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Old 07-09-2013, 05:56 PM   #8
Grizz1963
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Re: Grizz's Redneck Express 1966 Chevy Short Fleetside BILLYBOB

I will ask this question here and in the general section.


The truck came with the 350 badges on the side.

According to the paperwork it has a 327, not a 350...... who knows how to tell the difference from the outside, because I don't.

When I repaint the truck these badges have to go, unless they are original and need to be on a 66 truck.

So the question I guess is: Are these badges original, or can I remove themand weld up the holes when the time comes?





PS: I also need to grease up the truck before I take it on a long trip, just to have a baseline of work done.

Is there a clear diagram of where all the grease points are on the truck that anyone can post on here please ?

Thanks as always for your help and advice.
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