1962 chevy II nova budget hot rod build out of left over spare and used parts homemade paintbooth
we built this nova with a spare engine from my Camaro, hedman headers, a cable style thottle pedal from a Camaro. a b&m unimatic shifter from ebay. bassett wheels from summit. used goodyear tires 185/60/15 from a local shop, scratch n dent aluminum radiator from speedway. flowmaster muffs with pipes from an old truck. affordable paint kit from tcp. V8 springs from ebay, monroe shocks lots of sweat elbow grease and neverdull... paint booth cost was under 100$ pvc pipe, glue, plastic drop coths, spray adhesive. cardboard boxes and walmart box fans and dont forget the duct tape!
1954 Chevy 2 door Rat Rod, Hot Rod Build
Hopefully this will be a video series on my 1954 Chevy build. This is just
going to be a beater hot rod. Nothing fancy, built as cheap as possible.
Please comment with any "Good" ideas. As bad as it looks, it is pretty
solid. A lot of surface rust but not a lot of rot. Floor pans are the worst
but can be patched. Please like this video and comment if you would like to
see more. Please check out my other videos. Thanks
1962 Chevy II Nova, Big Block
My 1962 Chevy II Nova, out for the spring 2011. Been sitting for the last
6-7 winter months in storage (thats why the brakes are howling). Took a
video of it since I was about to send it off to its new owner and I never
really had anything of it all finished.
-454, 10.5:1 Compression, CompCams 288/294 duration, 521/540 lift,
hydraulic roller cam. Alum. heads etc.
-400 turbo trans with 3000 stall
-3" mandrel bent Exhaust with x-pipe
and Dynatech mufflers.
-Narrowed 9" ford, ladder bars, mini tubbed.
-17x7 & 18x9.5 Billet Specialties Vintec Dished wheels
-Shaved all the trim, handles, etc, cowl louvers filled, modified, smoothed
firewall, custom one piece tail lights, tons of subtle changes to the car.
1964 Chevrolet Chevy II (Nova) with ZZ4 Crate Engine
1964 Chevrolet Chevy II (Nova) with ZZ4 Crate Engine. Really start to
appreciate the car once you hear it. Car is being offered for sale at
Check out all the pictures and details here --
The Zero F**ks Given RX7 - /TUNED
Would you drive a car built by a teenager in his parents driveway with no
safety features whatsoever? We did, and now we'll tell you why this ugly
RX7 is so brilliant.
How to Paint 1968 RS Camaro in your Home Garage
Mark Aquino creates a paint booth at home garage for professional show room
finish on this 1968 RS Camaro. To build a paint booth
from home, start with clean concrete floor. Wash off drive way. Use 6 mil
plastic to cover the walls and items stored in the garage. Provide good
air flow by opening the windows and open the garage doors. Paint on a day
when they're low or no wind or breeze. Keep it clean. This 68 RS Camaro will be 2009 Porsche
meteor gray with black stripping. We mask the stripes. Big block Camaros have black rear panels
and though this is a narly small block, we'll be painting the rear panel
all black for the effect. We will water sand and scuff between coats.
2013 Street Rodder Road Tour 1951 Ford Build Time Lapse
Street Rodder Magazine taps Honest Charley Garage to build their flagship
car for the 2013 Street Rodder Road Tour. This project spanned 9 long
months from October 2012 to June 2013. The guys invested thousands of man
hours getting this car right. The result is a fresh take on the classic
shoebox Ford custom. The car has all the lines and custom touches you'd
expect, and adds a wildly modern drive train and contemporary rendition of
the classic business coupe interior. It's a car you expect, full of
genuinely unique ideas and features that set it apart. The boys aimed to
build a car that would make an impact on the custom scene, and did just
that. Check out this time lapse of the entire build process right up until
the reveal of the car at the Chattanooga stop of the 2013 Hot Rod Power
Tour. There are over 26,000 photos shown in this video. It's long at over
15 minutes, but a rare glimpse at the making of a custom street rod, up
close and personal.
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my garage built hotrod
made from a 1930 olds, 1931 chev 5 window coupe, 36 chev truck, 79 GMC
truck and a 65 GTO
engine: 1965 389 ci,#77 heads, 030 over, 296 adv. duration 488 lift stock
crank, stock rods,forged flattops, edelcrapRPM performer, demon 725. 1.5
trans: th350, shift kit, manual valvebody, SNS converter.
rearend: GM 8.5" 10 bolt tall gears! peg leg... for now
rear sus: truck arm, with coil springs, shocks, and a pan hard.
front sus: suicided '30 olds axle, ford radius rods, T spring
chassis: cuztom tapered 2 x 4 box tubing 12" rear kick
rear tires: 30 x 9 cheater slicks
ALL HOME MADE AND HAND BUILT!!!!!!!!
THE CATCHER.... $2600 TOTAL IN WHAT YOU SEE HERE
HOT ROD TV: Nineteen-28
Jordan Graham is a 19 year old hot rod builder from Solvang, Ca. He is
building his dream car. A 28 Roadster on a 32 frame. But how does a young
hot rodder build his car? First he starts out by taking us on a journey
through time in the fields of Solvang , Ca. to find his dream car on this
episode of Hot Rod TV.
Rad Rides Notorious burnout at the
1st Annual Threads Big and Tall Car Show