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  1. Hi Dodgeb4ya. Couple months ago I bought a 51 Coronet. Tried for a couple months to get the engine to move with some methods read here with no luck. So I wanted to thank you for the trick of driving the dowel pins into the bellhousing. This is gonna make it much easier getting the clutch off. I'm a rookie. Thanks

  2. Thanks for the helpful advice. I will go slow. After I get the manual I'll take the front clip off.
  3. Thank you I've ordered one up. I've been wondering if I should take the front clip off to pull this motor or leave it on. The manual is going to be a big help.
  4. Hi. I'm new to both posting on forums and working on flathead. I'm a shade tree mechanic but got something to tinker with when I retire. I just bought a 51 Coronet with a siezed 230. # 6 was full of corrosion and has a hole in the top of the piston. Could it have just rusted thru? What would be the best manual to pick up for this project? Thanks for your time.
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