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About 7tonemonte

Dues paying 10+ years
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    Its Sooooo GREEN!!
  • Birthday 12/11/1970

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    http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2621328

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Chester County Pa.
  • Interests
    G.M. Muscle! Restoring old rusty relics. Occasional cruise nights, Hitting some of the car shows with or without Monte, and taking any quality time with the family I can get!
  • Legal Name
    Tony
  • Occupation
    Auto painter

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  1. Wow that’s awesome. It really is a great picture with the color of my car and Jacks right next to it.
  2. Congrats on the new home!! Best of luck with it That should keep you busy for a while too!!
  3. I used AuVeCo part # 8400 worked perfectly . Its a plastic clip instead of a metal one, so no worry of it scuffing the paint then rusting. I used to keep a few boxes around for members but I cant find any more in my garage or Id send some out. https://www.auveco.com/universal-moulding-fastener-nylon-8400
  4. I claimed a Queen/Queen suite also Rob. Hopefully they get it correct for me this year. I have an email in to Haley now, waiting for a reply
  5. CarsInc is who did mine. At the time they were the only ones producing the cloth covers. I have heard nothing but great reviews on Legendary stuff also now that they are making them. About double the cost of vinyl, but I wanted to go with cloth as that's what was in my car originally, that being said, the cloth and sandlewood color is not very user friendly. I probably should have done vinyl just for cleaning ease!
  6. Rage Extreme is what I used when I did my car, and its still pretty popular. Very few pinholes, and easy to sand. No shrinking back after over 10 years. We used it at most of the body shops I worked at
  7. That’s the size of mine, sorry I didn’t specify. I only know the difference it made over stock with my car and it was significant , but bigger ones may be even better.
  8. Jim, I can tell you that after updating the rear stuff on my car, it put a lot of emphasis on how bad the front was! I spoke with the guys at UMI at Carlisle a few years back about it, they suggested starting with a front sway bar, then upgrade the shocks. If I still wanted more, then go on to the springs, A arms and changing spindles and all last. I went with UMI front sway bar and that alone made a remarkable difference over stock. I had redone the entire front end with stock stuff back when I did the car, but that swaybar change was huge.
  9. Welcome Sully! I’m not far from you in Chester County. Have to get together sometime.
  10. Good idea On The thread Rob! We were home early as we split early, Alli had a nice pleasant drive home in the Monte, I kept her visible in the rear view! About a 2 hour ride home, we have it easy compared to a lot from Carlisle. Home before 10:30. 🤣
  11. That could have been real bad Larry, glad no one was hurt and no property damages.
  12. I will be there on Friday for the day Willie. Took the day off to stroll the hills at Carlisle!
  13. I did the same as Kevin, easier than it sounds really
  14. Odd, my 71 didnt have it on my pad, and Im sure that was original
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