Happy #mustangmonday everyone!
I enjoyed spending the kids extra day off school #wrenching on the #punishstang with these two. Ashton and Carson have been there for both road trips where we pulled the motor, so they are becoming quite capable little wrenches. Do you have a #fathersonproject I have a few. In fact checkout my stories today to see the circuit BOARD I'm working on with my son Ryder.
Today we jammed some metal bits in between the springs and raised the front enough that we're not going to smell tire anymore when we turn or brake (yeah, the rub was real). 1" lift on the driver's front, 1/2" on the right and she sits level, doesn't look donkish, and Haha sits level side to side now too. We also found the power steering problem. Turns out the custom line we had fabricated was routed weird and ruptured. That's good news tho, it means I can probably get that fixed and have power steering again!
Either way, tomorrow we go pick up steel for the cage! 11 days till LS Fest and I'm STOKED! Speaking of, does anyone in Vegas have room for a family of 8 The bus isn't going to be registered in time and the fam wants to watch me race 🌫🚘🌫 #daddingdoneright
Chevrolet Camaro SS (1968)
The first generation of Camero, unveiled at the 1966 Detroit Motor Show.
When asked what was a Camaro, the Chevrolet G.M. Pete Estes replied that it was a small vicous creature that eats Mustangs.
The SS performance package consisted of a 350 cu in (5.7 L) or 396 cu in (6.5 L) V8s and chassis upgrades for better handling and to deal with the additional power. The SS featured non-functional air inlets on the hood, special striping, and SS badging.
#1969camaro #69camaro #firstgencamaro #DriveVintage