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As you all know locating any parts for these early GM vehicles is tough, the goal of this forum is to bring the restorers, lowriders, street & rat rodders together.
There are plenty of forums out there and it's a pain trying to locate Chevy/GM parts tucked in all of those Ford, Dodge, Plymouth etc ads. Some forums don't like mixing restored cars with custom cars, we'll focus on the early BOWTIE's....but mix it up some. To be clear we love all vintage vehicles regardless of make..it's just tough locating the Govt Motors stuff!
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February 07, 2016, 08:48:20 PM by TFoch
Views: 27 | Comments: 2
Ever look back and say, why did I let that car go? When I was a kid my Dad did some work for a guy and for payment got a 35 Ford 3 window coupe with a rumble seat. Yeah we had to borrow his friends 33 Ford wrecker to go get it but it sat in our garage until I was 18. I remember going out to the garage to sit and play in it. When I graduated high school my Dad gave it to me. I gave it back to him a few months later when I bought a 70 Chevy Nova. Back then muscle cars ruled and I needed a car to cruse Elm street in Manchester. Some old guy bought it from Dad and restored it so it didn't go to waste. What is your story?
February 05, 2016, 08:53:34 PM by EDNY
Views: 37 | Comments: 3
Just installed a TPI small block engine in my dually project and want to run a mechanical fan, have a temporary fan and hose for now. This is the 1994 cab I installed on a 1995 3500HD chassis - almost done - runs great.
What I need is a 1-1/4" inside diameter flex hose with a 90 degree bend on one end, the hose needs to be approx 29" long. Attached a picture of the hose style I need....been searching online and at my local Advance Auto rack...no luck yet.
February 05, 2016, 05:09:10 PM by voided | Views: 60 | Comments: 2
currently looking for another frame as i found some work id rather not repair.
after realizing my body is not a 1931 like others have stated and its indeed a 1928.
Are the frames that different between the 1928 and 1932's, and other then length is it still possible to use the later? how about truck frame's?
the frame will be boxed and zee'd running a drop axle up front and a newer rear with ladder bars and air ride all around.
Im sorry if this is a repetitive question but after looking over this forum and 3 others i wasnt able to find what i was looking for thru searching
February 04, 2016, 11:26:15 AM by TLM88068
Views: 36 | Comments: 2
Hey everyone, I have redone my website, and therefore, the store! Make sure you stop by and check it out! If you don't have your Official Hat and Tshirt yet, now's the time to grab one!!
THE NEW RUSTY BOWTIE STORE!
February 03, 2016, 05:56:07 PM by EDNY
Views: 103 | Comments: 9
Here is a link to a guy that does some really outstanding patina paint jobs. He'll take a mint looking truck and when he's finished, it looks rusty, sun beat and even has faux dents.
You'll need to look around his site to see his creations.
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Did You Ever Let A Car Slip Through Your Fingers? by TFoch
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