oldnslow

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  • Location Jacksonville, Fla
  • Full Name Robert Lightsey

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  1. oldnslow added a post in a topic 1957 Ford Engine Color   

    Depends on which engine in which car, 6 or 8, t-bird, full size or truck. Google shows mostly red repaints, but there are also green, turquoise, yellow and black in some stock unrestored pics. Looks like you can take your pick. 
  2. oldnslow added a post in a topic 1966 chevelle ss   

    Yep, I'd drive that. 
  3. oldnslow added a post in a topic Moline Front Axle from Brass   

    That looks great, love to see someone do well with a restoration. 
  4. oldnslow added a post in a topic Super Modified -- DONE   

    Nice job, but I think your driver is going to want a little more protection out back. 
     
     

  5. oldnslow added a post in a topic How many types of Ed Roth kits were ever made?   

    Tweetie Pie ll
  6. oldnslow added a post in a topic NASCAR valve covers that cover the spark plugs   

    That's probably up to you, since it won't be seen.
  7. oldnslow added a post in a topic Pure Art, Fast engine rebuild   

    That was fun.
  8. oldnslow added a post in a topic Your Favorite Automotive Logo   

  9. oldnslow added a post in a topic some corny jokes   

    https://scontent-atl1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfa1/v/t1.0-9/10379009_10152250107478317_9155213989364262835_n.jpg?oh=211ecaf9a7555f842783c4f9e8851528&oe=56807434
    Now I can't post pics from anywhere, guess I'll have to work on this.
     
     
  10. oldnslow added a post in a topic 1963 Ford Galaxie   

    Definite improvement, really like the resto-rod look.
  11. oldnslow added a post in a topic OK. how about this ?   

    Every time I look at the first one, I hear Mexican music. 
  12. oldnslow added a post in a topic Ford T-model 1912 (Union 1/16)   

    Beautiful work Pavel, I really like the "Mother-in-laws" seat out back!
  13. oldnslow added a post in a topic Warming paint cans.   

    I've had luck heating my paint cans with an old adjustable heat iron, set on it's lowest setting. I turn the iron upside down in my bench vice, plug it in and set the paint I'm going to use on the bottom of the iron. Shake the paint as usual before it's put on the iron and after. The cans warm up to a comfortable temp to hold in your hand and the paint lays down really well with a nice gloss, it also dries faster. To test the temp of your iron place an open can half full of water on it, let it sit for about 5 minutes and carefully check the can to see if you can hold it. Better safe than sorry.
  14. oldnslow added a post in a topic Grasshopper Model kits in the next issue of The Rodders Journal   

    Didn't have the extra seat because it's a "race" show car.