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Re: Hello from a '57 panel owner!
pan3lman #1410111 Sun May 16 2021 07:05 PM
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Tach installed and tested. She is idling at 800 rpm. I had it dialed in at 900 by ear, not too shabby for an old dude. smile

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1957 Chevy Panel Truck, powered by SBC 350 from 1977 Camaro
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Re: Hello from a '57 panel owner!
pan3lman #1411349 Tue May 25 2021 08:00 PM
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Trying to determine my next steps forward. I mean, it starts, it runs, it stops, what else do ya need? grin

I'm guessing that from a logical perspective, I need to start working on the brake lights and headlights next. I'm wondering if Motor Vehicle will let me get away with just having the light on the barn door as the actual brake light?


1957 Chevy Panel Truck, powered by SBC 350 from 1977 Camaro
Author, Bring CHANGE Into Your Life (a truly easy investment tool)
https://www.amazon.com/Bring-CHANGE-Into-truly-investment/dp/1077276869
Re: Hello from a '57 panel owner!
pan3lman #1413051 Tue Jun 08 2021 01:45 AM
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Went for a spin in the neighborhood tonight, this time with a new to me speedometer from 68ironhead. I now know that my truck can go 30 grin


1957 Chevy Panel Truck, powered by SBC 350 from 1977 Camaro
Author, Bring CHANGE Into Your Life (a truly easy investment tool)
https://www.amazon.com/Bring-CHANGE-Into-truly-investment/dp/1077276869
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