Hello everyone! First off very nice forum with a lot of member that are willing to help.
I picked up a 66 Impala that in 94 had a full frame off restoration. It is a non matching numbers car, but still my baby. 327 with 3 on the tree.
Today I noticed that the heater core was leaking so i figure I might as well sign up instead of lurking.
It is a garage queen, so I will prob just plan on blocking off the heater core until I have time to fix it. I still try to drive it once every two weeks to a weekly show, just to hang out with everyone.
I hope to meet some Denver folks (if there are any) and provide any help if i can.
Here are some pics...
Being towed home
I have the stock radio also, this one came with the car.
If you have a leaky heater core and choose to just bypass it for now I would suggest you take some precautions in the interim. After you disconnect/bypass the core I would suggest you flush out the core with a garden hose to get all the antifreeze out of it then blow out the water with compressed air.
If you leave the heater core filled with coolant it will continue to drip and soak the carpet. This will eventually corode you floor pan.
I would also pull up your carpet and inspect the current condition.
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