my old B-bodies

Sep 2, 2018
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thought I'd share some pics of my old 9c1's, or as I liked to call them, "poor man's SS's" :p

1992- "Moby" ex small town chief's car... carpet,cloth rear seat, and no holes drilled for light bar or antenna. 350 TBI
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1995- "19959c1SS" factory purple pearl metallic, LT1, detective's car from the coast of NC (at least that's what the officer's buisness card said ) cloth rear seat, carpet, no drilled holes for light bar... also found a fully loaded M16 magazine under the seat... detective it said????:unsure:
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wish I hadn't sold either of them, but sold Moby to get the LT1, and sold the LT1 only due to the heat not working(even going through the entire heat system 3 times):cry:. wish I still had some pics of my old 74 2 dr, that car is what sealed my love for these big girls!
 

rwd_pete

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Sep 5, 2018
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thought I'd share some pics of my old 9c1's, or as I liked to call them, "poor man's SS's" :p

1992- "Moby" ex small town chief's car... carpet,cloth rear seat, and no holes drilled for light bar or antenna. 350 TBI
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1995- "19959c1SS" factory purple pearl metallic, LT1, detective's car from the coast of NC (at least that's what the officer's buisness card said ) cloth rear seat, carpet, no drilled holes for light bar... also found a fully loaded M16 magazine under the seat... detective it said????:unsure:
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wish I hadn't sold either of them, but sold Moby to get the LT1, and sold the LT1 only due to the heat not working(even going through the entire heat system 3 times):cry:. wish I still had some pics of my old 74 2 dr, that car is what sealed my love for these big girls!
I think there is a T in the cooling system heater hose that leads to the plastic coolant top up tank. There is a flow restrictor in the T. Sometimes they breakdown and shutoff the flow.
Pete
 
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Sep 2, 2018
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G'boro NC
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pete, that was one of the first things I checked.... along with replacing the heater core,twice, and reverse flushing several times... heat would work sporadically, but a cold winter, and several 20* drives to work sealed it's fate.....
 

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