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Started by walter young Oct 13, 2014.
Started by jason deussen. Last reply by Keith Baumgarner May 18, 2014.
Started by Russell A. Sweet Jan 31, 2014.
Nice Red! Should make the control arms work freely, and last forever!
I've been busy working on many items, but have not been here in a bit to tell about them. Here is my latest. Roller bearing control arms by http://opentrackerracing.com/
See my entire gallery of project photos at http://redshost.com/gt350
Looky what I am doing...
Get the entire story HERE starting about 1/2 way down the page.
That really looks nice Vall. You'll have to let us know what, and when to look for when it comes out.
My little British Austin gasser I built in my backyard canopy was selected by a magazine for a feature article spread! Looks like it will be three pages, and the proof looked good, with just a few changes before it goes to print. Should actually be at the printer now.
That's a bummer! But it also sounds so much like many experiences I've had or heard about. Painting is one thing I've not done much of on my cars. I try to do all phases, and I do the bodywork and epoxy primer. But just haven't tried painting more than a panel, or hood.
Hello it has been a while since I have written anything about my 67 chevelle. My friend did 85% of the body work and after a year decided he was done working on it. I took it back home and installed a four point roll cage in it. I also finished putting in all of the dynamat and insulation. It is in 100% of the car. I found another guy who is supposed to be "The King" when it comes to paint and body. I am beginning to get very irritated on the time involved to paint my car.It now has been 1 year and 5 months since I sent it out for paint and body. It is supposed to be finished in May. Ha ha I will have to wait and see.
New parts are always good! Like Christmas again!
I got talked into helping a friend complete his pro street Camaro convertible. Not for free, as I value my time, but by the hour! The fab work on chassis is done already with a '67 427, super T10 4 speed, narrowed 12 bolt, tubbed and back halved with an Art Morrison 4 link, front tubular A arms, HD swaybars, and 4 wheel disc brakes.
I'm finishing up by replacing a rusted out dashboard, installing new wiring, all new gauges, all new lighting, new trim, setting the doors and front sheetmetal, and aligning it all. Shooting DP90 primer, and making up all the plumbing up. Then it's going up for sale, as he's lost interest after 10 years!
Got the 2.25" exhaust, Aluminum radiator, JBA shorty's Pertronix Ignitor III (to replace the II) and energy suspension bushings. More photos on my build page @ http://redshost.com/gt350/index.html Still need the car to put all this stuff on to.
More photos from the show at http://redshost.com/show/npd2015/index.html
I was also told that I may get my car (the body) back from the metal fabrication shop by the end of this month. WOOT!
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