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[ATTACH] Pic of my restored 70 pump.
Well it looks like Delco actually called it a 70.5 in its service bulletin dated Feb. 1970. ..( but I refuse to!)
Sad part is that he was a military man!!!
What happened to honor and integrity???
Or....WHO,....is the original wing nut?
The NOS set I have we're used for the 3D scan. They will eventually be used as a reference to gauge quality for production pieces, if and when it...
Unfortunately, cost vs. sales projections have put the project on hold...being a one-year only part, the numbers aren't looking real...
I was pretty successful with bead blasting and zinc phosphate coating the hood release and drop links (I know they should be raw) using Palmetto...
Chuck, in regards to hood springs...
Would early NOS springs be an accurate reference for factory plating?
Second that!.....and some people are even more picky than I am.
Here a great "how to" video from fella that credits the Nasty site.... Plating hardware on his 72 using Palmetto Enterprize zinc and manganese...
That is flowjoe!
289 and 290 for 1970 on mine.
Thanks for the link...now I just need to locate similar hardware. Devil is in the details!