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    FS 1957 Corvette Project for only 45K

    Moderator, Corvette has been sold. Please remove post


    robert.pelland@cgocable.ca
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    W-Info 1957 Speedometer help needed

    In the process of building a resto mod, and need to find supplier/restorer that could convert the present mechanical unit to electronics for use with an LS engine and a 4L60 tranny, and convert or...
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    [quote=Mark Stahl;943772] Mark: For...

    Mark:

    For starters my opinion is just that, my opinion, and if you don't like it, or disagree with my comments, you are not obliged in any way to read them.

    Secondly, I deeply resent your...
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    The big 65

    Hi fellows,

    Thank you for your best wishes. Not much time to be posting these days, but I still hang around here to see what's going on.

    I don't have many photos, because lately I have been...
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    Nova Joe, since I was not able to source any, I...

    Nova Joe, since I was not able to source any, I took two from a convertible, and modified them so that they would fit the coupe.

    The 63 coupe pieces are competely different from the 64 to 67...
  6. Thank you Bob, and you would have a héll of a...

    Thank you Bob, and you would have a héll of a great ride. :Steer

    Keep well

    Stepinwolf
  7. One of my previous restorations is for sale

    Check out For sale original 425HP 66 Big Block coupe in C2-Car's and Parts for sale.

    Stepinwolf
  8. For sale original 425HP 66 Big Block coupe

    This Corvette was one of my most elaborate restorations, and no expense was spared during the restoration because when I purchased the car, it still had all of it's originall drive train.

    The car...
  9. Thread: Header HELP

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    Header HELP

    I am looking to install a set of full length Big Block headers for my next project, and would like to know if anyone has purchased, used, or installed any lately.

    I am trying to find a Ceramic...
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    Nope, they bolted right up tight against the...

    Nope, they bolted right up tight against the block " Sanderson blockhuggers ", and had I not known that it was a tall deck, I would not have been able to tell the difference.

    Stepinwolf
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    To clear things up

    Mark, the red cans seen in the above photo, are not gas cans, they are empty dog biscuit pails, that I use to recycle steel and aluminum during my work.

    As for the engine in the upcoming build,...
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    Mark, i'll take that two cents as a deposit on...

    Mark, i'll take that two cents as a deposit on the next build:beer

    I'm sorry for my comments, knowing you, I really should have known better, and I do appreaciate the complemints, and kind words....
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    Mark, it's got to the point that resto-mods, are...

    Mark, it's got to the point that resto-mods, are bringing in more money then original Corvettes. My customer has more money invested in his green 67 coupe then the " King Ray's " asking price.
    ...
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    I'll get sideways soon enough :ohnoes ...

    I'll get sideways soon enough :ohnoes

    Step'in'wolf
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    Not only was she glad to get out, we both got a...

    Not only was she glad to get out, we both got a héll of a thrill driving back home. :Steer Woooop EEEeeeeeeee

    Stepinwolf
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    First 572 sortie

    All of you Forum members are most certainly familair with the often heard expression " shït happens ".

    Well here is another case that exemplifies that term. Today was the first time I get to go...
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    I can, and have painted Corvettes for many years,...

    I can, and have painted Corvettes for many years, however my ever present breathing problems ( I now have to use 4 of those little puffers every day) no longer permit me to do any of the final paint....
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    The difficult part !

    Hello fellows, so nice to be able to hear from all of you again. :w

    The most challenging part was to get the !@$%&* engine into the bay, and close the hood. There is absolutuly nothing that fit...
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    Mac, thank's for your kind words As for your...

    Mac, thank's for your kind words

    As for your question, during all construction I always cover any brightwork with 3M green masking tape, so as not to have anything brush up against it, and...
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    The 572 build, is finally over

    Well, after only two years, five months, and fifteen days, the 67 coupe has finally been completed, and saw the sun for the first time today.

    To say that it has been a difficult build would be an...
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    Question: Just my two cents

    Under normal circumstances, drum brakes have been known to be notoriously inefficent, and unreliable. Although there are many who swear by the great performances that they obtain with their drum...
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    My Opinion

    The video's clearly show that no one has a monopoly on studpidity.

    As for his intentions, let none of you think for a minute, that he will just trash a vehicle in which he has just invested 5K. ...
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    Got one

    I have just removed an original 1965 power brake master cylinder from one of the project cars I have in the shop. It was the original unit that had never been removed from the car. It was still...
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    Here's the only solution

    Here is, direct from the horse mouth, the only way you can use an Autometer fuel gauge, on 63 to 67 Corvettes. You will need to purchase, or replace the 90 ohm Autometer gauge that you have, and...
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    Gauge Update

    Rich, listen up here's the latest.

    I disconnected the power ( + Pink + ) to the sender, ( but I still have 12 volts to the gauge through the regular harness ) and the needle immediately returned...
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