Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
This is Lucynell, she is a 1963 Oldsmobile F-85 station wagon, which has a list of body modifications which could probably fill a book. The picture shown though, is 10 years old though, so you would be thinking that by now she would be painted, gleaming, and perfect. Wrong! She has felt neglect, and even when my family tried to work on her in the past, thing's didn't go as planned, and finally the oil pump failed on the buick 215 in her, and I ended up buying her.
This is her now, and although she might look worn due to time, she is in the process of new life. The front brakes have been converted to disks, a new buick 215 is in the process of having all the good performance parts put on it, and the engine bay is being cleaned up and repainted.
As you can see from this picture, there is still a fair amount of engine bay work to do, but its easy to see that a lot of work has already been put in, and to be honest, its getting close to being done.
The mild 215, Edelebrock 4 barrel intake with 390cfm double pumper, aftermarket distributor, and spark plugs are all that have been done so far.
Scarebird disk brake conversion in place, and working well now. So for now, this is where she sits, but by the middle of August hopefully she will be painted and looking good again, with a panned rear bumper, and some other body modifications that will begin soon.
Monday, June 25, 2012
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Probably the most well known Camaro in history, Big Red, is still at it, and with records everywhere, its obvious to see why its so famous. It's hard to believe that in 1993 the car was hitting 230 miles per hour, when today the most expensive of supercar's only reach 280 miles per hour.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Warning, some vulgar language in this video. The racing though, priceless! In fact, some of the best driving I have ever seen. No prep races are becoming more popular, and this is why, although it seems very dangerous to risk everything like that, it makes it really exciting. It's like a wild west gun show!