Quick Recovery

September 21, 2010

A couple weeks ago when working on Ron’s car I noticed that his car didn’t have a hole in the radiator core support that mine did, my first suspicion was that my car had the radiator recovery bottle upgrade mentioned in a Motor Transport Bulletin.

When I got home I checked the core support to see if it had the two holes to mount the bottle, it did. Just because I looked at another core support that I had from a parts car and it didn’t have the three holes, now to locate a bottle.

The next day I started checking online for the Cadillac bottle and cap listed in the bulletin and came up with a few sources. Before getting one I wanted to check with the local GM dealer to see if it was currently available, Ron hearing that I needed one indicated he had one available.

Attachment: Motor Transport Bulletin

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September 23, 2010 - Class

Before I headed to class this evening a friend dropped off the inner fender he took home to work on. He is in the class with me and lives around the corner and is the one who introduced me to the class.

After cleaning it he treated the panel with rust converter and primmered it.

In class I had both the rear doors that needed to be gutted and cleaned up. All went well, like the front they will need the glass runs.

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