Re: 1970 running Project
i fully agree with 704EVER. "nickel and dime you to death" is a phrase that i can relate to, and this is with a car that we already own. ours has been parked for 20 years and i have been slowly ressurecting/upgrading it.
but it is amazing how much money mom and dad have spent to get it back in shape. unless you have ever owned an old car like this, you may not be prepared for all of the "little things" that really add up to "big things"
in the end. for example, ours needed a tranny rebuild. but we could get a new super case m22z for the same cost as the rebuild so they bought the new one for $2700. new master cylinder, new brake lines, all
linkages, shifter, fork, trunk weatherstripping, radiator support bushings, clutch and flywheel, you get the point! the car pictured in your photos is at a starting point way behind where mom and dads car is, and that is
why i agree with 704EVER. if you want to enjoy driving an old chevelle or other old car sometime in your life, for the money, i would look for one in a better starting place and save yourself the headache, unless you have
an unlimited money supply or want a long-term project such as this one looks to be. just my .02 cents. good luck!