|03-29-2004 10:28 PM|
Dang 38 special, You got this spelling thing all figured out!! I still have problems with Aluminium! Try to pass that through the old spell check!!
|03-29-2004 06:58 PM|
|38 special||Lookin good in the ole' Springfield neighborhood. (neighbourhood for all you Canadians. )|
|03-29-2004 11:43 AM|
|03-28-2004 08:40 AM|
|oldschoolrods||Very nice lookin' Love the paint on the motor|
|03-28-2004 07:51 AM|
thats not yellow, thats gold man.... the color of extreme speed!
come on summer! lookin' good Odd.
|03-28-2004 06:42 AM|
I painted one of my motors yellow once, and all my friends laughed at it. How come you can get away with it?
Maybe, I just have a**holes for friends.
|03-28-2004 06:38 AM|
Nice work! That's going to be one radical ride when you're finished.
|03-28-2004 02:37 AM|
Looking good brother!
I spend most of my weekends out in the garage working on theol' S10....Check out my newest thread in The Lounge.
Very NICE looking motor!
|03-28-2004 12:10 AM|
your car- nice car
my car- that motor was in the car when you pulled it from the junkyard??
|03-28-2004 12:07 AM|
|OddRodder||Yeah Comet! It's a straight axle out of a 68' chevy van!|
|03-27-2004 11:38 PM|
|comet boy||post the pictures anyways.|
|03-27-2004 11:35 PM|
lol the steering box had been leaking, undercoating the whole left side of the truck, good thing that leak-stop worked!
When I got it, the valve covers just had bolts holding them down and no clips/bars (what do you call those things?) so that's prob why it's so grungy.
It's not much of a hot rod, it looks like a 2WD military truck.
I would post some pics of it, but I don't really care to hear what killer thinks about it, and I'm sure he would say something.
|03-27-2004 11:32 PM|
|comet boy||OddRodder do you have a straight axle under that thing.|
|03-27-2004 11:19 PM|
|OddRodder||Thanks FAST! Hey, I've had some pretty grungy engine compartments myself!! Don't sweat it! It sounds like you're daily driver is your hot-rod also? That's rough!!|
|03-27-2004 11:15 PM|
Fastchevy didn't you say in a another thread your engine is held together with silicon instead of gaskets. maybe thats why
"In my truck the whole engine has been rebuilt with silly-cone holding it together. It doesn't seem to have any problems"
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