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    Lower Rpms

    The engine is a 327 with Edlebrock intake and carb with 3.73 rear end gears. I am turning about 5800 RPMs at 60 MPH. I know higher rear end gears will lower RPMs and have been told that getting a tr...

    58 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 years ago)

    Oil Pressure

    I seem to be losing oil pressure. When it is first started (cold) it will have about 25 psi at idle and 45-50 psi at 60mph. However, once it gets warm the oil pressure drops to 0-5 at idle and about...

    199 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 years ago)

    Locating A 1967 Malibu

    In 1969 I traded a two door hardtop 1967 Malibu (Tahoe Turquoise with black vinyl roof) in Ogden Utha for a 1970 Ford Maverick. For 41 years I have regreted trading that car and often thought of atte...

    124 views with 1 answer (last answer 6 years ago)

    Looking For Malabu

    Looking for 1967 Malabu with 327 automatic and 325 horsepower. I once owened such a car with Yellow body and Black cloth top.

    15 views with 1 answer (last answer 4 years ago)

    How Does The Positive Battery Cable Come Off The Starter Under The 283 Engi...

    My 67 Chev Malibu completely conked out. Power went dead. I'm guessing (due to the cable being on fire) that the positive lead from the battery (one of two leads that comes off the battery) goes under...

    485 views with 3 answers (last answer 4 years ago)