: Hello, all.
Dec 7th, 06, 10:36 PM
I have a few cars, so I've been on Teams Chevelle and Nova already. I have a 68 Chevelle SS clone and a 77 Nova SS BB 4-speed car. I built a 79 454 Camaro for my wife a while back, but I never finished it. Just enough to drive it. All new mechanicals and sheet metal. Interier is unfinished and the body is in primer. One of these days I'll finish it.
Lost in the 60's
Dec 8th, 06, 05:39 AM
Welcome......never too many Chev's in the family..:) I have a 70 Chevelle too...it's my "someday" project. Do you work second shift ??;)
Dec 8th, 06, 04:14 PM
welcome, glad to have you aboard! lots of good folks and lots of knowledge! enjoy!
Dec 8th, 06, 04:34 PM
Welcome projects take time.
Dec 8th, 06, 06:21 PM
Welcome to Team Camaro! Restoring project cars take time. Set some goals and stick with them. We are here to help you answer any questions you might have about your project cars. Good luck! :waving:
Dec 9th, 06, 10:30 AM
Welcome redfox hit it ,unless your a sever figure guy$$$$$$ and have someone else build it ,Take your time ,have fun ...Happy Motoring
Dec 9th, 06, 11:04 AM
Dec 9th, 06, 05:15 PM
Hey Mitch, I own a hotrod shop so I usually stay up late and wake up around 8:00 to be at the shop at 9:00. I've been on these sights as late as, I think, 3:am. Try not to do that alot, 8:00 can still come early if your not ready for it. The good thing is, my boss is real understanding when I'm late!:D
Lost in the 60's
Dec 9th, 06, 06:18 PM
Hey Mitch, I own a hotrod shop ...... my boss is real understanding when I'm late!:D
Cool ! that would be fun to have. I'm self employed too, but leased to a carrier. If I'm not at the quarry by 6:45am, the phone is ringing ....:sad: Oh well, such is life....plenty of time to sleep these days...my last day of work was Nov 27.
Dec 9th, 06, 06:44 PM
I did the OTR thing before I went into the Army. I was an O/O for Allied Van Lines for a few years. I've had the shop since 91, but it's mainly been a sideline deal. When I got out of the Army, I decided to go full time with the shop. So far, it's been REAL busy. 7 days a week and about 10 hours a day. Good thing my wife wrenches too.:thumbsup: