Posts by lumpoire

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    Would you consider selling just the air? I can arrange local pickup.


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    What date code you do need? East coast? West coast? Mid-West?




    Edited by - lumpoire on 07/13/2008 11:53:11


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    SOLD, Thank you.




    Edited by - lumpoire on 07/31/2008 08:56:30

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    Filled with date coded (18V) 1965 air. <hr height=1 noshade id=quote></BLOCKQUOTE id=quote></font id=quote><font face="Verdana" size=2 id=quote>




    Would you consider selling just the air? I can arrange local pickup.


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    What date code you do need? East coast? West coast? Mid-West?




    Edited by - lumpoire on 07/13/2008 11:53:11

    The buyer of my Kar opted for the radial tires, so, have 5 <b></b>bias ply 6.95/14 U.S. Royal dual redines mounted and balanced (correctly lug centric) on 5 1965 styled steel wheels for sale.




    Filled with date coded (18V) 1965 air. These tires and wheels have less than 1000 miles on them. The spare is brand new and has never been on the ground. These are the correct size and brand that were on your Kar when it was delivered. Get your kar REALLY correct!




    Asking a firm $1000 and will throw in a wheeled tire rack that holds all 5 of them.




    Prefer a local pickup (I'm in southeastern PA, West Chester to be exact), but if you want to pay for packaging and shipping I'll do that.




    You can contact me at lumpoire@aol.com or 610-344-0586.




    Mario

    Hey Guys,




    I’m selling my 1965 K-code Coupe to start a new project. It is a pristine, completely restored numbers matching(entire drivetrain)GT in Rangoon Red with a Bright red interior. It’s a 2006 AACA Senior National first place car that has been used less than a 1000 miles since that award. Trophies in every show it’s entered except the ones Gene takes me to. Absolutely no rust anywhere.




    8000 RPM rally pack, deluxe interior, Export Brace, Monte Carlo bar, and remote trunk release. 3:50 open rear, currently running a custom 3” driveshaft (perfect original driveshaft included), Pertronix Ignition (original dual points included if you are a purist).




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    Runs like a new one and an absolute blast to drive. Visit this website to see part of it and hear it run;




    http://www.midcomustang.com/mustanghipo.shtml




    Ludicrous NADA value is $46,975, I’m asking $37,500. Your choice of 5 bias ply US Royal Redlines or 5 Coker Redline radials with less than 2000 miles on either set. You can have both sets for $1000 more.




    I invite any inspection, you can reach me at 610-344-0586 anytime or email at lumpoire@aol.com for all pictures and any details you might like to know.




    Kar is located in southeastern PA.




    Thanks,


    Mario

    I went through the same kind of vibration chasing. Had my harmonic balancer rebuilt, had the tires balanced a couple of times, measured/changed the pinion angle, had my driveshaft rebuilt/balanced, all with no change. Someone here suggested I change the trans mount, but it looked fine and my trans guy said there was nothing wrong with it. What the hell, it was cheap ($25-30), easy (about an hour), and non-hipo specific (easy to get).




    It worked and the car was transformed! Smooth as silk all the way through the rpm range/speeds. The mount I took off looked great, no cracks in the rubber or metal.




    Try this, note the rpms where the vibration occurs (not the speed), once you've found that rpm, try it in differant gears at the same rpm. It may be subtle, but I'll bet its there. These engines seem to have a harmonic at certain rpms (probabley differant on every engine due to differing balancing) that just might be enough vibrate an old trans mount.




    Let us know what you find,


    Mario