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- Fri Feb 12, 2021 6:54 am
- Forum: 66 - 69 Comets
- Topic: Power steering conversion
- Replies: 2
- Views: 291
I have all the power steering components for your 66 Comet except the box. They were only on my car for 6 months before I removed them. They are basically new. Let me know if you still need them.
- Sun Apr 09, 2017 1:08 pm
- Forum: Wanted
- Topic: Looking for parking lamp bezels for my 66 Caliente
- Replies: 4
- Views: 461
I have a pair of complete parking light assemblies that include the bezels. They're not great, but they can be used if you have none. I'd let you have them for the cost of shipping from 33914 to you. Rick
Hey Mark, I have several pieces of trim and may also have the headlight bezel. I need to know exactly what you need and I'll look through my stuff. Rick
Just installed a 3.80 gear. What a difference!! Taking a trip to NJ from Florida this week. Heading up to Lead East, worlds biggest 50's party. Taking the Comet on the Autotrain. Gonna be great!!!
When I bought this it was a pretty solid southern car. It is red with red interior and black top. It had 289/auto. and stock gauges (half of which did not work). I changed out all five gauges using Autometer units that seem to fit well in the original bezel. I got bored so out came the C4 and in wen...
I installed LED bars behind my taillight lenses and they look and work great! I picked them up at Daytona last fall from Rodworx. You might want to take a look at their website as they have real good prices on their products. They are a real nice couple who run the place too!! Good luck. Rick
- Thu Mar 21, 2013 6:32 pm
- Forum: Small Block V-8 Performance
- Topic: Headers- Same Question- New Product(s)?
- Replies: 4
- Views: 969
I have a 66 Comet with a 289 that I wanted to put headers on. I ran into a problem with the power steering components. I ended up removing the power assist parts and the headers fit right in. They are full length Hedman's. We tried to find a way to install them by cutting and welding the two pipes t...