« Last post by Driver79 on March 08, 2014, 08:13:46 PM »
I'm shocked that it was all stock.
« Last post by RENOVATIONS on March 08, 2014, 08:05:33 PM »
Most any auto parts store can order them. Spectra makes a good repro tank..with and without filler neck. Sending units are typically sold separately.
1.47-1.50 60 foot however my best 60's did not make the best et's I run 1.50-1.51's pretty consistent off the foot brake
Ok, thanks for the info. Im going to try and make my own since the tops and frame are basically molds, and pour liquid latex rubber in it.
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I have a super nice 71 Catalina police enforcer for sale. It has 33k original miles on it. If you have any questions please message me.
« Last post by BAMA TA on March 08, 2014, 05:36:48 PM »
I looking to replace my tank, fuel sending unit and filler neck all at once. Who makes the best quality tank and
does it include the sending unit already installed along with the filler neck?
Someone once told me that the engine sound in Smokey and the Bandit was not from the actual cars driven in the scenes.
Can anyone elaborate on this?
Reason I ask is because I am planning the sound of my ´78 project.
I want it to sound deep and growling, but with a sense of european sportscar V8. I think the car in the movie sounds pretty much like this description.
I dont mean to condescent the guys that are running the big brand mufflers, but I dont want the car to sound like all the other cars at the carshow.
Does anyone know what kind of exhaust setup made the engine sound in the movie?
Did a stock TA with y-pipe, catalytic converter and single exhaust really sound as bad as in the movie?