With the Holidays, a few snow storms, some plumbing issues at my house that needed sorted out, and of course at least 10 hour workdays, I'm finally ready to get back into working on mine this week. Be patient, pics will follow.
Guess I will join you guys over here and watch your restoration projects. My 67 is not a frame off. I did pull the motor and tranny 10 years ago to rebuild them.....stopped working on it to go to graduate school......stopped working on it to renovate a couple of houses...added a kid in the process....and now I am back working on it.
This was a nice driver when I got it. Nice laquer regimental red paint job that showed well. Drove it to car shows for a couple of seasons but the engine bay was a disaster. Had big plans to put a 4 speed, a 428 and a tri power set up on the car. Then I ordered my PHS documentation and it turned out to be an HO car. Scapped the modification plans and decided it deserved to be restored. So here I am slowly trying to buy up everything I need to make it correct, all while the wife is jumping up and down wanting the car back on the road with the top down this spring.
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