They spray a rust inhibitor which is good for indoor storage. I will be having it delivered to body shop to begin panel repair etc. Body shop will spray entire thing with epoxy primer.
Thanks! That body dolly was only ~$300 from Eastwood. Well worth it for a frame off project.That's lookin really great! I need a trailer like that!
I'm going with Vintage Air upgrade. That should do the trick.Those two square holes that go into the rear inner fender. Mount a electric fan in each side. Then put a screen on top of the plastic storage container. Flip the switch and it will pull all kinds of air through the vents and windows while in traffic while drying the inner fenders and roof when in the rain... You have to put little spacers on the two access panels at the tail lights for the air to exit..
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The trailer is a Bulldog 20', dual axle. I bought it 23 years ago and did a full "restoration" on it before I started the car. Added a 12000 lb winch inside a mounted tool box and a solar charger for the winch battery.That does look like a nice dolly. I may have to get one when I start my '60 project. It'll have to come off the frame too. What brand is the car trailer? Is it yours?
Me too! That will be a big day.That's a sweet looking chassis. Looking forward to seeing you guys get the body on it.
Thanks. I ended up going with Tremec T56 Magnum Six Speed. Should be fun.WOW you have brought this a long way in 6 months since you started this post, and it is looking good! I can safely say that if I had my Camino to build again, I would go with an 8 or 10 spd auto.
Thanks!That is wicked nice. What kind of steering box are you using? What size willwood brakes and rim size? The combo looks great.
Sign down at my local, and very friendly, speed shop: "Horsepower is measured in cubic dollars."I am so jealous of that chassis! It look spectacular! Makes me want to pull the body off of mine and do the same....minus all the work and cost involved. I feel like that would be a bit of a speed bump 🤔