Hi all. I am new to this sit, but have been woodworking for about 25 years. mainly as a hobby. I restore old muscle cars and woodwork when I have time. I look forward to chatting with you fellow woodworkers, and can't wait to learn from here.
Welcome to the forum, D! When you get a minute you might give us a first name and your location - we're a friendly bunch here. Also, your location may help if you have questions about wood movement, drying times for finishes, etc. Jump in and post some photos of your work when you get time.
When I graduated high school, I got a brand spanking new 67 Chevelle. It had a 350 hp 327 engine, close ratio Muncie 4 speed, and not much of anything else except for the Bolero Red paint inside and out. I have kicked my rear more than once for selling it. Yep, it was pretty fast for the average street driven vehicle...especially after installing headers on it and a 4:10 rear gear.:surprise::grin:
After you get ten posts, throw some pics up in the "Lobby" so we can gawk at your work!:grin:
Note: GM called it 325hp, but we all knew it was the 350 horse engine, same as in the Corvette. I know personally because I had it apart more than once! No flat top pistons in that thing!:smile:
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