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  1. Mousepolice
    06-08-2016 12:21 PM - permalink
    Mousepolice
    Hi,
    My name is Julian. I am trying to reach an old friend, Mark Jeffrey of TransAm Racing. Our kids went to school together. Can you tell me how to reach him or give him my contact info and ask him to contact me?
    Greatly appreciate any help.

    Thank You,
    Julian
  2. gimpystoy
    11-06-2015 06:26 PM - permalink
    gimpystoy
    Larry: Thanks Using just the existing spring cover bolts is what I was thinking. Not drilling my pristine fender apron is what I wanted to do.
    It's not a full on racer. W my export brace GW Monte Bar GW frame connectors & ZRay cross member, it's not going anywhere
  3. GT289
    11-05-2015 08:37 PM - permalink
    GT289
    Seems like I'm only fastened with like 2-3 per bracket. I didn't drill the car-
    I think I modded the brackets to pickup bolts that were already conveniently
    located on the car. If it was a full-on race car I probably would have mounted
    those things like the Brooklyn Bridge though.....
    I was over at Global today, getting a set of L-10 springs, as a matter of fact.
  4. gimpystoy
    11-05-2015 05:21 PM - permalink
    gimpystoy
    Larry Thanks. I found Jeg's has a color picture of the brackets. Which is what I'm looking for.
    Also it really necessary to do the 2 additional two top holes?
    Gimpy
  5. GT289
    11-04-2015 03:37 PM - permalink
    GT289
    Nope. Do not have any but the complete lineup of bars all by themselves.
    I can shoot the one on my '66 if you'd like.
    Larry
  6. gimpystoy
    11-04-2015 02:53 PM - permalink
    gimpystoy
    Larry: in your archive from GW . Do you have any pictures of Monte Carlo Bar installed?
    I've tried Google,nada.
    TY,Joe B.
  7. gimpystoy
    07-20-2015 11:08 AM - permalink
    gimpystoy
    Larry, TY
  8. GT289
    07-19-2015 07:47 PM - permalink
    GT289
    Probably not. That's when I was there. Didn't sell too many 620's.
    Almost all were the 540# (Moog 8534).
    The 67-70 small block springs are exactly 1" taller free length over
    the 65-66 springs. The 67-70 540s were around 14" tall (totally
    from memory).
  9. gimpystoy
    07-19-2015 07:08 PM - permalink
    gimpystoy
    Larry would 67 SB GW 1" shorter springs from early 90's be 620's. I found the remains of their shipping box now that I've reinstalled them, Engine not back in car yet.
    Gimpy
  10. GT289
    06-02-2015 06:42 PM - permalink
    GT289
    Yes. It is Black Tie classics. The side pipes and wheels are definitely not my
    cup of tea. I think I'd better avoid that place with all the bad press I just
    saw on the internet. You can save the trip, but I appreciate the offer.

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