FINALLY GOT ONE OF MY COIL SPRINGS IN =) WOOOOOOOOOO FInally woooooooowwowowowo that was a pain in the bum wow then i mounted the tranny tomorrow im going to put the other side in aand mount up the steering box and paint the engine =)
1967 parisienne *project*
2003 intrepid *project*
John1972 Pontiac Lemans (daughter's car) 2005 Pontiac Grand Am 2004 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
Good show, Jon!!! Keep at 'er!!
67Poncho wrote:Good show, Jon!!! Keep at 'er!!
The tranny is white with foaming oven cleaner now =)
You know, with all the help Mom is giving you with your car, maybe save some of that cleaner and do the oven for her instead???? (lol)
i used the whole can on the tranny i need a couple more for the engine and other parts =)
55 GMC, 53 Pontiac Sedan Delivery, 70 Pontiac 2+2 rag
Great stuff! You're doing a great job!
Prince Edward Island'64 Parisienne CS "barn find" - last on the road in '86 ... Owner Protection Plan booklet, original paint, original near-mint aqua interior, original aqua GM floor mats, original 283, factory posi, and original rust.
Stephenzone wrote:jonathan was telling me his gas tank was well ventilated. i asked him if he would rather have a brand new tank instead of the $75 from the auction for the books
jonathan was telling me his gas tank was well ventilated. i asked him if he would rather have a brand new tank instead of the $75 from the auction for the books
DAM IM BIG LOL.... Ive been at steves house 3 times in 3 weeks lol =)
looks like your passing steve in the progress dept.
1966 stratochief 2dr post gasser "MISS BEHAVING"
1971 monte carlo 454 SS
1973 V8 Vega(my sons)
1957 chevy 210 2dr post ( husbands)
1971 Baldwin Motion camaro( husbands)
kbell6987 wrote:wow you've got talent theres no question about that your doin a great job and i love the body supports for the frame lift (cinder blocks and wood lol very redneck and i say that in the best way ) keep up the good work
wow you've got talent theres no question about that your doin a great job and i love the body supports for the frame lift (cinder blocks and wood lol very redneck and i say that in the best way ) keep up the good work
a couple more pictures of the supports
sooo far today i put the finishing touches on my front supension i untarped my body. looks the same as last year =) still bad lol(i have soooo much metal work to do coming up)and i almost lost the whole car down the street again it started rolling away on me again just like last year. I'm planning on putting my body back on today =)
lol what floor it's a flinstone car =) the truck has one spot maybe 3 inchs by 1 inch sooo very fixable but it really needs new floors =) which im going to make =) im also making 1/4 panel patchs out of my old welded fender =) new ones are on the way. =)
just finished outside and the car is BACK ON THE FRAME AND ALLL THE HOLES LINE UP i could have never done this without my mom she was my spotter/other jack person =) she was sooo much help im about to take her out for ice cream at 11 pm lol =) she really is the best mom i could ever ask for EVER =)
hanged the front sheet metal just to protect the engine welll im away =)
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i have to fix all the gaps ... there every bad i mean i can't open the door... i think it is because of the rad support the mounts are all messed soo im going to make some lol..... trust me it will work
You've made a lot of progress since the last time I looked. Kudos for taking this on - lots of work but great job.