today i got outta the store after driving around all day and my car wouldnt start, i turn the key and to clicking sound no attempt at the engine...
lets hope 3rd time really is a charm, damn aode! i treated it good after the first rebuild BUT i did take it to a shady shop and now im using a place...
what does weather have to do with chroming? seems like a lengthy expensive process tho forsure :bang:
damn im running at 40psi :shock:
curious what you folks run for air pressure on this size of tire? whats best for gas milage and performance?
is this possible? and would the price be thru the roof? my rims are a lil worse for wear and could use a new layer of chrome
Stock Block 302
thanks, will dig up my haynes and check it out :nice:
i removed my tint and i accidently razor bladed a few of my rear defrost connections, not the wire but the coating stuff on top, so now some dont...
i was gonna use a dremel but my dad was upstairs sleeping so i didnt want to make a ton of noise in the garage, so i used tin-snips....the cut was...
what did you guys use to cut the fender to make the filter fit in there? did you paint over the cut part so its not raw metal showing?
frenco at home depot- gotcha
thanks for the help :nice:
i'll try to get it on tonight and take pics? :shrug:
yah , pics are always good :D
gorgeous car sldghmr :nice: where did you buy your hood?
the owners son at my work does that with him camaro. yes we all tell him to go for it and he goes and does it and we all laugh at him cuz hes a moron.
i like how the lenses are clear , yet still red on the 96 - 98 i wish for the 94 - 95 you could get the clear red lenses for em :nice:
I plan to add locking hood pins (the security type) and side scoops for the brake cooling vents. Also add the 18 inch Saleen rims and a carbon fiber...
:worship: :jaw: :drool:
that says it all :hail2:
Hello This Belongs In The Talk Forum Smart Guys.
shut up :nice: