i was wondering if i have to rebuild..i know the rockers and timing is ticking but around 0:29 into the video you hear the knock when the car accelerates...the car has 500,000 miles so i was thinking if i should just get a new engine or rebuild...ooh and plz no bullshit comments. this video is for info only not for showing off..---- I JUNKED THIS CAR---
Chuck's Camaro #2: 307 Rebuild Part 1
In this video Brent and I tear down a 327 donor engine and the 307 that was
original to the car. We then clean up the 307 block, heads, and other
engine parts. After meeting Chuck the previous owner I am renaming the
project after him. He was a total hot rodder back in the day and smoked a
lot cars. Nobody believed the Camaro had 307 in it.
Oldsmobile 307 V8 Build Part 5
Taking out the pistons led me to discover that the bearing and crank shaft
are damage far far beyond any hope of repair.
One bearing was so bad that it ate itself away, as well as the crank shaft
to a measurable degree.
I've never seen something this bad, and can't believe the owner got this
far without thinking the clunks they are hearing where bad.
2 Owner 1983 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royal Brougham
This is a Very nice 2 Owner Oldsmobile Delta 98 Royale Brougham. It is a
VERY NICE car and runs and steers wonderfully. If you are looking for a
clean 80's Boxy GM in the 80's models you will be hard pressed to find a
cleaner one. This is it I love these 1 & 2 Owner cars people seem to
maintain them better. Inside is Beautiful on this car. Make sure and check
out my channel i have Lots of Clean Unique EURO, Muscle and Classic cars.
Make sure and check out my website at Http://www.Cerealmarshmallows.com and
click on Blog when you get there. Also give me a call anytime Nathan
Wratislaw 406 544 6919
1959 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Flagship
This 1959 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight is finished in its factory colors of
Polaris White & Bronze Mist. It is powered by the 394 cubic inch Rocket V8.
They don't build 'em like this anymore! Lets ride! Filmed with Texas
Classic Cars of Dallas, another samspace81 classic car production.
Built 307 first start (Open headers)
This is the engine in my truck and I've had it torn down almost all the way
and then put a better set of heads on it (Bigger valves) Highrise intake,
new cam with a .470 lift, lifters, roller rockers, Chrome valve covers too.
I'm just building this engine up cause its what I've got, plus wll the
parts on this will fit on a 350, so I can re-use these parts for when I
build a 383 for it. By the way, the carb isn't right, I'm having it rebuilt
now. should have it back today.
Information about Oldsmobile V8 engines
In this video I talk about the "late" Oldsmobile V8 and offer tips on how
to identify them by number.
"Late" in this instance means 1964-1990. Early('49-64) Olds engines are an
entirely different block, etc.
Sometimes my info gets a bit twisted when it stays inside my head for a
while, so a correction is that '77-80 heads are 3A, not 4A. 4A heads are
Also, to clarify and avoid confusion, this...7 A is a 350 head, this...7A
is a later 307 head. You can also tell the difference easily by the ports.
Late 307 and 260 ports are half the size of any other versions.
Trivia: The Olds 403 was used in 1977-79 Pontiac Trans-Am's, but not all of
Of note...the engine in the video is painted the incorrect shade of gold,
which appears to be the Krylon generic gold. The proper shade is slightly
darker and less "glitzy"
Old Video of my Oldsmobile Delta 88 with blown 307
It wa a sad day back in Feb. I hooked up my oil pressure gauge and started
the car, the motor made a loud bang and stalled, then it started to sound
like this. This video is VERY OLD and now the car had a 350 Olds in it.
Look at my other videos to see how the car is now!
1985 Cutlass Salon
this is a video of my cutlass salon....i wanted to do more but a random guy
came up and started offering me money for my car lol honestly ill sell it
but more than the 3 grand he offered me lol....the motor is the original
307 OLDSMOBILE engine rebuilt bored .030 over with a mild cam in
it...edelbrock intake plenum and carb...i forget the CFM for the carb but
its nothing crazy like an 850 lol...i still want to put new drums and
rotors and pads on it and i need to replace the idler arm and the coolent
resevoir or aka the degas bottle haha...of course like i said in the video
i need to tighten up on the belts...it was a LOT worse than that before i
made the video
My 1986 Buick Regal Rebuild
Hey guys posting this video of my 1986 Regal 307. Did it for gbodyforum.com
because someone wanted a bit of motivation to rebuild their regal hehe :).
so here she is, my 2 month labor of love.
-New 307 5.0L V8
-New 700R4, 4 Speed Transmission with overdirve, Jegster custom
crossmember, and Energy Suspension Polyurethane Transmission mount
-Dual Flowmaster Super 44 Exhaust
coming from 2 Flowtech headers
-1976 Rochester 4BBL Quadrajet Carburetor 1706 Series with 1 inch Wilson
Manifolr Carb spacer
-HEI Distributor with Street Fire spark plug wires and AC Delco spark plugs
-Stock Aluminum intake manifold
-Aluminum Champion Crossflow Radiator
engine bay was completely gutted and cleaned of grease/rust then repainted
and car has no more EGR or computer system, computer was ripped out
completely and smog crap was torn off also, "gotta pollute to scoot" which
i heard from a wise person once lol. whats funny is i get better gas
mileage then ever before after all this work so yeah...running 89 octane by
I think thats about it but you can get the full story from visiting my 2
forum pages at:
oh and sorry i couldnt rev it much at the end, my neighbors were outside
and they kinda don't like noise so uhhh i dunno lol ill try and get a
better rev video, maybe :o and also sorry for the upside down filming at
the end too .but yep. and feel free to comment or send me emails if you got
questions. i will answer them to the best of my ability.
Chuck's Camaro #3: 307 Rebuild Part 2
In this video we continue our rebuild of the 307 small block Chevy. Brent
was doing most of work but Ryan and I helped as well. We all had a good
time and I learned a lot. It was nice to see all the hard work of cleaning
parts payed off. Warning: this video contains some strong language.