Friends, Thank you for checkin' in on me. We got some surge damage....30" of Salt water...garage boiler room, family room, kitchen......very messy. As for the GTO...I put it in a friends garage, high&dry.....I got a lot of work to do, but it'll be OK.......Didn't have electric until Saturday, so no internet, phone, refrig, etc...Thank you Gents, Eric
Nice looking '37 Cheeby, Mitch! You can't stop acquiring more and more OLD CARS!! Eric, glad to hear you'll be able to turn on the heat soon....a lot easier than sitting idling in the GTO with the heater cranked up......
Mitch, Quite a collection.....that truck would make an evil looking wrecker!!! Oh.....still no heat, prolly Wednesday
Dang, what are you doing to stay warm and keep the pipes from freezing ?? We've been down in the single digits for overnight lows the past 3 days...
I brought the '52 back from CO last December. Pagosa Springs to be exact. I had to traverse Wolf Creek pass with hard packed snow on it. The commercial vehicles were required to use chains because of the conditions... The '52 has a flat bed on it that the Camaro and the '38 fit on. With the trailer hitched up, I can drive from the trailer onto the truck and then load another car on the trailer. It needs a little more power before I attempt to drive it like that to a local show, but that's the plan...
Jeff, you're close. It's a '38. The '37-38's are very similar. Grille and hood sides are the only difference and with the mono paint on the grille and no hood sides, it's hard to distinguish. SBC 355 TH350 power train. Heidts front end with r&p and disc brakes.
1967 GTO; Gulf Turquoise on Black, 4 speed bench
1967 Camaro ss/rs 350
1966 Chevelle SS 396
1970 Chevelle SS 396
1966 Corvair Corsa convert
1965 Corvair Monza convert
1969 GMC K1500
1952 Chev 2 ton flat bed
1938 Chev coupe
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