Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Station Wagon Projects' started by blacksnake, Aug 13, 2010.
In California we (I) call it medium? Not limo and not lightest?
20% sounds right, Ryan
Yeah, it looks like about 20%. In MO you aren't allowed to have anything under 35% on the front doors...legally anyway. 5% I believe is "Limo Tint"
My wagon has the 35% up front and 20% everywhere else...I didn't go with the windshield eyebrow.
Had a great day at the Riverside Show and go cruise Friday night until about 830. Then went home and went to bed......kind of.....Got up at 230 to leave by 3 to get back to the show as there were 1000 cars this year and I knew where I wanted to park...........in the shade. It was a great weekend. When some one posts a link to pics of the show I will put it out.
Here we are at the "cruise" portion of the three day show.
man BS....it sure must be nice to actually get out and drive her!!!
congrats on a great job
Car looks great man. Look forward to seeing some more pics from the show.
Good job man! Just remember the journey you took to get her to the daily driver situation. It was worth it wasn't it? There is always satisfaction from completing the project and being able to enjoy it. I am almost there with my project wagon so right now I am jealous.
Ryan... the Wagon has turned out great, Congradulations!
Beautiful, just beautiful! I bet you had a blast...
Nothing like it
There is not a feeling in the world like driving a project for the first time, I am addicted to restoring cars I love the payoffs, this is number 2 for me, I am so attached to the first two and can not even think about selling them. I am running out of room however, so something must go???? Maybe I will just hold up for a while and help my friends at the shop for a couple of years, I am not sure that will suffice, LOL. Thanks for the congrats.
PS there is talk of a 514 cubic inch motor and some slightly altered wheel wells for either of my last two projects, just cant seem to leave well enough alone, LOL
Was the Mustang project no. 1?
So to speak, I bought the Cobra with no motor and transmission. I had the motor and trans put into the Cobra, so it wasn't like I really did anything on that one except provide the casH, lol.
So the mustang was the first project not the first car. I have since the mustang bought and sold without starting them as projects, a 1952 ford truck and A 1963 Galaxie boxtop. I don't miss the truck but I wish like heck I would not have sold the Galaxie. I bought it (California Car) rust free for 1k. I sold it for 2k but cant find another as clean anywhere.... I would buy it back but it is in Australia
Yes I am addicted to cars LOL
Have a great day. Ryan
And so another resto project....and accompanying thread....draws to a close? Supporting music please......!
Great job Ryan on that Comet........especially with all the supporting . Keep us informed on any new developments with this car and with any new projects!
The only things I have really done is adjust the steering box, it was very scary the day I drove her home, but now its great, I have what sounds like a belt squeak somewhere on the front of the motor. I took both belts off and ran her and still had the noise. I tried to use a big screwdriver to the ear trick but just cant seem to pinpoint it. I have narrowed it down to maybe a fuel pump squeak? Will work on her on Friday, I will drive her to the shop as she is snug in her garage now. We have a show Sunday at J an J speed shop, I will try to post pics. Cheers Ryan
australins love 63 gals please send more
Never again, LOL. I miss her and her rust free body!!!!