64' SS, daily driver all summer
Just joined the site, I picked up a real jem by Alaskan standards, 64' SS, the mild 327, has an edelbrock performer intake and carb, 4 speed Muncie trans, with the wicked close ratio, no major damage and nothing missing save for the driver door trim and mirror. Picked it up on the 4th of July and used it as my daily driver.
So far I hammered flat valve cover flanges and replaced gaskets, replaced right rear brake line, replaced three of four headlights and a half dozen various other bulbs, replaced brake light switch, cleaned and adjusted turn signal switch, replace water pump, replaced alternator and battery.
The season is changing here and soon Ice, snow and slush will be the majority of the road surface. I plan on knocking the dust off of her once a week or so, between upgrades and repairs. I'm a believer that a car dosnt need to occupy the same 150 square feet for months or years, I'm all about WHEEL TIME, isn't that what all the hard work is about anyway?
So first on the list for this winter is springs and shocks, I'll be asking about ride height and how to get at highrider no rake look. Thanks in advance for anyone that replies to my posts, time is valuable and I appreciate anyone that takes time out of there day to help/encourage another.
64' impala SS, 327, 4 speed Muncie