I ran across a couple of lower airdams recently. Now I know 69's have them. One of them was a little narrower, I presume it is for a 68 or 67. Do you guys know if 67 and 68 had them on the cars? it looks almost exactly the same as the 69 dam.
69 Firebird Convertible (wifes car since 1979) Goldenrod Yellow, 350, plain Jane Car was stored in garage since 1990
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Yes, supposedly only 4 speed cars and cars with A/C, but I have two 350 A/T cars without air that had them. So not always a rhyme or reason. And yes, the 7's and 8's are narrower than the '69's.
I used to be indecisive. Now I'm not sure. I feel like I am diagonally parked in a parallel universe. 1968 400 convertible (Scarlet) 1968 400 coupe - R/A clone (Blue Pearl) (for sale) 1968 350 - 4 speed 'vert - 400 clone (the beast!) 1968 350 convertible - Wife's car now- 400 clone (Aleutian Blue) (Blue Angel) 1967 326 convertible - Sold 2008 Durango - winter beater 1980 T/A SE Bandit - Sold 2008 GXP - New one from NH is AWESOME! 2017 Durango Citadel - Modern is nice! HEMI is amazing! 1976 T/A - 455, 4 spd. Newest hatchling in the nest.
The lower air dams are part of the extra cooling package that included the upper "block off plates" that help channel air through the grill and straight into the radiator area. All 1st Gen 400 and A/C cars had them along with drivetrain/option combos the engineers felt would run hot,especially if ordered for a warm climate area.
1967 FB 400, original CA car (smog), now 455, soon to be out of Paint Jail 2006 Mustang V6 Pony, factory ordered, retirement cruiser and future classic(?) 2019 BMW X3 (Titled to the wife, but I'm always driving it for her. So I'm claiming it) Old projects, gone but not forgotten: 1980 Turbo Trans Am 1970 Mustang fastback, 351C 4Bbl, auto 1988 Mustang GT, 5 speed 1983 F-150 4x4, built 302 1994 Chevy K2500 HD 4x4, 454 TBI
I bought a HO350 69 w/3 spd non air w/3.55 rear in 1976 that came with the air dam but without the upper block off plates. Note: It also came with the 3/8” fuel line from the sending unit and the1/4” vapor return line.