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Question Differences in pedal assemblies over the years?

I pulled a "Nostatic" and hit a piece of debris on the interstate. It caved in the pedal box area and bent up the pedal assembly. I am looking for a used one and they are all from later cars (mine is 73 coupe). Anybody know if the only differnce is the clutch return spring? Is it a bolt in with the later return spring?

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Old 01-31-2004, 04:32 PM
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you gonna be around today??

I'll drop in and take a look...gimme a call.

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I have one from an early car if still in need.
It is freshly rebuilt with bronze bushings and new brake/clutch pedal pads.
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well guys...just wait till he posts pics...

holy crap...it's a big job...

basically the thing he hit bounced like a football under the car tearing 3" holes in the pan all the way back. Basically, the centerline of the drivers pan under the seat from the pedals to the back then over to the center of the car is destroyed and will have to be cut out. the pedal stamping that actually holds the pedals in place is kinked at 20 degrees. There is no more master cylinder or master cylinder hole.

i'm VERY GLAD and VERY surprised it only lightly dented the fuel tank, or we might not be talking with Mr. E. Lombard right now.

We can fix it.

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