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Thanks we do enjoy it. We take it out cruising at least once a week always using back roads.
Beautiful wagon. Sometime you'll have to come north and we'll go south and meet. Maybe Moraine State Park.
As a matter of fact we were talking about that as our next trip.whats best for you weekday's or weekend ?
Finally cleaned up / painted pump and brackets and installed the power steering pump I got form Murray few months back.. works GREAT.. no more whining
Also cleaned up the block where the brackets sit and painted Chrysler corporate Blue because I had access. I’ll get to cleaning and painting the rest of the engine soon...
Woodward was pretty busy today starting three miles south of here.
Took another load of C body scrap...
WOW! Thats a lot of metal .....
Oil change today.
My last load was better, 4280 lbs...Its a big clean up year for me, I'm tired of moving around stuff I am never going need or use.
Furst load was a bit better as it was $160 a ton, $120 ton right now, but I cashed in some other stuff I had (copper rads, aluminum rads, aluminum auto cast, electric motors, car batteries and aluminum rims)
I'll have Atleast one more good load I figure, I just bought an 02 Durango to scrap.
That’s great Nick.. glad your cleaning house, I’m sure you’ve done your part in keeping someone’s prides an joy in the road over the years with your parts stash. Time to clean up, I feel ya.
Put down a couple hundred miles. It was hot! Parked right here to unload bike and the radiator let go.... In the woods over a 100 miles from home.
We jumped on the bikes and left it for later. I think its the seam on the top tank. It holds while on the road but about 2 minutes after it shuts off it starts to leak bad. Strangely, it cools and draws back from the expansion tank. Made it home. I think Ill just order an aluminum radiator. 51 years ain't bad I guess. I do have a spare that's only 47 years old.....
They don’t make’em like that anymore.. try do that in a late model with the plastic radiators.
had to pull the gas tank out and fix the sending unit it after two years started leaking
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Also! Picked up a re-chrome rear bumper, from a generous member here. Waiting for it to be shipped. Piece by piece.. she WILL be my dream car..... EXCITED
Although it’s not a Cbody, it’s within the theme of my tinkering this week.
Last summer off the discount shelf at Best Buy, I bought a low profile alpine 8 inch sub/amp combo. The only thing missing were the 4 mounting brackets, I made some at work from scrap metal and they work perfect. Finally had a little spare time to install it under the center jump seat of the F150. Had to pull both seats out as the jumpseat frame bolts under the driver and passenger seat frame. Now to wire it up for some BOOM BOOM.
That's making the most of available space.
Agreed, no other room anywhere else..