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4 bucket 67's 1967 GTO

2022 August
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    • Still no block.  Hope to have my hood hydraulics working today.  Paint the oil pan and clean the engine compartment is all thats left to do before building the motor.  Today is my birthday.....guess what I'm hoping for?  I'm gettin too old for this drama shit.  Canceled todays dinner with the family as I was suppose to be workin on my mistress.
    • Sorry bout the covid.  Hope you don't have lasting effects.  That shit WILL kick your ass!!  Sorry bout the show, I know all about that too.  Still do not have my block back.  Should have sent it to your mower guy.
    • I've got covid. Yay!  I tested myself after not feeling so good one morning and so, no work until I isolate for a full 7 days. The 3 vaccinations I had seemed to have paid off because the symptoms are only mild - like a cold but totally zapped of energy. I played once more with the relay hooked direct to 12V and the car WOULD NOT START. There's something peculiar about the factory circuit. The coil will not get it's starting voltage unless the factory wire feeds it. It could be a faulty relay. Whatever it is - I'm over it. It can go to a sparky to get it looked at and get some headlight relays installed as well. Of course, covid means isolation which means Sunday's Car Show - the event I have waited all year to attend is no longer allowable. Sure, I could slip out and attend but it's not the right thing to do. Plus, I feel pretty weak so I'll just have to wait until next year. On a brighter note, I had my mower engine bored and reassembled it today with it's shiny new piston & conrod. That can be the task for the rest of the week.
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