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- August 2008
Something I've learned.. sometimes less is moreWell let's see I've got a '55 Buick that will need a complete drivetrain transplant (I just finished all the body work), a '65 Rambler Classic that I'm currently installing a new (rebuilt) motor in, and a '49 Chev that …
1952 chevrolet deluxe torque tubeBoy, if you're going to do all that why not at least upgrade to a Chevy 250 inline... that would give you all sorts of options on trannies, drivelines and rear ends. If you're going to keep the 216 you'd need to get yourself an…
Brand spankin' newbie! Need info on early Buick V8 ConversionOldcar_Mechanic wrote: I'm not sure why you wouldn't want to just rebuild the original engine, or replace it with one that fits. Why would you want to go through all the expense and aggravation to put a Chevy in a Buick? Ron …
Help me convice my wife, please?Get one that's not too far gone.. that way you can drive while restoring. Try and get the wife involved as well... take her to some car shows, join a club (wives love the social aspect of auto restoration), take her out in it on "date nig…