Comment by Jason Edge on November 5, 2012 at 7:17pm
That was waaaaaaaaaaaaay coool! Loved it!
Comment by Ryan Trask on November 5, 2012 at 7:24pm

Thank you! it gets a lot of attention when i roll up to the store or wherever I'm going and drop her to the ground! its a great conversation starter that's for sure!

Comment by Christopher Codd on November 5, 2012 at 7:42pm
I always do a double take when I see a car drop at the car shows. The car looks even longer (if that's even possible) when its sitting low. Looking good!
Comment by Raymond Peter Bombeck Sr. on November 7, 2012 at 9:58pm
Slick I love how it looks low and just fine when she sits up and ready to go.
Comment by Ryan Trask on November 8, 2012 at 1:26am

thanks, i just cant wait to get it painted black. then she should look real good!

Comment by Jimmy on March 11, 2013 at 1:04pm
Hey man car looks awesome I tries to send you a message it wouldn't work maybe you could message me with some specifics on your set up it looks awesome I would like to do mine like that MSG when u get this thanks so much

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gas gauge troubleshooting

Posted by russ austin on July 29, 2014 at 9:39pm 1 Comment

Just fixed the gas gauge on my 63 Superior hearse. I encountered a puzzling situation.  

The gauge was stuck on empty, so I did the troubleshooting of disconnecting the sending unit feed wire.  The gauge went to Full. Then I grounded the feed wire, and the gauge went to Empty.  That tells me the gauge is working, wiring is working, and the sending unit or ground is bad.

Dropped the tank, and found the rheostat bad on the sending unit.  Ordered a sending unit for a 57-58…

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Steele Rubber rear window gasket

Posted by Mike Foose on July 29, 2014 at 4:45pm 0 Comments

I bought a new rubber gasket in May for my back window (63 series 62 4 door).  Got all the rust fixed and ready to install but its about 1/3 the size of the old one (also from Steele - must have been replaced prior).

They both have the same part # written on them.  Has anyone else had this issue with parts from them?  The pics tell the story - the outer one is the 'old' one, inner is 'new' (and WRONG).  I sent it back and am waiting for a reply but its now holding up progress and I…

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Best Spark Plugs For The 429 Cadillac V-8??

Posted by David Cotton on July 29, 2014 at 6:41am 7 Comments

Just curious what consensus there is on the best spark plugs to put in our 1964 Cadillac 429 V-8. Looking for brand name etc.. Thank you.

Jason's carbeurator and intake project

Posted by D. Swart on July 28, 2014 at 4:16pm 2 Comments

I have spent gob's of money trying to fix the old carb and trying to keep up with the points and dwell then  I ran across this article and about $500 later this thing runs better than new this article is just outstanding and if I would have done it right away I would have saved at least a grand.. Thanks Jason

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KUDOS TO JASON ON THE NEWSLETTER AND GN COVERAGE - AN OUTSTANDING JOB!

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Jason,  Your GN coverage in the Newsletter is over the top professional and extraordinarily beautiful. Thanks for including me Hema and Ria in the pictures of our chapter. I feel very honored to be…Continue

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looking for 63 eyebrow front driver side trim.

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Looking for the driver side front time piece. Looks like an boomerang. Eybrow upper trim.Any help would be appreciated.ThanksI attached a picContinue

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Wanted to buy 64 deville transmission parts

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Looking for 1964 transmission adapter ring for the turbo hydramatic and starter brace.Continue

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