast 283 cranks until up in the mid '60s. This casting number was used under part number 3760042...
  25. I usually have a few jumper wires I have made up...

    I usually have a few jumper wires I have made up with wire and some alligator clips that you can get at any auto parts store. You will be surprised how often you use them once you have them. Hook one...
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