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  1. Oh! Great to know! It was the one that was in the truck when I got it, and it worked when the truck ran last 😆😆😆
  2. Well, after watching a few people online and not having the money for the BIG stuff, mustered up the Motivation to "Restore" the distributor. Started with exterior Disassembly. Then started to Wire wheel some stuff. Then Primed and painted a few items While I was waiting for that to dry I repaired a Borken Connector on the ignition Wiring Also Put a Semi-gloss Clear over all the bare parts. And After Drilling out the Pins that held the side clips on, needed to replace em
  3. Great work dude! excited to see it slowly Taking Shape! Between You and "Soup Classic Auto's" on YouTube, Ya'll have motivated me to Hopefully pick up a welder this weekend, and start repairs on the 720's Sheetmetal! and.. THOSE WHEELS!!!!!!!! Fucking DROOLING!!!! 💗💗💗💗
  4. Any plans to flatten these welds out with a flapdisk? I know it will be hidden under the carpet, just curious. Either Way, keep it up! Looking great!
  5. HOLY FUCK! So Josh and I tore the engine down to a short block today, checked the Bearings, and any other wear, and this Z22 is one of the CLEANEST engines i have had the pleasure of tearing apart! only 1 broken bolt (lower bolt on the lower coolant outlet) which to me is a SOLID win! This was taken IMMEDIATELY after we pulled the Valve cover off, I was BLOWN AWAY on how clean it is. However when you flip it over you can see some bad carbon build up on the valves, and see they aren't quite seating right, along with a bit of oil in cyl. 2, So i am goin to do the v
  6. This is WILD! Excited to see the progress on it!
  7. got a Decent amount done today! My buddy Josh came up and helped me yank the Engine and Trans. had a few small casualties, but overall everything went SUPER SMOOTH! Not a broken stud or bolt! at least today anyway, here are pics... Removing the rest of the rotten battery tray with snips, cause we were tired of cutting our self. Removed the Grille with 1 small Casualty 😭 but the other breaks in the Grille look Fixable 👍 Exhaust cut off and out! getting her ready to come out! After we g
  8. 1 More part down! picked up a Pacesetter Header NIB off Facebook Marketplace today. Said her husband bought it for their work truck, Then changed his mind. got it 100$ off retail! Also ran across a clean little Comanche! Not too often I see them in the wild anymore
  9. So I finally got her home today! did some final clean out, to see what was all there, And not there 😆 Found out the floors are a little more Rotten than I thought, but workable. also Found an Unopened Can of Coors Light under the seat, Wonder how long that's been there! Also, some Final Decisions have been made, 1. We are keeping the NapZ and going to reseal, with a new Hotter Cam, Weber 32/36, and Pacesetter Header (picking up tomorrow, will post pics) 2. The truck is getting completely Rewired with a Painless 21 Circuit Harness (j
  10. So my buddy and I actually did some shit on the truck today! Got her pulled out of the field and washed, Established she had compression, and fuel, then realized it had intermittent Power to the Coils. After doing some looking about... we realized the Wiring in the bay is a rats nest! things taped together, quick spliced, incorrect colors, ect. After establishing that, we quickly realized that it would be a NIGHTMARE to try and rewire everything with the cut up, OEM harness. So we have decided to rewire the truck. I
  11. Great to see someone trying to restore original paint! Good luck!
  12. So, My Lexus is a Pile of shit. trying to pay it off so I can dump money into the 720.... to use as a daily.... Not sure it is the WISE choice, but the one I WANT to make 😂
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