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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-07-2011, 07:22 PM Thread Starter
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I am also good at research and troubleshooting so I may be able to help as long as it is not super rare stuff. The reason is me and my Dad usually have weird stuff that seems to happen on our cars and no one else. I specialize mainly in 58s and 59s but can do the leg work for other years. So give me a shot if you are stumped or can't find something. I know most of the Chevy research sights for these beasts. I also have resto rodded a 59 Chevy Bel Air 4 door. Bet you didn't know a 77 Chevy Impala fuel tank fits almost perfect with a shortened filler neck in a 59. I also have swapped engines from a 94 GMC Yukon to a 93 FS Blazer. Swapped engines in a 1990 Beretta GTZ. Reringed a 350 and set the lifters and numerous odds and ends. I know how to swap HEI and internal reg alternators into cars. Also bet you didn't know the 4x4 Chevy and GMC 67-72 frame is pretty much the same as the 73-87 besides axles. Also have knowledge in the old inliner department and kustom tricks from the 40s 50s and 60s. But remember not a know it all.

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Bet you didn't know a 77 Chevy Impala fuel tank fits almost perfect with a shortened filler neck in a 59.
Nope never tried that one LOL. I prefer to keep it in my 77 Impala.


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They are nice cars but got a good offer for the shape mine was in as a derby car. I kicked a little ford fusion's butt on the interstate. Was as I figured all looks and no power so I blew by him after a mile or so. before the front seal blew out and spun a bearing lol.

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