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3 months ago
jasonscorvairs
Is it still for sale?
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4 months ago
jasonscorvairs
Cody nice work! Thanks for showing us the before and after repairs pictures. Cody do you have any recommendations on DYI paint guns. Ebay has some good deals on Epoxy primer PPG
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4 months ago
jasonscorvairs
Get new bearings, get crank polished,and change oil often, Follow what Richard says and Happy Corvair driving.
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5 months ago
jasonscorvairs
Does anyone know a guy that does work on Clocks like Bob Did.
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5 months ago
jasonscorvairs
I use to use a hot water parts washer cabinet at work. But last engine I did I used an old dish washer for all my parts and triple up on the dishwasher soap. But don't use the one in your kitchen.Hot water works awsome. Takes about 3 to 4 hours.
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6 months ago
jasonscorvairs
Or buy this
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6 months ago
jasonscorvairs
Amazing write-up and the detail of work done to this van is amazing. WOW! Thanks for sharing your talented work and info.
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6 months ago
jasonscorvairs
I am thinking maybe a guy could buy one of the ebay kits and convert it to a my welder on a real low setting just like the battery one, maybe one a tig welder
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6 months ago
jasonscorvairs
Matt just like this
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6 months ago
jasonscorvairs
Thanks Frank Do you have the "professional car repairing machines" that go with this tool? Now I understand how one of those tools works. You need the special welding box. To bad there wasn't a attachment to hook up to a Mig welder. Now i will look for a used stud welder
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6 months ago
jasonscorvairs
After watching that video 3 times, I am kicking myself about giving my Jitterbug sander to someone to use, and never seen it again.
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6 months ago
jasonscorvairs
Here is one of the videos i was watching.
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6 months ago
jasonscorvairs
Hi looking for any advice on dent pullers. Come January I am going to get back on the 68 body work. There is a couple areas that is not accessible to body hammer. Seen a couple videos on dent pulling and was looking for some inexpensive dent pullers like this Ebay tool. Or does anyone have something used for sale that they are not using. Thanks for any info and advice. Or this one
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8 months ago
jasonscorvairs
Regan Very interesting. I'm going to look a some used pistons with rods. And next time I get some rods and pistons done. Thanks
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8 months ago
jasonscorvairs
How much Canadian dollars do you want for it Hey
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9 months ago
jasonscorvairs
The Eaton E-ZClip system is way better. I have my 71500 A/C Hydraulic crimper which I don't use anymore. Thinking of selling. The E-ZClip system is more user friendly and fitting can be reused. Easy to splice hoses and make repairs
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9 months ago
jasonscorvairs
Thanks for the info
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9 months ago
jasonscorvairs
Cody Your turbo car looks amazing. Love to see it in person.
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9 months ago
jasonscorvairs
I have been thinking of my 4 door pillar caps. I have a perfect set that are Red color. I really do not want to paint them as I need to change them to Blue. At one time Clark's was going to make repos and they need them for molds. Nothing ever came up from that. Has any one have any ideas on making some metal ones or to make a mold to make some from fiberglass. My original blue ones are all
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1 year ago
jasonscorvairs
Any color is good. Just like Mark says about painting them. That's why I haven't. I just keep using the 67 blue ones that are cracked and have missing pieces. I keep thinking about shaping some out of tin.
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1 year ago
jasonscorvairs
Hope it comes true. I have some red ones that are perfect, mint, and haven't seen the sun since 1970's. Been waiting before I decide to paint them blue. They are still soft. Or would trade them for blue ones. There is a picture on another post. Would also be nice to make from tin or copper
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5 years ago
jasonscorvairs
Picture of my daily driver yesterday after we got 3 feet of snow.
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1 year ago
jasonscorvairs
Just buy the right S**t and get over it. Its only a harness. Put it on your credit card. All the energy wasted. Time
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1 year ago
jasonscorvairs
Joel is that a Palomino Ivory 68 coupe in your picture?
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1 year ago
jasonscorvairs
Those red covers I think are my covers. I need pictures of the weather strip seals not in a car so I can try to find something that would work at the auto wreckers. Say from a big old Cadillac or something.
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1 year ago
jasonscorvairs
Hi Matt can you post a picture of your seat track extenders.
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1 year ago
jasonscorvairs
Can someone if they have some of these out of the car, post a picture of them.
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1 year ago
jasonscorvairs
Thank You Mark PM sent
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1 year ago
jasonscorvairs
I am looking for any info on where I can buy some of these weather strip seals right and left for a 65 four door. They go on the body pillars. They seal the corners of the doors. Clarks does not make. The pictures of the seals or weatherstips are from another 4 door. Thanks for any help.
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1 year ago
jasonscorvairs
Had a Excellent time at this Econo Run.Car ran just beautiful. Sure is nice meeting up with friends from Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. Great Job Pacific Northwest
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