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Old 10-28-2002, 03:48 PM
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Red face Suspension for 40 chevy

Can anyone tell me where in pennsylvania I might find a MustangII, pinto or bobcat front end?
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mother nature has reclaimed most of them.
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DeNaples salvage, Scranton - Dunmore area. (could be DiNaples) You can see that big yard from I-81. Tons of cool stuff. I think it is the Drinker St. Exit. I used to get lots of Rambler parts there, and the yard is on the remains of coal mines, no mud or cars sunk into the ground destroying the undercarriages.
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My advice regarding a front suspension is to order a heidts IFS package, I just installed one in my 1940 Chevy pick up. what a defference it made and not all that hard to install.
well worth the cost!
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I agree with the above. Just did one in my 49 from TCI. Fit very well and was easy. Plus came with a power rack and 11 inch GM brakes. when you get one from the bone yard you will have to rebuild it and do all the work to make it fit right if you can get it to fit right. Those kits are all made to fit your particular car or truck. So it its well worth the money. TCI is a good one. Heits is probably better I now thier service is probably better but they cost a lot more. Let us know what you do!

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