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  Topic: What are you doing today? 2018
GPster

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PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Fri, Feb 23 2018, 11:03 pm   Subject: What are you doing today? 2018
Well, today the Jeepster backed out of my garage under it's own power. It's a memorably occasion but it was done so I would be sure I could get it to higher ground. The Ohio river (two blocks away) wa ...
  Topic: Nova Camino?
GPster

Replies: 79
Views: 1637

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Mon, Feb 12 2018, 5:58 pm   Subject: Nova Camino?
I like the latest version to but the AMC version and the Nomad version looked more balanced to me because there was less body length behind the rear wheels, If the rear axle was a little further back ...
  Topic: What are you doing today? 2018
GPster

Replies: 207
Views: 6391

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Thu, Feb 08 2018, 10:40 pm   Subject: What are you doing today? 2018
I only see with one eye and hear with one ear. If I was trying to lay on my back and weld something above me I'd electrocute myself or catch myself on fire. Con't you have a kid in one of your classes ...
  Topic: Nova Camino?
GPster

Replies: 79
Views: 1637

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sun, Feb 04 2018, 10:59 am   Subject: Nova Camino?
Most of us have seen a sedan shortened. More often than not, they ruined it. To have the flow of the roofline is the magic part to me. Years ago on ebay Smile ...
  Topic: Nova Camino?
GPster

Replies: 79
Views: 1637

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, Feb 03 2018, 1:13 pm   Subject: Nova Camino?
I'd always thought that Bodge/Plymouth should have cashed in on the El Camino or Ranchero idea with a version. I might have thought a little harder about it if some raw material had appeared with-in ...
  Topic: 59 Catalina
GPster

Replies: 211
Views: 14031

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Thu, Feb 01 2018, 2:17 pm   Subject: 59 Catalina
Just to add a dumb suggestion ( I can always come up with them ). A right side seat mount on the left side and visa/versa also some SUVs ( '03 ranger too)have the seat adjustment latch on the front r ...
  Topic: Electric current clamp on meter
GPster

Replies: 5
Views: 359

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Wed, Jan 31 2018, 1:03 pm   Subject: Electric current clamp on meter
AC starting may somewhat depend on the brand. Lennox supposedly make their own compressors and their system designs with their compressors doesn't require "Hard Start"'. The start winding on ...
  Topic: What are you doing today? 2018
GPster

Replies: 207
Views: 6391

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Tue, Jan 09 2018, 4:18 pm   Subject: What are you doing today? 2018
'41 Woody, I'm watching your progress too. I've got a top bow in the convertible top of my JEEPSTER that was bowed backwards from time/weight of leaves from years of being in a field before I got it. ...
  Topic: What are you doing today? 2017
GPster

Replies: 1184
Views: 77863

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Thu, Dec 14 2017, 9:40 am   Subject: What are you doing today? 2017
The one early Mustang that I've seen with a 390 in it had a factory tubing brace over the top of the engine from inner fender to inner fender ( coil spring, shock towers ) to help the front end from & ...
  Topic: Project "let's clean out the garage"
GPster

Replies: 315
Views: 22732

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, Dec 09 2017, 11:05 pm   Subject: Project "let's clean out the garage"
I test fitted where the gas springs can be installed. I need to do research for ideas on a latch mechanism. At the moment, the brain is done. Smile ...
  Topic: Project "let's clean out the garage"
GPster

Replies: 315
Views: 22732

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sun, Nov 19 2017, 1:25 pm   Subject: Project "let's clean out the garage"
Maybe you could fasten the '58 quarters to the bed with velcrow. GPster
  Topic: Project "let's clean out the garage"
GPster

Replies: 315
Views: 22732

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Fri, Nov 17 2017, 9:06 pm   Subject: Project "let's clean out the garage"
If the angles you might still be able to use the tail lighs off the '58 on the tailgate. GPster
  Topic: What are you doing today? 2017
GPster

Replies: 1184
Views: 77863

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sun, Oct 22 2017, 9:37 pm   Subject: What are you doing today? 2017
Enjoying the fact that things are starting to slow down and the company is leaving . Yesterday was our 50th wedding anniversary and we had a small gathering of about 150 of our friends. We wanted to k ...
  Topic: Project "let's clean out the garage"
GPster

Replies: 315
Views: 22732

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, Oct 14 2017, 10:06 pm   Subject: Project "let's clean out the garage"
Maybe you could make another set of dies that are only half the shape and do your forming in stages ? GPster
  Topic: Project "let's clean out the garage"
GPster

Replies: 315
Views: 22732

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, Oct 14 2017, 1:11 pm   Subject: Project "let's clean out the garage"
I'm impressed with the volume and quality of your work . You don't have to time yourself too. How are you coming with that bundle of wires? Are you going to use the dash and instruments from the truc ...
  Topic: Project "let's clean out the garage"
GPster

Replies: 315
Views: 22732

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sun, Oct 08 2017, 1:36 pm   Subject: Project "let's clean out the garage"
The other pic is of the 17" steering wheel that I purchased. No power steering, large wheel. Smile I thought that would be a problem solver for me on a Chevy truck I was building one time, ...
  Topic: My Bonneville trip
GPster

Replies: 30
Views: 3242

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sat, Oct 07 2017, 8:55 am   Subject: My Bonneville trip
Thank You for testifying of the experiance. GPster
  Topic: 59 Catalina
GPster

Replies: 211
Views: 14031

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Wed, Sep 27 2017, 12:16 pm   Subject: 59 Catalina
Look at it and see if it might make sense to raise up the whole floor with the trans tunnel. It might eliminate all those little stepped places and it might make it easier to fit seats. If it's ever a ...
  Topic: 59 Catalina
GPster

Replies: 211
Views: 14031

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Tue, Sep 26 2017, 7:23 am   Subject: 59 Catalina
Maybe I've missed it but all this hasn't shown any pics of how the wheel will look in the wheel openings. I have heard comments from different people about how certain cars never appear to have the wh ...
  Topic: What are you doing today? 2017
GPster

Replies: 1184
Views: 77863

PostForum: Rodder's Roundtable   Posted: Sun, Sep 24 2017, 4:49 pm   Subject: What are you doing today? 2017
That certainly is a good color for the mono look. Continuing working on the Jeepster a little bit every day . The sun on my metal building get it hot in there but the morning sun come in when I have t ...
 
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