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As you all know locating any parts for these early Chevy's is tough, the goal of this forum is to bring the restorers, lowriders, street & rat rodders together.
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March 04, 2015, 12:42:27 AM by Coley | Views: 26 | Comments: 0
I had a customer come across one of my old catalogs that shows the TRICO wiper transmission parts that I used to sell.
He asked if I still made them. I haven't made any in 13 years since my fire.
I found the threaded ball pivots that were cast into them and the old mold,
so I made some up for him.
I thought maybe some one here might be in need of some.
Here is a few pictures of them.
They sell for $10.00 a pair + $3.00 s/h.
March 03, 2015, 07:36:04 PM by ghost28
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Almost complete dash guage pod for a 27 chevy coach. Shoot me an offer?
March 02, 2015, 06:23:41 PM by EDNY
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My old stumping grounds (Buffalo, NY)
See the 6.2 Liter LT4 made by robots
at the GM Tonawanda plant in Buffalo, NY
This is a startling revue of the power and
speed of robotic manufacturing
One of it's main products is the most powerful car engine on the road - A 650 monster powerplant that pushes the new Corvettes.
And you'll be amazed at not only what these robots can do, but also at their speed on the really tough jobs, the delicacy and accuracy.
March 02, 2015, 01:06:07 PM by vette59jdwl
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http://www.restorodstogo.com/search/label/Chevrolet Thought maybe some of you fellows would like to see how they assembled some of these cars back in the day I thought it sort of interesting seeing that i toured the General Motors truck plant at least 5 days a week back in the 90's and it was 75% more robotic and more automatic than in those days vette59jdwl
March 02, 2015, 11:32:45 AM by EDNY
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Wanted to share this article for making strapless door stops.
Originally located it in Street Rodder magazine, April 2012 Page 74
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