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  1. Old Furniture Restoration!

    Have just about finished the last two chairs with Clerethene and they will be completed, not to bad for the first projects, will post pic's when able.
  2. Progress on the carputer

    My uncle and I have been working on finalizing the installation of the truckputer and the center console. We have taken the console back apart after I put 2 coats of spar varnish on the wood. We then glued black speaker box carpet on the large flat sections of wood and have started stretching and wrapping it around the edges. It's coming out pretty well. I'll have to snap a few pictures of it. I still need to find a power inverter to put in the console for mobile 110AC.
  3. New project looking for ideas or suggestions!!

    I always wanted a 70's model Corvette, as a kid had a collection of Corvette Hotwheels and Revell models. Recently I sold my 51 Merc to finance the project.
    Then a friend turned me on to a fully optioned 1975 Big Block Corvette his brother-in-law had that's been in storage for four years.
    The car overheated and was driven until the engine siezed and cooked the transmission.
    This car was a graduation gift in 2005 to the owner from his grandfather who bought it new in 1975. ...
  4. hard to start issues

    i am having a hard time starting my 2001 chevy silverado 1500 4.8 it has excessive cranking it seems that i have to cycle the key 2 times to start it and the truck runs fine like a champ. the fuel pump is new(oem) and the fuel filter. i have been hearing alot that the fuel pressure regulator is bad if so how can i tell and where is it located to replace it thanks guys
  5. Transmission and Transfer Case Help...

    I have a 1996 Silverado 1500 4x4. I am in the process of taking out my transmission to rebuild it. In order to take it out you either have to remove your torsion bars or you can remove the transfer case to avoid the torsion bars. My friend and I decided to remove my transfer case so we dont have to deal with the bars. Yesterday i was taking the last two bolts out of my transfer case and noticed that there is a "brace" looking bar that goes from the drivers side of the case to the bottom ...

    Updated 01-15-2009 at 10:37 AM by Rush