Remember way back when, when I said that I blew the tranny in my truck and were going to try rebuilding it instead? Link
I’ve been driving my new Saab now for a couple of months now and it’s been great.
I just finished up with painting the main body of the firebird and holy shit did it turn out way better than expected!
The paint process is moving along nicely and got around to painting the firewall and interior space black
days weeks months of hard work primer is finally on the Firebird body.
How hard would you say it is for someone who’s never done it before?
GOD IS THIS THING HUGE! But damm it feels so good cruising around in it.
Anyone got any good tips on how to remove this goddam f**kin weatherstrip in the trunk?! It just refuses to get off in one piece and the residue left behind after you tear the thing in half isn’t much better...
Myself am experiencing the Polish pride called Zubr. Tastes alright, but nothing too special, but hey it was cheap!
I’ve been making really good progress on my project car for the last couple of weeks and it looks like a day for laying on some new paint is finally in sight.
Unfortunately it’s not a case of just throwing some paint on it.
So I’ve gotten a lot done on my car recerecently. Mainly rust repairing but also something I’ve wanted to for a long time; converting from the big 75-81 rear window to the smaller 70-74 one.
Swiss cheese that is. Not my favorite exactly.
A couple of years ago I bought an engine:
I mean was quality control non-existent in the 70's?! I’ve never seen I firewall on a firebird/camaro that is this bad.
Just because the truck is almost 50 years old doesn’t mean it doesn’t have to pull its on weight.
Hello Oppo, I haven’t done much posting in the last 3-4 years. That is because i’ve been very busy working most of that time (and that I haven’t really felt I’d have anything to write about).
Seen at a car show in Rapid City about a month ago.
Sup Oppo? Been a long time since I posted something on here but I’ve been lurking in the dark for quite some time now I thought now might be a good time to step back into the light.
Remember when cars where fun and affordable? When big tires, lumpy cams and something protruding from the hood was TUFF and not at all considered tacky? Before the days of over-restored, date coded, numbers matching, museum quality investment pieces that they are now? The boring, dust collections sitting in climate…