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WEST PERTH, ONT

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Trying to build a new shop out here. I want 40x80 with 2nd floor on one side and another pit for sure. Dunno how big the Township will let me do. Hydro service/septic etc etc. I know what I wanna do but....

Anyway, I'm on a mad dash to get stuff running and moved to break ground. (need the access to the back acre)

I sure have lossa stuff I forgot about over the years.

Anyway, I replaced all the solid engine/tranny/other stuff mounts this weekend in the AMC. When it moves on its own I'll deal with the Vette and the other stuff.

Anybody have a preference for header paint ? May as well look good for that first 20 minutes. Gotta weld those PCV valves in first.

I'm just hoping I didn't install the engine mounts upside down and have to lift it again. Ran the solids for 25 years and kinda forgot the goofy ends on factory units.

 

That is all, carry on

 



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HAMILTON, ONT

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I had headers on my 78 Trans Am and I sent them to a shop and had them aluminum coated, I can't even remember who did the job, it was so long ago. Any type of heat paint I've tried over the years has always burned off soon after initial starting. The aluminum coating was excellent. Hope this helps

 



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DOURO, ONT

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use woodstove black - it stays forever

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1947 Ford convertible, 73 Javelin drag car, 1953 Mercury pickup, 1963 F100 Unibody 4x4

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