I was pleasantly surprised when I got it in the mail. Both were in my exterior color and the one had the deluxe blue interior like mine. It is nice to see us get some love every now & then right? It gives me hope and motivation to get over the hump on mine.
I use regular 10W30 unless you are breaking in a motor and then I use thinner with additives for the new cam & lifter break in. As far as changing the timing belt, you really just need to ensure that the distributor and all timing marks align to TDC before locking everything back down.
Should be on the passenger side of the block front corner just above the face where the oil pan attaches. I am out of town for the weekend and will send you some pics when I get home to show you more specifically. Even if you don't have a serial, as long as the date codes work for you and you intend on building it as a HIPO, the stamps can be recreated. Some K codes were not even stamped, so the most important parts are the HIPO specific components. How is the car coming along?
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