Project FD – RX7
The front end is back! The SS is put back together and looking like a car again. I go over briefly the rebuildable titling process and drop a big teaser. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMKEFnCTXqg
https://youtu.be/WSs4Pqjkd3k We get serious about getting all the little stuff done to get the car registered and on the road. The bodyshop gets less serious.
We get the AC chilly again (partially), get the exhaust finalized and throw on a surprise. For all intents and purposes, the mechanical stuff is done! https://youtu.be/ZmJRZ9qPBkI
Whole bunch of more things fixed on the Camaro SS. I solder in a new replacement body harness to resolve a few CELs, replace the EVAP Solonoid and start mounting up the Competition exhaust. https://youtu.be/DY-4ZXMag4A
Finally picked up a VCM OTR intake up from the land down under for the G8 GT. I opted for the side panels and the infill panel for the fender which are a requirement IMO to finish the look. The install is pretty straightforward and I cover the things the limited VCM instructions/diagrams leave out. https://youtu.be/Jh1lfXwNlQI
Finally we get a real microphone for the Gopro! Also get some custom HSV centercaps for the CTS-V wheels on the G8, some parts for the F250, move a bunch of dirt around for the shop and get a surprise part from 'down unda' for the G8 GT. https://youtu.be/IT_1pUCG6KE
To the best of my knowledge I'm the first 2017+ F250 to do a console swap on an XL replacing the floor console with a full console. Please correct me if I'm wrong. Full walk-through of the process. This applies to jumpseat trucks as well except you will not need to source the brackets, just uninstall the jumpseat from the existing brackets. I still have to determine some wiring and will update the post when I pin it all out. Parts List: - 2015-2017 F150 Center Console - $300-$500 -...
2010 Camaro SS (Super Soggy) Update #3: As requested by many of you, I go over the costs of the Camaro project so far and what it took to get in my possession. The Camaro also gets some new parts in, some get installed, and we find an electrical gremlin that is common on flood cars. https://youtu.be/dBsCgRRtynA