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Old 08-24-2006, 07:33 AM
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New to this restoration thing, mostly limited to minor stuff. My chevelle "marks its territory" and leaks are everywhere. I will attempt to remove the engine and clean, detail and new gaskets. any advice will be appreciated

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get it to seal up.but then again thats just gm rust proofing,the car will last forever
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get it to seal up.but then again thats just gm rust proofing,the car will last forever
One of the greatest things I have heard in a while. Next time the girlfriend complains about the camaro "marking its territory" ill tell her its just rust proofing. As far as the cleaning and all, just get some good grease remover ie. simple green, spray everything and power wash it. Hot water works best if possible.
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just messin with ya.
make sure not to use to much silicon just enough to hold the gaskets in place.make sure you have a good clean dry suface when you start putting the gaskets on.
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