Projects and Builds

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Winter build
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The "Rusty Hulk", 1972 Skylark frame off restored, converted to a BBB/4-speed
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Completely restored with 455 Stage One. Adding stripes, replica wheels, front spoiler
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My current project, moving along slow
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1972 Sportwagon found thru V8buick.com
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Hey guys, I decided to make some modification to my instrument cluster. I wasn't a big fan of the 3 big gauges in the square boxes since i got the car, so I decided to make it a cleaner, tougher look, delete the lighter and add gauges. It was a lot of work but I'm pretty happy how it came out with the tools i had available to me.
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Stage 1 / 4 speed (1 of 101 built)
FINALLY GOT THE OLD GIRL CLEANED UP
Purchased a “street sleeper” big block Skylark. Trying to make it an ornery cruiser. Switch from drag setup to more of a cruiser style while keeping the rowdy motor and possibly adding fuel injection on it (Holley Sniper?)
Mostly original. My first stage will be to just make minor improvements (I've already color correct as best I can and waxed) I may eventually move to a repaint. Just added some whitewalls!
Front end damage is heavy.
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1970 Buick GS 455 Aqua mist 4speed convertible.
Getting her pulled up on the trailer . We have a winch now but haven't had a chance to try it out yet.
New to me GS 455 the restoration was started about 10 years ago.
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