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you mean it doesnt go in the garage...

Bullitt 3130 has a few modifications , JLT CAI, 3.73 gears, BMR rear lower control arms, TimSpeed performance Custom rear upper control arms, Traenkner Bros Performance rear shock tower brace, SCT 93 octane Tune, Silverhorse Racing oil catch can, and an teenage(13) female Mechanic.

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HUH????

You mean he really had no idea about the button?

I think you need to get out the screw drivers and pliers first. Then graduate to the channel locks and finally ratchets and socket set. Have a couple small projects first, then move to the car. Just do some intro training on something like an old lawn mower, take it apart and reassemble it. It doesn't have to run, maybe a neighbor is throwing one away.

My name is David J. Midgley. But you doesn't have to call me that. You can call me David. Or you can call me David J. Or you can call me David Midgley. But you doesn't have to call me David J. Midgley....
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I got exited just seeing pictures of it coming off the truck. Can't imagine how much fun it was being there. Can't wait to see the progress.

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Very cool first car!

I can't wait to read all the stories. You're a great dad and I'm sure you'll make tons of memories in the process!

One of the best times in my life was when my dad took a 15 year old know-nothing kid and we did a motor swap on my '76 Camaro.

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Very cool first car!

I can't wait to read all the stories. You're a great dad and I'm sure you'll make tons of memories in the process!

One of the best times in my life was when my dad took a 15 year old know-nothing kid and we did a motor swap on my '76 Camaro.
that is very cool Chuck!!!

for Terry's machine...popcorn was the standard fare, for SnakeBit...rainsinettes, now for the Olds.....the TimSpeed crew recommends.............

Goobers!!!!

(that is, if you know what they are and those aren't available in your area....JuJuBe's)

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Goobers it is!! I'll stock up on them.

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You mind if I ask what shipping company you used? I'm looking at out of state cars and considering shipping. Thanks.

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the crew was back in action today...



here is the engine as it was at the time of the fuel pump removal









here is how it all started.....time for a new fuel pump






then the crew, had already replaced one vacuum line, the positive battery cable, then the first of many Gunk Engine Clean sessions....











end result....the car fired up after the fuel pump install and stayed running...not good as it needs a tune-up bad, but ran!!!!!!!!!!!

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(I don't know how to make the video show up on here, sorry)

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Very cool glad it ran.... whats next the tune up?

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Alpine Auto Transporters. by far, the best price.

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Very cool glad it ran.... whats next the tune up?
definitely. need to get it to run to do some of the other stuff. found out whicle underneath, that the lower control arm bushing also on the driver side is shot. so will need to be able to move it to do that and get it aligned.

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