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Old 06-14-1999, 07:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
cszon
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Default torque boxes

i need to replace the torque boxes on my 68 fastback. What type of boxes are good replacements to get, what should i expect to pay for a good installation job, what can i do myself to prep the job and lessen the costs? thanks

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