Well it’s been a long time since I updated my brothers 67 Camaro build. To bring new viewers up to date, it’s going to be a full restoration and LS swapped. For a modern twist he is going to throw in a full 2011 Camaro SS inferior. It’s going to take a crap load of work but it’s going to look amazing at the end!
Here is a small update, you can see the new Camaro dash being fitted.
Yet again, it’s been a while since I’ve updated my Rabbit build. I really am caught up with a bunch of projects, but March will be all about the Rabbit. So last time the motor was in and various parts were going in, including the wire harness, but I still needed a bunch of parts. I wen’t scouring on Vortex and found a crashed 16v Scirocco, so I jumped on it. It proved to be the best thing I could’ve done, because I needed more parts then I thought. With the Scirocco I really should have the car running in a couple weeks. The last time working on the car, we basically swapped a bunch of the engine parts into the Rabbit. The next update should be big so stay tuned!
Now that the GTI is sold I can focus a little more on the Rabbit. I’ll be on a part ordering frenzy in a week or so to get everything I need to get the car on the road and running. I’m excited to say the least. Here is a small update, we basically got most of the wiring untangled and set up in the bay. A couple steps closer.
Just to give everyone a very small update to the True Driving/House of Tune first project. I have bought a 16 valve swap and had planned on a full restoration. But at this point I just want the motor in and running for the spring. A restoration can come later. I also want to enjoy the Miami Blue before I go for a color change. Anyways Gabe has been doing a bunch of work. Pictures of the motor coming out should come by the end of the week. Here is a teaser of him working out the wiring and ripping out what we don’t need.
Well I am trying to do something a little different here. My team has a couple projects and I am going to be sharing more of what we are doing, whether it’s automotive related or not. After Gabe bought a fixed gear bike, I wanted to build one to ride with him. So I gave him an old frame to strip down and paint. Wish I had a start picture, but here it is stripped and ready for paint. Going for something a little quirky for color, hopefully it comes out good.