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Back window install by Stephen Sadler
Hey guys and gals, I have a 1976 corvette with T-tops I'm restoring. How is the back window held in? Is it just held in by the seal and the plastic rear window molding? Am I missing something??
December 21st 10 07:41 PM
by Dad[_1_] Go to last post
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Ticket for too fast for conditions by kevin logan
A car stopped in front of me on I96 i swerved to avoid it, lost control and wrecked my car on the shoulder. Michigan St. Police show up and write me a ticket for driving too fast for conditions. Conditions were clear and dry daytime and I was doing about 65 in a 70. Can I get out of the ticket...
December 9th 10 10:28 PM
by Hank[_8_] Go to last post
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C5 Replacement Tires by aRKay[_4_]
Goodyear Eagles need to be replaced and Discount Tire suggested the Michelin Pilot A/S run flats for my C5. Anybody tried them? The Goodyear Eagles are really noisy.
December 8th 10 09:15 PM
by aRKay[_4_] Go to last post
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'Stocking stuffer' for Christmas by pj
It's winter and my 'senior brain' is allowing keyless-entry fobs to be left in garment pockets rather than being hung on the hook in the kitchen. Now it's, "which coat did I have on when...." Or worse, "Dear may I borrow your keys." Someone might come up with a fob accessory. An inexpensive...
December 1st 10 02:49 AM
by Dad[_1_] Go to last post
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original factory brochures by SteveC[_3_]
This is a web-site featuring the original factory brochures for nearly every American car you have ever owned. Pick the manufacturer, the year and the model. Enjoy! http://www.lov2xlr8.no/broch1.html
November 28th 10 11:54 PM
by SteveC[_3_] Go to last post
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Misc New GM Corvette Parts FS by Pocono Pins
331817-18 1968-82 headlight bezels 80.00 pr. 914031 1980-82 tail lamps pair 100.00 912309-10 1975-79 Front turn signal lenses 100.00pr 914735-36 1980-82 Front cornering lights pr 100.00 3915847-48 1968-69 Front grill mldgs pr 90.00 3859067 Knock off wheel hammer 50.00 5964683-84 1970-72...
November 22nd 10 02:16 PM
by vette72 Go to last post
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Video - "New" 1964 Holman-Moody 427 Ford Fairlane taking a lap at Germany's Nürburgring by RoadRunner
Not a Chevy but still very nice! This is a video of one of the "new" 1964 Holman-Moody 427 Ford Fairlanes taking a lap at Germany's Nürburgring. Crank up your sound - its awesome! More pictures, info and pricing on page 2. http://www.craigboyce.com/w/2010/11/holman-moody-ford-at-nurburgring/
November 6th 10 03:46 PM
by RoadRunner Go to last post
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Finally Stopped the Battery Drain by Spud
After scratching my head and taking my 2008 Z06 to the Chevy dealer for dead batteries and having to reprogram various computers many times, I finally found the problem with the Vette. It's the Mild To Wild remote exhaust system I added to it. Ironically, I always removed the M2W when I...
November 4th 10 12:53 PM
by aRKay[_4_] Go to last post
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Interesting problem solved by chaniarts[_2_]
I've had this problem with my 94 for about 4-5 years now. It had a high speed miss. Running at 65 in 6th, when punching the gas it would stumble badly. it didn't happen very often, and downshifting first solved it, so it wasn't very pressing to fix. I took it in about 6 years ago for this, and...
November 3rd 10 12:33 AM
by chaniarts[_2_] Go to last post
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Corvett C6 ZR1 VS GT-R at Nurburgring by Spud
The Vette wins by two seconds: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jk4pP8UHkh4&feature=related
November 2nd 10 11:38 PM
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C5 FOB batt life? by pete
Used to get about a year out of batts. Now down to 9mos. Both FOBs die within a week of each other. Normal/usual? Or, is this symptomatic of impending car issue?
October 26th 10 09:59 PM
by kickstart Go to last post
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Has anyone had Vintage Air (a/c) added to their Corvette ? by [email protected][_2_]
Im wondering how well it cools, whether you have tinted windows or not, its reliability, and how often youve had to recharge it ? Im impressed with how factory it looks inside and under the hood. Thanks.
October 13th 10 12:36 PM
by kickstart Go to last post
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94 turn signal problem by chaniarts[_2_]
when i turn on the left signal, everything is correct. when using the right signal, the stop doesn't appear to hold the stalk in the turn position anymore. is the a problem with the switch itself (requiring major dismantling of the steering column from what it looks like in the service manual),...
October 7th 10 09:46 PM
by chaniarts[_2_] Go to last post
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FS: 2007 Muscle Car Garage "1970 Corvette" Belt Watch in Original Packaging by Tester[_2_]
On Sun, 26 Sep 2010 07:05:35 -0400, "j. r. sinclair" > wrote: >2007 Muscle Car Garage "1970 Corvette" Belt Watch in Original Packaging > > >I have for sale the 2007 Muscle Car Garage "1970 Corvette" Belt Watch in >Original Packaging. The outer casing is made of polished steel, is...
October 5th 10 07:37 AM
by Tester[_2_] Go to last post
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How You Know Your C5 is OLD by aRKay[_4_]
Look at the pump icon on the fuel gage and notice which side the hose is attached. Mine shows the hose on the right but the gas cap in on the left in C5. I wonder when GM updated the icon to show the correct locations of the gas cap?
September 26th 10 01:37 AM
by Clams Canino Go to last post
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How quickly we forget by Dad[_1_]
DOH, what was I thinking the, C2, C3, & C4 has a fuel filler in the middle. I'm sure GM finally put it on the side to keep from confusing drivers when they check the "Best kept auto secret" for filler door location. That way they would find it quicker after going from side to side trying to...
September 23rd 10 04:51 PM
by Dad[_1_] Go to last post
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Example of Good GM Design :-( by aRKay[_4_]
The battery in my 2001 C5 died and that's okay as it was almost 3 years old. I had a heck of a time removing the side terminals because GM left little or no space to remove side terminals. My only small 8 mm open end wrench slipped out of my hand and dropped in slot in the bottom of the...
September 7th 10 12:57 PM
by asianinkjet Go to last post
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Want To Buy: 1965 Corvette Convertible Silver with Red Interior. by ME
I am located in Atlanta, GA. Let me know what you have. Jack
September 5th 10 03:05 AM
by ME Go to last post
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STL C3 Sharks corvette club by 01 C5
Hi, May 16th was the Sixth annual C3 Sharks auto show. The St Louis C3 Sharks have only one restriction, you must have a C3. ('68-'82) The weather was gloomy with the threat of rain, so the turn out was small, but every shark that did show was nice and a potential show winner.
August 24th 10 02:25 AM
by Clams Canino Go to last post
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Expensive Repair in Process by aRKay[_4_]
After two dead batteries on my 2001 Coupe it was taken to the dealer on a flat bed truck. The first report is BCM (Body Control Module) is drawing 4 amp and that is what is killing the batteries. The big unknown at the dealership is to find and understand what circuit is shorted. Just...
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August 10th 10 11:30 PM
by aRKay[_4_] Go to last post
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