Originally Posted by nick *
Originally Posted by BillBost37
Before buying a manual, how mechanically inclined are you?
What'* a socket
Or where'* the motor?
You may want to do this yourself..or you may want to bring it to a shop. You'll need a torque wrench and a few other slightly specialized tools not commonly found around the house. If so it may work out cheaper and much easier to have it done professionally.
If you are good and ready to do this..someone will chime in soon with the parts either way. Good luck..glad you caught it early.
Well lets see here, I just sold a 65 Plymouth Belvedere with a 511ci motor, I built this car myself. I also own a 71 Plymouth GTX that is going through a restification here at my home. So to answer your question.....Good to Fairly Good..
Awesome, you are ready to start ripping it down once you get your hands on the parts. The Mods and Admins are cool here. They have a sense of humor and sometimes it seems like they come across kinda dry...but they only mean well. BTW start searching the site before posting new questions if you have others...they might beat ya down if you don't do your research....lol