BIG update! Here’s last weeks progress. Painting The frame is back from the frame shop, and painting is finished! The results I think came out very well. All the paint used on the frame and the body was Rustoleum Professional … Read More
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A lot has happened since I took the body off in late October, just 3 weeks ago! Here is a summary of what’s been done as part of this frame off restoration after the car was stripped to the bare … Read More
“Well, That Escalated Quickly!” That expression is really the theme of this event. The time comes in every man’s life to get fed up with all the annoying little issues and just build everything from scratch. That time for … Read More
his article shows one way to fix GM A Body blinkers for 6 dollars. You can buy a replacement blinker housing, although we don’t all have $100 to fix a simple problem, or often more than one socket needs attention. … Read More
After restoring and painting the rear undercarriage and frame, it became apparent that the rear axle desperately needed the same love and care. It is original to the car and probably worth saving based on that merit. Before Pictures Here … Read More
Over a period about two weeks, in between work and family, I restored the rear undercarriage of the Cutlass. The fuel tank had to be pulled to repair a pinhole leak, and I saw some exposed metal on the floor and … Read More