well here it is , the silver arrow ended up being way more work than was ever anticapated so i have to face hard facts ......it is dead(which really bums me out i was very attached to the car) 8O
But then something fell into my lap which made me smile again......and on with the rust pics
Also i still had to replace the fenders and the gas cap area as well as rust around the window to make it a solid car again
:cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:
So now i strip everything
So they can go into this a very solid American shell
waiting for its new home
Last edited by bluntman220; 03-16-2011 at 01:42 PM.
I'm terrified to start working on my rust because I know the same thing is going to happen. I'm gonna pull the carpet and just cry.
If it goes down like that for me this summer, I'm just building up my engine and tranny and then hunting for my shell. You, sir, are an inspiration
God damn these f*cking Mexican built rust boxes
Such nice cars for the money, but the quality control is showing with age
I ended up with one from Ontario. It's rusty as hell. Been pissin me off daily when I find somthin else
Around here we use a magnesium sulphate solution. Life is Good!
I rather lose by a lot and know where I stand than lose by a little and wonder what happend
well the old girl is completely stripped and ready to be put to pasture :cry: it was a good run lots of memories
thanks everyone for the hand today and last night cheers!!!!
on with the pics
it took me clayton andrew spinny convickii and dave to walk the shell out dartmouth stylez lol :lol: :lol:
What a mess!
AND SOME WIN!!!!