Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Buinicorn the 1964 Skylark wagon sleeper

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • SuperBuickGuy
    replied
    time to braze up the small holes


    Sometimes the best fix for small, rust holes is brazing - in this case, small holes just need a patch because the underside gets bedliner and the top gets spray-on sound deadening

    next up, more metal finishing


    and repair of the rusted nuts

    Leave a comment:


  • SuperBuickGuy
    replied
    been kind of busy with other stuff.... but did get the floor welded in


    Also got the turbo flanges....

    Tomorrow is track day - so probably no update

    Leave a comment:


  • SuperBuickGuy
    replied
    Originally posted by DanStokes View Post
    Our helper stays in the house. He has an advanced case of carpet paws.

    Dan
    I hear that can lead to a terminal case of loaf pan.

    Leave a comment:


  • DanStokes
    replied
    Our helper stays in the house. He has an advanced case of carpet paws.

    Dan

    Leave a comment:


  • SuperBuickGuy
    replied
    they seem to be pretty good at holding the floor down.... and I don't see any elephants or tigers running around your shop - maybe you don't see them working?

    Leave a comment:


  • DirtyWhiteBoy
    replied
    OUCH!!!

    I hate when that happens. I'm glad your helper is OK. My helpers are generally not not very helpful


    Click image for larger version

Name:	Kimber.jpg
Views:	80
Size:	403.2 KB
ID:	1302332

    Click image for larger version

Name:	conan the brbarian.jpg
Views:	77
Size:	227.4 KB
ID:	1302333

    Leave a comment:


  • SuperBuickGuy
    replied
    back to work


    then this happened

    *ducks!!!*
    in looking around, I realized I needed to remove these

    because it was full of sand and debris....


    thankfully, my helper wasn't hurt


    I really need to find another wagon or quarter.... I can fix it, but I think I'll do some calling around tomorrow and see if I can find something

    parting shop shot

    Leave a comment:


  • SuperBuickGuy
    replied
    ugh, I don't like undercarriages
    however, it needed a full wire-wheeling plus washing... so that's what it got....



    the owner of the C3 and his wire wheeling endeavors tonight

    Leave a comment:


  • SuperBuickGuy
    replied
    Originally posted by Deaf Bob View Post
    New vette?
    Thought your’s was black.
    I wish this was mine... it's pretty cool

    Leave a comment:


  • Deaf Bob
    replied
    New vette?
    Thought your’s was black.

    Leave a comment:


  • SuperBuickGuy
    replied
    spinny time


    Leave a comment:


  • silver_bullet
    replied
    I like the variety of projects!

    Leave a comment:


  • SuperBuickGuy
    replied
    I know, I know, I should go back to Corvette only content.... but alas, you need to suffer to really appreciate C3 content.
    time to set the car in place

    front brackets

    assembled

    in the back, I'll use the hinge mounts to hold it

    welded

    it even holds on the back

    Leave a comment:


  • SuperBuickGuy
    replied
    tonight was planning, mostly... I really don't want to work on this upside down

    so I dug out my rotisserie and got to planning


    then there was puppy play time.... Luigi's brother came for a fully puppy play date, complete with a full mudding...
    That's Luigi, he's almost white when not covered in mud

    but fun was had by all

    Leave a comment:


  • Monster
    replied
    Originally posted by SuperBuickGuy View Post
    This shot lets me see how cool this longroof is going to be.

    Leave a comment:

Working...
X