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1967 pontiac progress


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hey guys im making a new post because i could not find the old one even when i searched my name well here is what i got done in the past week or soo


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-- Edited by jonathanD on Monday 11th of October 2010 09:12:13 PM

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-- Edited by jonathanD on Saturday 15th of January 2011 12:31:09 PM

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Well done! Bust any knuckles?!

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wow Jonathan !! good for you , your getting there, and thanks to your parents for supporting you and the challenge.

Good things will come from this , no better way to get educated than jumping in with both feet!

I did my first engine swap by myself on a dirt floor with a trouble light in the middle of a cold Saskatchewan winter...ahh the education !

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Looking good Jonathan. Whats next ?  Sandblast the frame ? 

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there WAS a time i would have been that brave to swim into
that kinda job in the driveway,

Good for you!

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Way to go Jonathan. Is it in the shop yet for frame repair?

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So.....Jonathan ......I bet Mom and Dad's House is gettin just a little full of parts? Way to go!!

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Only took 6 hours lol



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Lookin' good Kiddo! I'm kinda cringing looking at the body sitting on all those jacks and blocks though. Maybe it's just ME being paranoid perhaps though?
So what's the next step? Lotsa questions posed above; what's the answers maestro? I too remember doing the driveway thing when I was MUCH younger! Lying on my back in a gravel driveway with a tranny sitting on my chest, either taking it out or putting it back in. Then after a lot of sweating and swearing and getting the stones picked out of my back, all was well with the world! LOL! Keep up the good work pally!

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67rag396 wrote:

Way to go Jonathan. Is it in the shop yet for frame repair?




 the font suspensio is giving me a very hard time it will be there by 4 thursday thats when i got a truck lol and will be back in 3 weeks then the hard part comes putting it back together lol



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Beaumont4008 wrote:

Looking good Jonathan. Whats next ?  Sandblast the frame ? 



no im not lucky enough to have access to a sand blaster yet! so pressure washer hammers steal wool and alot of elbo grease

 



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Turn2Stone wrote:

Well done! Bust any knuckles?!




 skinned my palms a few nicks and cuts nothing big



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Even though it seams like alot of work and its hard to see the end,its alot of FUN and priceless education. good luck and yes be careful under those blockswink(saw horses are much safer)

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got  a little more work done to day droped the  diff put took offhald the front suspension me and my dad both hurt our shoulders from all the pushing and pulling lol i need a tade bit of info on how to get the arm that connects the Diff to the frame and the spings you guys know the thingy ive posted a picture just if my very technical language is misunderstood lol

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I finally took my camera to school and got some pictures here is where the frame is not broken anymore woot!
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lookin good buddy it looks like you further along then me (weather wasn't co operating) and im going all new so i think your gonna be done first cant w8t to see it done also looks like your learning alot
good luck and it will pay off

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Looking good Jonathan!!!
Did your girlfriend "Crystal" sign a block of wood for good luck? biggrin
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thats amazing work Jonathon ! keep it up there and it will turn out great

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Wowsers! Good looking work!

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That frame looks great!


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Great job on the frame. Keep up the great work and letting us know how it goes.

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keep at it good job

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Great job Jonathan!!!! Your making great progress with your car....keep us updated!!

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one side is finally complete looks amazing just wire wheeling the rest of the frame gonna cut the other side put to make it look the same as the other side also started to fix the sandblasting cabinet at school for my small parts and my auto teacher is letting me bring the car after the frame is done for reassembly  pictures will come on monday



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looking good buddy it looks like you further along then me (weather wasn't co operating) and I'm going all new so i think your gonna be done first cant w8t to see it done also looks like your learning alot
good luck and it will pay off



half of my disassembly was in the rain im just on a time line. won't have anytime after grade 12 school comes first (painter/bodywork)

 



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