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Old 06-28-2014, 02:48 PM
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Yes the engine does turn over ,have not tried to start it since it does not have provisions fot fuel pump ,not drilled so I will have to run an electric,

I have turned the engine to install the distrubitor,,and I can put transmission in neutral and drive shaft turns easy,but when I put transmission in gear driveshaft will not turn,i can hold in the clutch in and put a 24in pipe wrench on drive shaft and it will Not turn with clutch pushed down ..I am down to thinking the flywheel bolts are to long,the heads not the bolt they are ARP 12 point they are really the only change I have made before the problem veside flywheel which the engine had a flexplate and the 72 flywheel has a different bolt pattern ,can go with original bolts they are SAE and this engine is Metric,????
OK, This is a long shot but suppose hub of the clutch disk was interfering with the throw out bearing and it could not travel far enough to release the pressure plate...Incorrect clutch disc or in backwards??

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WOW !! Hope no one was in that,
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OK, This is a long shot but suppose hub of the clutch disk was interfering with the throw out bearing and it could not travel far enough to release the pressure plate...Incorrect clutch disc or in backwards??
I will answer on other site ,,would not want to upset the guy with the Ice Cream truck.
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Just after UPS started using some of the new Dodge Sprinters I happened to be in town when a Tractor with a Low Boy went by with a UPS Sprinter tied down on it. The van looked just about like the flattened car in the photo. I was talking to my driver about it and he told me that the van was moving when the tree fell and it crushed about three feet behind the driver! Fortunately he wasn't injured. I'll bet his shorts were a little browner than usual!

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Found this on CL

For sale is a very unique, and well built Custom Fiberglass Roadster. It is built on a 1974 VW convertible
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Good use of a Super Beetle.
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That goes under the heading of "HOLY CRAP that was a ton of really nice work"! Politely leaving out any mention of what it looks like.

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a very unique, and well built Custom Fiberglass Roadster.
It's.... Ummmm.... Interesting
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Interesting as to why only 1 cooling duct for the engine ,could have used a dummy on the other side ,,just me but I like it,
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I saw this on my wife and my evening walk tonight.

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I saw this on my wife and my evening walk tonight.

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You just never know when you might need a super hero!

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You saw that on your wife? Was she hurt?
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With enough time ,you can ????
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