- Ported the Intake to the Weber 32/34.
- Converted Weber from water-choke to electric-choke.
- Replaced the exhaust system with 2" as per RallyBob's recipe.
- Replaced motor mounts & transmission mount.
You forgot to mention the sawzall you took to it a couple of weeks ago so you can install small bumpers and the interior we stripped out of your 75 Manta.How is the blue car coming along?
I have been prepping the 74 Manta by stripping the red paint, fixing some rust and patching some holes. I am hoping to have it ready for paint by the end of April. I will not be doing any engine, interior or rebuilding any front or rear ends until after Carlisle.
Check the voltage going to the clock. If its low, the clock would most likely lose time.Wow, it sounds like a lot of people have been doing major things. Keep it coming. Opelitis doesn't rest over the winter.
BTW, when I reinstalled my dash, the clock started to work. It loses time, but it moves!!
You know, there is this new high tech invention called a "tarp".Well as for winter work, I saved money so that I would be able to work on mine in nice weather, that was my winter work, my opel or (snopels) sat out all winter the 70 piled up a good 18+ inces on top of her the 69 did the same, and the inside filled up almost all the way to the headliner, it was 62 here the other day, and was nice weather they melted all off and dried out.....now its 27 and 6 inches of snow... :banghead:
I didnt realize the green slime dries out, anyway..I had my front tires removed because I ordered Sumitomo 185/70/131- have green slime removed from front wheels and have the tires rebalanced.