The Jalopy Journal
I was trying to figure out what that sport car was.
Got a chance to spend a little time on the FE build.
Incredible work, thanks for the update.
That is good news, I have been looking at my top loader and trying to figure out what I should do before install or just install it.
So you must be from this part of the country.
Sounds [ Looks ] like he just opened the gate to the pasture.
I dubbed my shop LA HOT RODS, I live about 5 miles south of Ashland Mo. so I played on lower Ashland.
The,Guy would be Buster.
I found most of my secrets through logic. ;)
Or basic hand tools and a press. :confused:
Wasn't that long ago that a ASE Master technician from one of the other shops in town brought me a BW T10 4 speed to rebuild. Never could figure...
10 months of hard work and it shows, great job.
Mechanic is not for everyone.;)
How about one at the track. :oops:
I built a 4 door when my kids were young, and as being a dad with a wife and two boys, the 4 door made it affordable for me. Have had many...
I should get my Chevelle done.
Great job!!! More is always better. :)
Sounds light for all that equipment.
Most of my friends like me. :D
You know the saying, " No Need Being Tired And Hungry " ;)
My motto is "I Have A Ride Home" I don't care if they want me to fix it or not, and when they come in and say that they can't afford the dealer...
Started as a line mechanic in 1977, still doing it. Not sure I know what else to do.
The first 409s in cars came with a BW T10
Not so bad if you have fingernails ;)
Standard bore 409 truck engine with some used 409 / 409 HP pistons, ran a best of 12.22 3860 lbs...
Tell them Pontiac boys to bring their shit. :D
I wasn't back in the days, but I'm in the present.
I'm sure back in the days the driver was as much of a part to it as the car was.
Sounds like a very uneducated guess to me. Good luck.
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