<VV> Two Impeccables

hallgrenn at aol.com hallgrenn at aol.com
Mon Jan 19 17:05:21 EST 2015

Thanks Smitty.  As it was supposed to be a '63 Rampside I kind of thought someone might tell me that the late '63s could have had the '64 car differential case.  They are still great looking restorations that I'd be happy to call mine if the budget and garage allowed.  
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From: hallgrenn---
Looks like the Rampside has a '64 differential (with the saddle relief for 
the transverse leaf spring/compensator).  But I'd still life to have them 
Smitty Says, Bob I'm sure there are plenty of folks sitting on the edge of 
their chairs ready to tell me how wrong I am.  But I think you will find 
that GM used parts from the standard vehicles when possible.  (the standard 
Diff case for 64).  Never had one so I don't know for sure but I think they 
used 65 diff cases with a hole bored for the Early speedo drive in 65 FCs. 
There has been some controversy about if the holes for the lateral links 
were even drilled or not in that case but the bosses for mounting it in a 
car were there.
In any event, for a fact they used 64 car cases in the 64 FCs

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