Totally Custom 1970 Corvette Stingray C3
FREE Corvette Stingray and Classic Car E-Book!
This is a totally custom Corvette Stingray. If you love the C3 generation
Corvette, this is the car for you! It is a widebody, it is drifting on the
track, it does burnouts, and it is fast! This is the coolest Vette ever!
This Corvette is a built car, as you can tell from the sound! It is cammed
and custom, and almost wrecks on the track several times. It is for sale as
http://stores.ebay.com/Bryans-Coins-And-Collectibles is my eBay store for
How to change the headlight motor gear in a C4 Corvette
This video DIY gives an in-depth, step-by-step, how-to take off the
headlight assembly, take off the headlight motor, and change out your worn
gear with a nice new one.
If your headlights are not going up, or it goes up but easily falls back
down, this is what you need to do to fix it. It is cheap ($5 for a new
plastic gear or $50 for a bronze one).
This is really easy to do and it will save you a lot of money. The dealer
wanted $300 per light. This takes an hour each light if you take your time!
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Corvette C4 1986 Frankenstein Restoration
This is my 1986 Corvette. My wife named him Frankenstein. Frankie for
short. I restored this car from the ground up. It was a neglected C4
Corvette. I got the car with a new built up 350 engine. I restored the
entire car myself. I painted it, reupholstered the seats, new black
interior, weatherstripping, air conditioning system. I changed the 700R4
trans to a 4+3 Doug nash transmission. I also rebuilt the 4+3 overdrive
myself. New tires, brakes, rack & pinion. Upgraded the alternator, new
digital dash. I can go on and on, but lets just say. This car is like a
brand new 1986 Corvette. It has it all. You wont find one swirl in my black
paint. Its black glass. I have never done so much work on a car. I am
keeping it for life.
1987 Chevrolet Corvette Tune up
Find all your tune-up parts at http://www.apdty.com
Click the above link to find tune up parts for your vehicle. In this video
we'll show you how to install spark plugs and wires to tune up a 1987
Why Cut Up a C4 Corvette?
When the fourth generation Corvette was introduced in 1984, many innovative
build techniques were implemented. Early Corvette amenities were becoming
standard equipment while new options filled every available inch of dash
space. The 1984-1989 C4 dash had more modules and controllers to integrate
behind an already tight dash area. 1990-1996 Corvettes added more modules
along with airbags to the already restricted dash space.
After years of working with C4′s, it was apparent that any one without
good information would have a difficult time diagnosing electrical issues.
Repairing would also be difficult because many internal dash components can
not be seen. For example, anyone that has had the daunting task of
replacing a heater core in a C4 knows how tough the dashboard is to work
C4 body and chassis construction was another area that was new to the
automotive industry. Stranded fiberglass body panels were no longer used,
as Sheet Molded Composite (SMC) panels were implemented. The SMC panels
were similar in construction with the exception of two epoxy panels
sandwiched as a mat material. In this application, the epoxy panels and
mat are pressed under high pressure in a mold to form body panels. Chassis
and body are then integrated as uni-body construction, requiring different
repair techniques for both body and chassis. We often wondered if anyone
at GM had to replace a taillight bulb or service an antenna.
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See the passenger's side at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQRKjYvsdyA.