They probably sold it for scrap.I had a custom roll up door fabricated in Arizona to be truck-shipped to CA. When the guy stopped in Vegas overnight, tweekers stole the door off the back of his truck (16' wide/12' tall aluminum roll up!) and it was GONE. Had to wait another month for another door to be made and shipped. I hope you find your engine!
Yeah, typo I meant 10/28 but with the tracking on this engine 9/28 isn't out of the question.I HOPE you meant '10/28'!!! If not, you'll have to wait another year!
Then there is the last page that basically has nothing on it.LOL! Where I work, same deal. We have a copier the size of a refrigerator, as well as printing software in our PC's that are engineered to burn through paper like you wouldn't believe. VERY difficult to print only the desired fields. Also using MUCH more paper than in the past, and shredding most of it. Progress.
Numbers matching car so yeah I have to go with the AIR.Nice work. Neat that you are keeping the AIR intact.
Thanks, it's an old skool shop that had been there since 1948 and you don't know the players without the shirts.I am a couple weeks away from pulling out my engine and giving it to my pontiac guy. Can't tell you how much I love your pictures of your engine. Like art. Bty the striped shirts in the background create a nice presentation. Solid, dependable and workman like.
No, the bearings and valve are good on mine and it pumps air so I haven't done anything with it.Roper, was your AIR unit rebuilt - I have a '66 GTO Fremont built that has AIR system and somewhere down the road I will need to have it serviced or rebuilt.
Well after inspecting the one way valves I found pieces of what I think are the vanes in them so I will have to have the pump rebuilt.Roper, was your AIR unit rebuilt - I have a '66 GTO Fremont built that has AIR system and somewhere down the road I will need to have it serviced or rebuilt.