<VV> What the Heck are Those Things?
contactsmu at sbcglobal.net
Tue Jul 4 16:29:14 EDT 2006
OK, that begs the question, why would they only be needed in the
convertibles? Is it because body stiffness is reduced by taking the
I've also heard that the late sedan body is stiffer than the late
coupe, but because the opening for the doors (all four combined) is
larger in the sedan, it seems somewhat illogical.
Hoping it's true anyway.
Mid prod. #18732 -1965 Monza sedan 110 (Teardown III after an oil
pressure check determines that there is still debris from the first
meltdown present in the engine)
Sierra Tan, originally (currently Copper) - Saddle, zero rust, PG, A/C,
original AM/FM, clock, tint, oil bath air filter, vertical bumper
guards, w/ 77K (and continuing to hold)
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