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Discussion in 'General Non Truck Discussions' started by HALIFAXHOPS, Dec 19, 2015.
I feel for everyone out there who is having nasty weather, we have had a very nice summer so far.
It has cooled off for a few days. The hot and nasty is to return for the weekend. It could wait till next winter.
Wow oven cleaner to remove undercoating works great just hit it with a pressure washer.
And to think someone paid good money to have that under coating installed.
Have it listed on FABO 65 oem undercoating 10,000 a gram! Thread took off!
Just one week after Bob gets out of the hospital he is helping our son remove the motor in his Nova, today they will finish putting together the new motor then install on Friday
This is a real nova!
Hot and humid weather is making a comeback for the weekend.
Yes that is what we are being told also. Hot and humid. I will be avoiding the out of doors next week anyway. Doctors orders.
Any one need this got it for the knobs. 6t0 and the ride to this group it works
Got a few days of very low humidity with temps in the high 80's. Over night temps actually hit 68-69 which is unheard of for the Houston area. I'm only 9 miles from Galveston Bay and man, humidity that low is a God send! Oh yeah, got some stuff done without sweating my butt off...
Bob and our son installed the motor he rebuilt yesterday in our sons Cheby
Pretty thing isn't it. I just don't like working on GM stuff. My time working at a GM dealership was enough to discourage wanting anything further to do with them to this day.
Well his Nova must be running great, he left this pile in Bobs shop for the night!
Just for the night
Got any stories?
In 1973 you can imagine how far engines set back. Climbing into engine compartments was the morm on anything family size. Why GM ever put distributors on the rear of engines.
Morning everyone, we have some very decent weather here in the NW,
Mid 90's today and humid pop up T storms then a cold front!
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