We are about to pull this engine and install an LSX 454 620HP crate engine. We wanted to video the current engine to show it running fine so the owner has verification for it's sale. Pontiac 400 small block
Here's a look at a 54 Chevy Pickup Cab after it has been sprayed with epoxy primer. Epoxy primer is required on all dipped parts for two reasons. First it seals the metal against future rust. Secondly, it's what the primer and paint adhere to.
Tim teaching Nelsa how to paint her 66 Chevelle
1966 Nova LS3 525HP Conversion: this is video of when we started the new LS3 engine for the very first time.
Placing the body on the Art Morrision Chassis.
This video shows just one of the many highly important steps of bodywork. Blocksanding is very important if you want a quality paint job.
69 Camaro getting RideTech air suspension, all new fibergalss dash and interior panels, Wilwood brake upgrades, and more.
In this video you see Tom cutting off the drivers side quarter panel.
Replacing quarter panels, roof skin, trunk floor pan, and a few other sheetmetal parts. In this video Tom is cutting out the old sheetmetal in prep for installation of the new parts.
Replacing the passager quarter door assembly on a 70 Mustang Mach 1. We purhcase the replacement piece through Dynacorn. Tom our fabricator will be welding it into place. Look for updates soon.
Cleaning a 64 Chevelle hood for epoxy after acid dipping. Shows the steps involved in prepping dipped parts for epoxy.
Shows a 64 Chevelle hood after is has been sprayed with epoxy primer. Epoxy is required on all bare metal after it has been through our dipping process. Epoxy seals the metal from future rust and becomes the base for adhesion for primer and paint.
This is a video done at our Metal Dipping Shop.
Shows us putting a Chevy Nomad body into the hot tank.
We are working to create some Tech Videos and will post them soon.
Overview of the challenges we can see on this project.