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Old 10-10-2011, 07:18 PM
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64 barracuda master cylinder

Hi, i have a 64 cuda and i am looking to get a new master cylinder but i dont know where to get one, everywhere i go they cannot find one for my car.
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I have had good luck at NAPA for the older stuff.
I got brakes and stuff for a 1954 Ford pickup there. Took 2 days but I got them
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Napa has at least three different re-manufactured master cylinders and one new one to choose from. Check their on line store, but look up Valiant not Barracuda.

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NAPA United #36218 (New) with Power Brakes


NAPA United #34330 (New) with Manual Brakes

The reman ones (here in Canada) are "True-Stop" brand,
P/N's
10-36706 (Power)
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10-43207 (Manual)

But I'm not sure if they use the same remanufacturer in the US.
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