|'72 Oldsmobile Faux-Four-Two Build
Part 1: Scoring a free engine to get the party started!
Part 2: Cleaning and installing the engine
Part 3: Charging system and headlights
Part 4: Headlight relay mounting
Part 5: Bodywork and (cheap) paint
Part 6: Heater core and removing the AC housing
Part 7: Grilles and front bumper
Part 8: Beauty pic and gas prices!
'71 455 Build
Part 1: Teardown, cleaning and inspection
Part 2: Salvaging some old, nasty heads
| '72 Oldsmobile Cutlass Front End Rebuild
Part 1: Getting started and removing the master cylinder
Part 2: Removing the old brake lines and antisway bar
Part 3: Popping the tie rods and ball joints loose
Part 4: Removing the shocks, a-arms and steering box
Building a Fake W-27
Part 1: Buying the used axle and fixing a broken shock mount
Part 2: Finishing the shock mount repair
Part 3: Rebuilding the brakes
|Steering Wheel Conversion
Adapting an older wheel to a newer column
|Patching a Valve Cover
Repairing a hole that somebody poked in a valve cover.
|Patching a Rust Hole
Fixing some rust in the Toronado rear quarter
|Resplining an axle
Cutting new splines in a Currie axle shaft.
| Patching an Oil Pan
Cutting out and patching a really bad old fix
|Studebaker Crankshaft Shim
Making a hard-to-find part and fitting it to an old V8 engine
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