Today was a productive day. The carb should be done soon, and I got the brakes figured out on the GTO. Had to pull some parts from my parts Camaro, its nice having stuff just laying around waiting for it to be needed. Will have some pics later, maybe tomorrow after my appointment. A trip to Nebraska for graduation, finishing the kitchen so the wife doesnt feel like the house is unfinished, and feeling like crap sure takes its toll on getting shit done.
This is what I did for three days this week after getting back from Husker land. I dont have a before pic of it that I know of, lets just say it was ghetto and cobbled together out of stuff that was laying around. There is an island in the middle, and the oven goes on the end where the old white sink basin is. Need to procure a new oven, because the old one is older than me and even more tired.
Dude, that looks nice, especially compared to what was there.
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You guys say I am fast, yet here I am more than a month since I did anything to my cars. Finally feeling better, and Dave has moved enough boats out of the big shed for me to move the Mustang out and make room to work. It about killed me pushing that thing up the hill with the kid, seriously out of breath but it didnt hurt like last the last few weeks.
Here is the plan, get the glass installed, the engine plumbed, a trans built, all the weather stripping done, and git this thing running in June. I have so many other things that need doing, and this one is holding it up. So unless I cough up a lung, its go time on this and Bobs carb. First thing tomorrow is finish the carb so I can test it and send it out. Then set the shop up to work on the GTO, with plenty of room around it. I want it done. I havent driven any of the cars I have been building because I stop on them before they are road ready, and start another one. That crap has to end, and this one is going to drive provided my heath doesnt go south again.
Thought it would be fun to look at some before and after pics.
Cant wait to get the trim on and all the body panels bolted up for the last time.
I liked it before...... you kinda ruined it.....
Just kidding, just kidding!! You've done an awesome job my friend. Truly remarkable turnaround.
Whether you can or can't, you are usually right.
No doubt carb's in GOOD hands....
Glad you are feeling better...
Thanks guys, I am thrilled to be feeling better. Its been a rough few weeks. Entirely bored with the internet.
it still amazes me how it started out as most people would not have even used it as a parts car
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