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Coolant overflow bottle
Douglas Sutherland <pluckedchickens@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 10:14PM

I am considering installing one of these on my '64 Sport Fury.
What year were these introduced on Mopar B-bodies?
Will that bottle work in our cars?
If not, is there is an aftermarket ...more
JimJablonski <groovinjim@xxxxxxx>: Dec 29 02:58PM -0800

Hi Doug,
I wasn't worried about stock replacement so I used this one from Summit
Racing. Not gaudy chrome, billet, etc. at all in my view:
Richard Kinsley <leroar.kinsley058@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 06:26PM -0600

I got a generic plastic bottle set up from O'Reillys and have it mounted of
to the side and ahead of the radiator. Works great , out of the way and
cheap. Has a nice mounting cage. ...more
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 06:55PM -0600

I'm guessing 1966.
Discrete aftermarket, as described by several members. Or rummage through a junkyard and see what you find.
With the overflow bottle you may need a different radiator cap, I ...more
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push button cables 63 / 65
Christopher Kroncke <g2c808@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 28 05:56PM -0800

Aloha, Just got a set of cables from a 65 Coronet center console auto ,
Need to know if they will fit my 63 Plymouth Sport Fury, Push button auto.
They look a little short , just need some ...more
tothperformance@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: Dec 28 10:04PM -0500

They won't fit you are correct they are short. You need a set from a push button car, Imperial Industries has new ones.
----- Original Message -----
From: Christopher Kroncke <g2c808@xxxxxxxxx> ...more
Christopher Kroncke <g2c808@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 28 05:15PM -1000

Mahalo's, Wishful thinking I guess. New ones are @ $500. . I got these
for $150. Just my luck. Thanks for the help, C
Christopher Kroncke <g2c808@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 09:57AM -0800

Well , I have a set if anybody needs for their 65 Coronet . Mahalo for the
info , C
On Monday, December 28, 2015 at 3:56:31 PM UTC-10, Christopher Kroncke
Bill M <y1topbanana73@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 01:04PM -0500

Also...keep in mind that the connection to the rooster comb in the
transmission, the rooster comb, and the neutral safety switch are all
DIFFERENT between a push button and a 65 ...more
Christopher Kroncke <g2c808@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 10:19AM -0800

Wow, I did not know that. I was told they were he same. I am so glad the I
asked b4 I took my car apart . So does anybody know where's the best place
to buy a set of cables for my 63 ?
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 02:12PM -0600

Source? Used cables or a distributor of Imperial Services' new repro cables; Joe Suchy for example.
Gary H.
Steve Charette <stevec@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 02:39PM -0800

Hi Chris,
On Monday, December 28, 2015 at 8:56:31 PM UTC-5, Christopher Kroncke wrote:
Steve Charette <stevec@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 02:43PM -0800

Hi Chris, as others mentioned, the cables need to be for a '62-64
pushbutton car... cables are generally interchangeable within each group
(Pushbutton, Console, and Column) as long as you can find ...more
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65 Monaco
"Bob Faunce" <bobsbelvedere@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 09:48AM -0500

Hi guys. What do you think about price, condition and work needed?

The seller also says the following "Body is in good shape, paint is ...more
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 09:13AM -0600

It looks like a high #4 or a #3 condition car. #4 would be around $3000 and #3 around $7000 per one guide. So between those is my guess for price.
The C-body Mopars are great cars. ...more
Doug <dougdaniel50@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 08:31PM

i have 2 for sale ,,,you can get them both for 8500.00 and lots of extra parts ,,although that one is in very good shape ,mine are restorible or drivers 

From: Bob Faunce ...more
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65 Coronet Heater System Flow
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 09:19AM -0600

My understanding is the heater core itself is a mini radiator so it would not care how the liquid went through it. If you have disconnected both heater hoses and tried to force liquid through the core ...more
Bill M <y1topbanana73@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 01:06PM -0500

The only flowing one way thing is strange considering everything is new.
I"m just hoping that I don't have to pull the whole unit back out of the
car. What a PITA!
Bill M
65 Coronet 500 'vert ...more
<62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 02:26PM -0600

Yes it is a complete pain to get to the heater core! All new? That should eliminate a blocked heater core.
Technically I recall the hose connection nearest to the driver's side goes to the ...more
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383 Mopar vs 383 Chevy
"dennis.1963ply" <dennis.1963ply@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 28 06:11PM -0800

I suspect some of you have already seen this:
Dennis C.
PallCon Services <pallconservices@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 28 09:29PM -0500

Thanks for sharing
The video says it all
David E. Blosser
Cory Rempel <Cory_383@xxxxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 08:55AM

Any idea what the cost difference was?? I'm guessing the Mopar was substantially less.
From: 1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ...more
D J <djohn14296@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 09:36AM

On Tuesday, December 29, 2015 3:55 AM, Cory Rempel <Cory_383@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

#yiv3630197407 #yiv3630197407 -- P {margin-top:0;margin-bottom:0;}#yiv3630197407 Any idea what ...more
JimJablonski <groovinjim@xxxxxxx>: Dec 29 08:03AM -0800

Put those numbers into 60 foot time perspective and the results aren't even
close. Love those flat torque curves!
Vito Marchese <marchese_v@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 04:25PM

ah, no 

From: Cory Rempel <Cory_383@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" <1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, December 29, 2015 2:55 AM ...more
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December's Mopar of the Month
JimJablonski <groovinjim@xxxxxxx>: Dec 29 08:02AM -0800

Thanks fellas!
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More Steering gear
Doug J <63sprtfury@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 28 07:20PM -0600

Hi all,
Does anyone know what size wrench is needed to remove the big nut on the
pitman arm? I'm thinking 1 5/16 or 1 3/8 ? I have a 1 1/4 on hand, and
then jump to 1 1/2. Easier to know when I ...more
patrick miller <patrickmiller1234@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 29 02:50AM

I have used 1 5/16 socket in the past
On Monday, December 28, 2015 8:20 PM, Doug J <63sprtfury@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi all,
Does anyone know what size wrench is needed to remove the big ...more
Doug J <63sprtfury@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 28 09:13PM -0600

Thanks. That was my guess.
On Mon, Dec 28, 2015 at 8:50 PM, 'patrick miller' via The 1962 to 1965
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welcome new member
gto64gto@xxxxxxxx: Dec 24 04:00PM -0500

On Thu, 24 Dec 2015 15:33:08 +0000
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