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  1. Interiors Questions and Answers
    Hello All, I'm having trouble removing the stock speaker/power source from behind the dash. - I removed the clock and speaker bezel. - I removed the four small bolts that hold the speaker to the bracket. - I removed the four small bolts that hold the power source to the bracket. - I removed the...
  2. Stock Chevy Discussion 55-56-57
    Need some advice on best way to remove the Chevrolet script emblem on front of hood and on trunk. There are clips on them, tried prying them off but not any luck cause I'm afraid of breaking off the post... I know they don't screw off, so someone out there knows a trick or can give me some...
  3. Stock Chevy Discussion 55-56-57
    Is use of a torch the best (or only?) means of removing the forward (metal sleeved) bushings in classic chevy leaf springs? I attempted to do this with a press, but had no luck yesterday, so I'm waiting for my new bushings to arrive, and my plan is to leave them in the freezer over night, then...
  4. Interiors Questions and Answers
    I need to get access to the wiper motor on my recently acquired 57 chevy pickup. The truck still has the original radio in it. I pulled straight on the knobs thinking they would pull right off but they didn't budge and I didn't want to pull too hard on them. How do they come off? Thank you...
  5. Electrical Questions and Answers
    I am planning on removing my original Delco radio from my 1957 chevy to bench test it. I took a look under the dash and it is not wired to the fuse box. It is a non-push button AM radio and all the tubes appear to be there. How do I go about removing the radio from the dash? Do I have to...
  6. Stock Chevy Discussion 55-56-57
    :eek: HELP...need to know how to drop the oil pan on my 57 bel air / stock 283 ..has some steering components in the way that keeps the pan from dropping out....do these need removed or is there another way ? thanks for your help
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