Social Media Roundup Week 3
Each week, we're gathering some of the photos of what our followers are working on, stories about their cars, and the most eye-catching photos this week from our Facebook page.
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“My 83 Camaro sport coupe. I bought it 15 years ago for 350 bucks. It sat for nearly 20 years before I swapped it to a 305 and got it on the road in 2018. Took it to a show and drove it over the summer till the trans went. Had to sell a bunch of parts to pay bills. 2019 I swapped in a lq4 6.0 and a 4l65e. I've done all the work by myself learning along the way.” - Dan F.
“Henry J gasser from Sweden. The only one in Scandinavia. Chevy 350. Saginaw. Needs to get an exhaust system and wiring before I can register it as a street car.” - Hammer B.
“Finally bought my dream car, a 1956 Oldsmobile 98, last year after almost 30yrs. Making changes here and there to make it a little more of a daily driver.” - Rob G.
“Thanks for the parts my build was a 1928 Pontiac. Was found in Tennessee in storage along with many others all were original. Mine had 22,000 miles no rust one very small dent frame off to build has a 5.0 Mustang motor 5 speed T mac transmission holly sniper fuel system a six year build.” - Michael C.
“1931 Ford Sport coupe found in a barn that sat for nearly 50 years. Car was converted to a truck during the war for gas rations.” - Jose R.
“We have to keep generations of gear heads so important to teach them so we can keep this amazing circle of people going. The most amazing people I have ever met in my life were Gear heads.” - Stacy C.
“Took the Chevelle for a mail run the other day, got distracted and drove right by it. 10 miles to the nearest highway.” - Morris P.
“Our home built Hotrod started in 1996. Lots of Speedway parts and lots of one off parts.” - Albert T.
“This is my mid-engine Corvair project. 350/330 SBC, Porsche Boxster S 6 speed, C4 rear suspension on coilovers. Power windows/locks, push to start, keyless, electric power steering. Put 3000 miles on it last summer shaking it down. This winter (after this pic) I mini-tubbed it for 275/35-18's, added 63 Corvette side gills in the rear quarters for fresh air intakes. Next I'll be working on installing factory A/C.” - Wes J.
“Keeping busy in my shop during social distancing.” - Tim C.
“We are in a lock down situation in Western Australia. So a good time to do some work on my 29A replica hot rod. Making a hand formed aluminium hood. Fixing windscreen mounting points and some tidying up work.” - Cliff H.