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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-02-2012, 06:34 AM Thread Starter
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new with 64 bel air

I just got this 64 bel air and it's someone elses project and you guys know how that goes.

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Looks nice and solid platform for you to improve upon it. Already bagged, hope they did that right.
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Cool. What are your plans for her?

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Even if they didn't do it right,.the 64 is the king of lowriders because of its X frame design
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It's not done right from what I've read. The air ride in it now is a two into one system so the right front and the left front are controlled by the same set of valves. I've got a couple of plans first and foremost is new air ride system from ride tech so all the old stuff will be taken off then I'll change out the transmission I think to a 700R i just want to cruise to shows an work and stuff any transmission suggestions it's got a "383" 350 and a two speed automatic transmission the first speed shifts really early. Thanks for all the great comments guys
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