Today I installed the drivers side rear power window conduit. Easy, right? Not so much! I got some pics from the guys at www.chevytalk.com showing where and how they are installed. Interestingly, they look kinda “back yard” the way the holes in the doors are cut with a hole-saw. Guess not many 59-60 Chevrolet 4-doors… Continue reading Rear Door Power Window Conduit
Finished repairing the last of the rust in the car. I should have done this a long time ago, but for lack of knowing exactly what to do, it kept getting put off and even sort of forgotten. I’m talking about the sheet metal that is over the top of the body mounts, directly above… Continue reading Floor Rust Behind the Rear Seat
When I moved back in April of 2012, the majority of the parts for the Impala, including boxes of fasteners and do-dads were all stored in my shed in Davenport. This is now 45 miles away from where I live. So it’s not exactly convenient to dig for parts when I need them. However, I… Continue reading Bring Home the Crap
Want to see some vintage film footage from inside of the Fisher Body and GM Assembly plants? This film shows the assembly process of 1959 Chevrolet cars… from the creation of stamping dies, forming body panels, interior stitching and final assembly. Yeah, it’s not 1960 but very relevant and cool to watch!