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New Garage Stuff

New items for the garage remodel.





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Project LS-56 Gets some paint

We are finally at the point where we added some color to project LS-56.



Bel Air off to a new home


SOLD – 1954 MGTF 1500

1954 MGTF 1500. This is a beautiful car and though it is now a TF 1500 it is not numbers matching car. The car has a Moss Motors 5 speed conversion with very low miles since the install. The paint and body look very nice, the seats and dash are in great condition, new clutch, new top, new carpet, new side curtains and full cockpit cover still in the box, new brakes and drums, rebuilt SU carbs. The car runs and drives great and is ready for summer cruising at only $31,000. Curt 615-669-4438

SOLD – 1956 Bel Air 4 door Resto-Mod LS1 EFI 5.3/4L60E


This is a very recent restoration, the body was stripped to bare metal and the car had very little rust. The front floor pans and spare tire wheel well was replace before being repainted in a great looking two tone scheme. The interior to include the head liner and carpet is band new and is covered with a period correct look. This car has been updated to modern technology and should be quite fuel efficient and comfortable to drive any distance. We only have 30 miles on the car sine the restoration completion.

Here are a few of the improvements

LS1 EFI configured 5.3 V8 (2002)
-Custom aluminum radiator dual electric fans with a/c condenser
-Polished radiator core support
-LS Headman coated long tune headers
-3 inch dual exhaust with X pipe and cut outs
-Automatic 4 speed electronic OD 4L60E (2002)
-PS (Upgraded) 605 power steering box
-PB Power Dual master cylinder
-4 wheel disk brakes
-Late model rear end
-New rear spring bushings
-New LS gas tank, in tank pump and braided fuel lines
-Battery relocated to trunk
-New factory style 2 tone interior to include head liner and seat belts
-New Instrument Cluster
-All new rubber around the doors and windows
-All glass in in great condition
-New instrument cluster
-All new EZ-21 wiring harness
-Car was stripped to bare metal and has fresh two tone base coat/clear coat paint.
-Front floor pans are new and trunk tire well
-Lots of chrome and stainless replaced
-New Grille
-New chrome hood bar
-New front bumper
-New tires
Minor Items Needing Attention:
-Rear bumper chrome is driver quality
-Tail light chrome is driver quality
-Steering wheel chrome is fair
-Horn wiring
-Shift indicator
-A/C and Heat
-Radio (not wired or tested)

The NewTrailer Build Is Complete

The new trailer build was completed today, now I just waiting on it leaving Ga and arriving in TN!

2014 Corvette next to 1960 Corvette

All I can say is WOW! A friend from the GM plant had a pre-production 2014 C7 Corvette out at Cars and Coffee today.

We get some nice pictures with our 60, I think this one might be on the list to buy but maybe in red.

Looking at a 911

Looking at a 911 for a friend.

Pink Floyd – Week 16 progress

Week 16 has brought some good progress. Most of the body is ready for paint. We completed painting the underside, engine bay, interior and trunk in Blitz Black.  We have the red and white paint to do the exterior next.

We completed the frame rust repair and it now has a fresh coat of blitz black paint, the rear end is installed and the new front suspension is almost finished. Next will be installing the new stainless steel brake lines.

We still need to paint the motor and bell housing in Chevy Orange but we did finish painting the exhaust manifolds with POR 15 grey high temp paint.

We ordered new tires and wheels this week. We are going with 17×7 chrome Torq Thrust II wheels with 215/55/17 Falcon tires.



New Front SuspensionTest Fit

We did a test fit on the new front suspension test fit tonight. Over all it went in very easy, have a few items to work on still but it is very close to being complete. I installed the upper and lower A Arms, ball joints, steering knuckles and the Rack and Pinion. Still need to install the coil over shocks.