Mike this is a great thread. Have you presented administration concerning makig it it's own topic?
After a gazillion attempts of getting my new smuggler's box curtain "just right", I finally have it done!I think it looks great Good job post a picture when you get it in the car. :You_Rock:
Ha, chances are I'd be spending big bucks having it fixed by someone else because I don't have the slightest clue about cars. :???:You are tempting the "breakdown gods" when you make such smug comments ! Lol
'smart because i bought a mechanically sound car.' nothing lasts forever
the chances are some day when i am sitting around sipping on a cold brew watching nhra videos you will be fixing your ride !! .
Just waiting on a few clips to put my trim on. I want to have her looking visibly complete.Many posters on this thread have mechanically sound cars, but enjoy modifying or improving on what they've got. Others enjoy restoring a car that may have seen better days in the past. Miller why don't you show us what you've got? :beer:
Ok This workls better With the picture in the Quote Nice job TerryAfter a gazillion attempts of getting my new smuggler's box curtain "just right", I finally have it done!
I had to end up using my trusty hot glue gun to attach it along the top rail because I can't find snaps to fit the originals. I attached it along the bottom and sides with velcro to keep it from flapping in the wind while driving with the windows down-should've used a heavier material.
All in all, I'm happy with it.
Heck, you did a lot! That cab must have been one heck of a job. I thought Holley only made carburetors, LOL! :beer:Installed the following
New power steering pump & hoses
New fuel pump
put my holly cab on
Chrome valve covers
next project is a new wiper motor & washer pump, finish sanding the firewall and painting it.
I looked at that and noticed it's a sticky.... Wow, my 1st sticky. What a Glorious day at El Camino Central, LOL! Thanks Ken! :beer:Some of you may notice that this Thread has been moved from the "BS" forum to the "Site Topics" forum, where I believe that it fits much better...............Ken :beer:
" UPDATE "took the gauges out of my 72, which means complete disassembly and removal of the dash
to see if i could get my clock to work and i got it working !!!!
thats $175 saved for my shift kit and new tranny pan :woott: