1956 Chevy Pick-Up Street Rod
A very cool Hot Rod Truck..with a 502 Cadillac in it...James Dad built the
truck and left it to him when he passed a way...he is very proud of
both..for good reason..ck it out!!!
CHEVY BOMBAS -- Year By Year -- 1937 thru 1954
A video featuring Chevy Bombs from the years 1937 through 1954. This is the
generally accepted period that is recognized as the "bomb" era.
Production of most American automobiles was stopped in early 1942 to allow
factories to provide materials for use by the armed forces during WW2.
There were no 1943, 1944 and 1945 models. Production resumed after the war
with the 1946 model.
The easiest way to identify the various year models is from the
front/grille area and the differances are illustrated here.
1955 Chevy Truck ( 2 year BackYard Rebuild Step by Step )
Me and my Dad started this truck about 2 years ago, from the frame up. It
was originally owned by my grandfather but it sat for the last 18 years and
got totally rusted out, lots of rust cancer, it would have been easier for
me to get a cheap donor truck with a straight body to do the build with,
but I wanted to breathe life back into my Grandfathers truck, so let's just
say there was a lot of cutting and welding done to this truck. I C Notched
the rear End, put 4 inch drop mono leaf springs in the rear I still had to
use some blocks to raise it a little more to get the rack I wanted, I put
in a Heidts Front Clip, 700R Tranny, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Disc
Brakes, it has a small 305 in it right now just to get around town, but i
have a 350 sitting in my shed to get rebuilt heavy
SOLD: 1956 Chevy Step-Side New Build CA
Sold is a new build 1956 Chevy Stepside pickup. This vehicle received a
complete frame-up rebuild with now just 600 miles: 355ci / 350 block
w/flatop pistons, comp cam, edelbrock manifold, 750 cfm Holley carb, GM
Performance serpintine belt system w/power steering pump and alternator.
Hurst shifter w/a GM 4-speed manual transmission. Power disc brakes. Brand
new tuck and roll interior upholstery. Immaculate wood bed and attaching
hardware. Sparkling chrome. Detailed undercarriage befitting the exterior
of the vehicle. This truck is one to keep.
For additional information please phone Dave Henry at 805 705 4924.
Price: $28,500 obo
Chevy Blend Door Actuator Replacement - Part 1
This video describes the basic task of replacing one of the cooling system
blend door actuators. As described in the video, we have a 2010 Traverse
that all of a sudden started only blowing HOT air into the passenger seat.
After days of internet study, I found that it was most likely the "blend
door actuator". I found a cool parts diagram of the AC system, so knew
where to look. After finding the bad actuator, I removed it, ordered the
part, and am ready to install the working part.
1950 Chevy 3100, Bagged,Rat Rod, Bad Ass Part 1
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