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Old 01-07-2013, 08:00 PM
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Ok, what is this?

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I dont have it anymore its in a corvette musem in Marietta Ga, wish i could tell you the story ,But some would complain about wrong site
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Ok, what is this?

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Free pen?
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Ok, what is this?

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a vacum reserve for power brakes on a 56 plymonth
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:17 PM
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a vacum reserve for power brakes on a 56 plymonth
Crap, it's your floor.


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That sir is a water reserve tank from a 1875 steam powered horesless carriage..

Or it could be an over flow tank of some sort from a freaking prototype Chrysler........
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go again Martian i only knew because its the same on my 56 desoto
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That's ok, you got it fair and square, hit us with your best shot.

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Someone go for it ,i am trying to put some pictures for attached photo for better questions
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What is different about this Corvette from your average 63-67 Vette? No generic answer, there is a very well known name for the difference.

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from thr rear panel it is a z06 opyion / looks like rear engine but i think the raised tunnel is for the filler neck on a 36 gallon race tank
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just noticed seats are 65 could be a maco,since z06 was 63 omly ,but newer cars offer that designation but not the sane
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Wild guess......Is that one of those 'Tanker' Vettes ?
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Wild guess......Is that one of those 'Tanker' Vettes ?
Joe did you do the wood grain ,great y block
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from thr rear panel it is a z06 opyion / looks like rear engine but i think the raised tunnel is for the filler neck on a 36 gallon race tank
Yep, you got it, now it's your floor, try and stump us!

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