April 10, 2015OK, so its a cage. Its coming along as fast as money allows. Got some cancer in the typical Camaro (F body) spots. Luckily I can do it all myself. Good summer project.
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April 10, 2015Nice start on the project Dave, what color are you planning, I believe white would be nice with red interior.
April 11, 2015Gas Monkey can help !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HaHaHaHaHaHa
April 11, 2015Funny. The VIN tag decodes to a brown color so it shall be. Not a normal brown but a metalic or pearl color. Haven`t locked it down yet.
Gas monkey can kiss my gass. All they have going for them is MONEY. Oh, and a TV show. LOL
April 12, 2015I guess it is better for selling purposes to stay with the original color, I just though that white ,with those red SS emblems and red interior would look great on that car. Good Luck with the restoration project Dave.
April 12, 2015BTW Dave, where is that where the car is sitting in the picture? do yu have a detached garage next to you house?
April 12, 2015I`m keeping it brown to match the title. Like said, it won`t be factory, at least not `71 original!
I have a 40` by 40` shop with 18` ceilings and one 12 foot door and the other 7 foot. Add the Eagle drive on lift and it`s a bit more than the average garage. I`m not spoiled or anything! LOL
April 12, 2015The car, Bill?
April 12, 2015HE has an outdoor garage Dave, you know what it looks like, kinda cold in the winter cause you can`t close the garage door and turn on the heat.
April 12, 2015I have been out in the driveway this afternoon putting coils and struts on the front of my Nissan Altima. the right side was easy, but the left side has given me some problems, the bolt on the steering control arm was rusted real bad, I sprayed it real good with silicone, but I got it almost off before I ran out of light. will finish it tomorrow sometime, do not need the car to drive so it is not hurry.
April 12, 2015I am lucky to have a nice place to work on whatever project I have going. Good luck with the Nissan. WD40 is my choice of hardware removal, BTW.