a lil photo enchancing, but trust me, the cutty is ridiculous in person, the powdercoated rally's look sick mounted on my Firestone Firehawk Indy 500'... Show more;s, there not on is this pic
The 5" Monster Tach, and my oil pressure and temp gauges under the dash, I kept them all AUTOMETER, the SPORT COMP'S, expensive, but when you love your car like your girlfriend, you only want the name brands
just a lil burnout, trust me, the smoke cloud was ridiculous, this was only the beginning
back when I had the rally's color matched, they look so much better powdercoated black and without those whitewalls
Just a lil' somethin' to let you know whats under the hood. The emblems would've cost well over $100 but I work for a sign company and luckily we have a vinyl room and I had my boss cut these out for me. Very tedious as its 4 layers of vinyl to get all that detail. Its 50's corvette flags and 69 camaro type 350 letters. I stole this idea from cars off of east coast ryders.
10/15/06 Update, Rally Stripes. I'm taking full credit for this one. I laid them out and sprayed them on there. I used Semi-Flat Black reminiscent of the 60's muscle cars. It came out real good for a rattle can and one of those cheap spray gun attachments. I'm happy with it
Just Another Look
sorry, no supercharger, it'd be sticking out the hood if I had one, just the hillborn scoop, I like it, it stands out where I live, I have the only hot rod cutlass in town, the others are lowriders.
The car has a real sleeper look to it and then you see this poking up out the hood. It has a 1 1/2 inch air cleaner spacer on there and I'm happy with how much it pokes through the hood, not too much but just enough.
Been a while since I updated but the Cutty's back. Did away with the Olds 307 and dropped in a new GM Goodwrench Crate Motor from the Jegs Catalog. No telling what happened to the old Motor cuz I've been waiting to drop something better under the hood so it was just a matter of time. I would of liked to stay Old's powered but they just make a whole lot more parts for the small block chevy's. The Tranny and Torque Converter is a brand new TCI combo with valve body improver shift kit. It's there 'Sizzler' version, it's good up to 300 hp which right now is good enough for me. New Jegster Crossmember with double humps for the ceramic coated Dynamax headers and dual glasspack exhaust, HEI Distributor, Mini Starter, March performance Serpentine kit with high flow water ratio pulleys, 650 Holley Carb, Holley Street Dominator Intake, Jegs 8mm spark plug wires. GM rates the hp to 260 with a 4bbl Carb and some headers. I'm think I'm gonna be pushin close to 3 by the time we are done. Well more pics on the way so stay tuned...........
R.I.P. Olds 307
The Finished Product, all in all about 5 weeks and enough for a good used car. Sitting at home with no inspection and no insurance. Still need the exhaust to make it legal but I drove it home and it sounds nasty! see you at the strip
My Auto Meter Water Temp and Oil Pressure Gauges. I know I need new carpet but check out the floor mats. I work at a screenprinting place and screenprinted the new Olds logo on some vinyl and my dad stitched em up
Flex-a-lite Dual Fans with thermostat to keep things cool and at the right temperature.
The Carb and March Pulley Kit installed
The TCI 350 Transmission
Newer Pic. Since, got the HEI distributor, and Jegs spark plus wires installed. Next Pic should have March polished Serpentine Pulley Kit, Holley 650 cfm carb, and Flexilite Dual 12" electric fan setup.
I wasn't lying, here it is. The Run Down: Holley Street Dominator Intake. Dynamax Ceram-Coat Headers. Basically All New Everything. Show Less