The crew is working 12 plus hour days to design, fabricate, assemble, plumb, wire my C10 pickup so that we can go cruising. Yesterday we made great strides on the fabrication side of things, checking off items, which include the radiator mount, stainless steel exhaust "x-pipe" and V-band joints, as well as custom flaring stainless steel brake lines. The Cab of the C10 is still not back on the custom tube chassis. Maybe that will happen tomorrow.
We have less than a week to get my 1967 Chevy C10 running and driving so that we can cruise it to MRC Fabrication in Kernersville, North Carolina. We are going to drive it there on Sunday March 7th to go check out the progress on my 1961 Cadillac Coupe DeVill. You guys are welcome to meet us there if you want. The address is 616 Indeneer Drive, Kernersville, NC 27284.
All of the C1 videos we are uploading this week have been made possible by the good folks at Wire Care. Wire Care distributes everything you need to wire and plumb your hot rod, muscle car, truck, drift car or tricycle and we are using everything from battery cable to heat shielding products during the thrash to finish my C10. Want to see more? Visit www.wirecare.com
There's also bonus daily content on Wirecare's Instagram account, which is @wirecare_inc
and Here is a link to the Fireflex product we used to protect our battery cable: www.wirecare.com/category/braided-sleeving/extreme-temperature-sleeving/fireflex
Like my radiator? Here's a link to the Delta PAG's website: deltapag.com/
Like that Eastwood Tools flaring tool? go here: www.eastwood.com/professional-brake-tubing-flaring-tool.html?gclid=CjwKCAiAp4KCBhB6EiwAxRxbpN1527M6UyxJvaUQAL6VWqwXXRw3gcHbU6AfJHNgdKmmVsQC2_DnsRoCqTwQAvD_BwE
Want some Finnegan Speed and Marine swag? Go here: www.fsmgarage.com
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Mar 4, 2021