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Old 02-10-2015, 10:59 PM   #1
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Default 67 that's been siting for a while.

Hello all. Trying to get my reply count up so I can see the pics. Also need info on what I should do. I have a 67 coupe, 200/6. It's been siting for over 8 yrs. not cranked. Besides changing the oil, what other things need to be done. Got a new battery. Was thinking I need to blow out the gas lines after I clean out the gas tank. This going to be a project car.
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Old 02-10-2015, 11:01 PM   #2
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As soon as I get some pics, I'll post them.

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I'll try to search the forums before I post.
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I wouldn't hurt to take the carb off and clean it thoroughly. Also, you may want to remove each spark plug, pour a little bit of mystery oil in each cylinder and turn I over by hand a few times.
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rebuild the carb.

install new fuel pump.

use oil with zddp like valvoline VR-1.

check points gap . . it should be .027".

suck on hose going to distributor . . if you can suck air you need a new vacuum diaphragm
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MB.....check that.....I did do just that. Poured some Marvel oil in the each of the cylinder holes...let sit over nite and then got on the crank with a breakin bar and turned the engine over. Will most likely do that again before I turn it over with a battery. A carb rebuild is in the plans.

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Will have to ck that vacuum diaphragm.
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