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Old 12-11-2005, 01:28 PM
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is this the right donor for the volare ifs?

Guy does not know what year it is 8?
I want to do the ifs option 3 from the tech articles for a 53 f-100
http://www.ford-trucks.com/article/i...art_Three.html

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So the question is;

Is it one of these?

F-body ? 1976 - 1980 Volare, Aspen, Roadrunner R/T
J-body ? 1980 - 1983 Cordoba, Mirada, Imperial
M-body ? generally 1977 ? 1989, see below
Caravelle (Canadian Plymouth model) 1977-1981
Lebaron 1977 - 1981
New Yorker 1982
New Yorker 5th Ave 1983 ? 1987
5th Ave. 1988 ? 1989
Diplomat 1977 ? 1989
Town & Country ? 1977 - 1981
Gran Fury 1982 ? 1989

Can't help you. Don't even know what model is in your picture.

You might try taking that picture to one of the big Mopar sites and getting somone there to ID it for you. ..

Most cars had the year embossed on the taillights in small print...

Sorry, can't help.

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Old 12-11-2005, 02:30 PM
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You might also get the VIN off of it and post on a mopar site. The VIN will identify the year.
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Gary,

If you end up getting the suspension off this thing, try to get;

Master cylinder and booster
proportioning valve
brake pedal assembly
wheels (to roll your project around on for the next few years. The wheels will
also fit a Ford 9" with 5 X 4.5 bolt pattern)
maybe even the steering column (this one isn't too important though)

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Old 12-11-2005, 05:27 PM
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Sorry the sellers information did add that it was a new yorker year 198?
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I do believe thats a "K" Body close to 1990 and should be a front wheel drive.
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If I remember the car pictured is too new.
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4tl8, you win the prize. It is a FWD indeed. The same car sits in my neighbors drive and I work on it at times. Sane color even. Good call man.
Gary E, buy it, put it in and let us follow along. You could be the next hero. Just kiddin'
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4tl8, you win the prize. It is a FWD indeed. The same car sits in my neighbors drive and I work on it at times. Sane color even. Good call man.
Gary E, buy it, put it in and let us follow along. You could be the next hero. Just kiddin'
Of course I win the prize! My Wife drive a 91 Lebaron, just didn't want to admit it. (She brought it with Her.)
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So the question is;

Is it one of these?

F-body ? 1976 - 1980 Volare, Aspen, Roadrunner R/T
J-body ? 1980 - 1983 Cordoba, Mirada, Imperial
M-body ? generally 1977 ? 1989, see below
Caravelle (Canadian Plymouth model) 1977-1981
Lebaron 1977 - 1981
New Yorker 1982
New Yorker 5th Ave 1983 ? 1987
5th Ave. 1988 ? 1989
Diplomat 1977 ? 1989
Town & Country ? 1977 - 1981
Gran Fury 1982 ? 1989

Can't help you. Don't even know what model is in your picture.

You might try taking that picture to one of the big Mopar sites and getting somone there to ID it for you. ..

Most cars had the year embossed on the taillights in small print...

Sorry, can't help.

Willl all these cars have the 5x4.5 bolt pattern??
Still cant find steelies wih this pattern
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I don't see anything on that list that would not have the 5x4.5 pattern. It should be a very easy pattern to find since both Ford and Chrysler used it.
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Guy does not know what year it is 8?
I want to do the ifs option 3 from the tech articles for a 53 f-100
Front Suspension Alternatives for 1948 - 1960 Ford Trucks, Part Three .: Articles

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too bad u are so far away.. I have a good condition volare clip, removed from a 56.

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Original post was started 6 years ago, he may very well be done this project by now!
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Original post was started 6 years ago, he may very well be done this project by now!
Good call, here's the link to his gallery of the install, Noticed your in direct competition with Morris for number of posts, you've been very busy were you a Mod at one time?

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