Anthony, so far I would have to say about a 1, but the hard work is just begining. Also, I have had this car totally apart except seperating it from the frame. So it is comming apart again easily unlike a car that has been together for 30 sum years. Its not to early to say it is worth it.
Reg, thanks for looking over my pics closely. I know what you mean, I have some seen some very meaty shifter rods before. The shifter and trans came together, so I am comfortable they work together. Bob (buickgsman) had them in his car, maybe he will comment about there origin.
I was wondering who was going to spot my aluminum trinkets in the pic. Good eye. It will be interesting to see what driveline parts break first from the extr torque. The flow numbers are really very promising The heads and intake arrived the week before last but the 4 speed swap comes first. I am a 4 speed man to the bone.
You mentioned getting together at the Nats, If its BG thats cool, it was my fault we didnt get together in Salem last year. Dinner and brews are on me.
Bob, I did remember about the adjustable ball stud, actaually searched for that thread last week, thanks for the reminder, I hadnt thought about having to disassemble it all if I needed it though. Going to get it on order tomorrow.
Dan, thanks for your support now and in the past, it means alot. We are a tight knit little group of gear bangers here in our little section of V8buick. Seems like a Nats get togther is in order for all of us.
Paul, I am not suprised about the time it takes, I am definately not in a rush, I actually take more time doing things anymore. Plus I already have noticed a couple of things that are going to sidetrack me and add some time. One is those guages under the dash, they have to go.
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