Alright! Now we're getting your dad pulled into this stuff! I imagine only high horsepower can come of this!
Remember. He'* a Chebby boy now. And as we all know, Chebby'* don't make power in any way! Just playing of course. He gots that 4.3L in his truck and he wants that other M112 I have so he can try to rebuild it or get it rebuilt and put it on his pickytruck. I can only imagine he'll destroy the 1st and 2nd synchros because they just sound horrific as it is(Note, this truck is a 2005). Back on track anyways. I think I'll be able to pull this swap off for about anudder $700ish(car toon and all). Soooo.... maybe if I omit my trip to Floriduh in April, I could possible make a running Thunderbird Lightning. Of course, much props attibuted to the guys here that have helped me along the way wif the supachawja. I'm sure I'll post a vid of the run at Cordova if'n I can get a way to record it for those who are interested. I know it'* not a GM, but a car is a car!
Can someone translate that for me
M1114 Up-Armored Hummer [Battle-Taxi]
Not able to keep soldiers safe against explosives.
*Combat tried...Combat Failed*
2002 SSEi Modded "Dirty Ghost" [Stored]
*Deployed OIF 06-08*
RestInPeace Chad You gave your Country the Ultimate Service and Sacrifice
Ok! It'* a Boost Actuator(according to the Lightning guys). I guess it'* sumfin like $200 from the stealership, but fortunately for me, one of them had one up for grabs for fitty buck. So naturally I snagged it. Blitz-Bird moves on!
Just in! Straight out of a 40k old Lightning F-150. Junkyard engine with boost. Should be fun. They have some very minor scuffs on the skirts, but I will polish off any raised area'* ensure that the edge of the skirts are not ridged, maybe even coat them to put them in a good tolerance. Fun fun fun!