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OK, I drive my '60 quite regularly now here in Chicago. On an occasion when coming to a "near stop", like a yield, the trans slips into a neutral position before shifting into 1st. Does not do it all of the time. She shifts into drive well and solidly when selecting from park. Reverse selects fine t...
I am going to have to tackle the same thing. I'm going to approach it differently though. I do not care about the originality. I am going to weld the vent in front of the windshield completely up and run fresh air intake hoses from behind the headlites, through the fender wells, into the fire wall t...
Some sheet metal, hammer and dolly a welder and a sawsall! That is how I did mine. And no, I'm not a body man! Just practice and patience. metal is very forgiving. A decent gas shielded 110 volt MIG welder will make you look like a pro! I only read the instructions on welding that came with my Linco...
- Wed Nov 12, 2003 8:53 am
- Forum: Drivetrain
- Topic: Air bags, not the bad ones in the steering column either!
- Replies: 1
- Views: 1164
I want to bag my car so I can drop her in the weeds then riase to a safe height on the road. She is a 1960 4dr Comet. Has anyone done this before? I have an idea in my head, but of course I wold like to hear other peoples opinions and trials!
Just finished welding a completely new floor pan, front to rear using 16gauge galvanized steel and a Lincoln 110v gas MIG welder. It was a blast! Tons of fun. I'm not lying. But it was hard. The car had solid rockers, just suffered from water standing in the interior. I will get the pics sorted out ...