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This bracket holds the speedometer cable and brake line to the left inner fender well on 1966-1970 B-Body cars. Made from stainless steel for longevity and appears as the original zinc finish. Comes with correct mounting screw.

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Webpage Created 08/03/07
Webpage Updated 09/03/07
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Username black74 (4)User has feedback score under 5
Name jason edgar
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i have been restoring a challenger for the last 8 months and it is slow going and plenty of $$$$, but enjoying it..
whether it ends up with a stroker small block ,440 or hemi remains to be seen, but i guess it is only ever a matter of money.
i hope to have it painted in a couple of months.....

p.s. if anyone has a 392 or 426 for sale i may be interested.

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purple challenger
it still looks like a long way off i know......

but it will be worth it.

unfortunately the photos will not upload because they are more than 300kb.
i will endeavor to fix this.
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