Hess, thanks for the California tag info. Mark: yeah, we have that deal here too. If you have a classic car, and can get a tag for the year of manufacture, you can pay an extra fee and have that tag assigned to your car.
Now here's tonight's progress. May not look like much, but about 50 bolts and screws had to be removed to get this far. Exhaust is also completely removed from underneath.
Yes, This is a Greenbriar van. They came as Greenbriar (windows and seats), "Corvan" (?), Corvair 95 van and pickup (95" wheelbase). Of interesting note: ALL the windows from the center forward can be rolled down. The 2 quarter windows are fixed. There was also a model that had "barn doors" on BOTH sides, often used as a limo.
The smoke coming out. Remember that all too well. If the PCV plugged up, oil would back up and spill on the hot fins and exhaust. The smoke got into the cabin through the cooling ducting, which also provided hot air for the heat. I'll make pictures of that as I remove it. Dennis
P.S. it is strange to be working on something and to completely ignore the "metric" side of my tool kit.
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1991 LS Trooper 2.8 V6 5 speed conversion (Sold)
1989 LS Spacecab 2.6 5 speed 4x4 manual hubs, Rodeo torsion bars, extended shackles, 2" lift, K&N airfilter (drop in), dump bed conversion, burgundy interior change, warn brush bar.
Previously owned: 1987 Trooper II LS, 1989 Trooper (parts only), 1994 Trooper 3.2 Auto, 1997 Rodeo 2.6 5 speed, 1993 shortbed pickup 2.3 (project - sold) 1992 Rodeo 4x4 LS (parts car, devoured by Spacecab needs) plus some 70 plus other non Isuzu vehicles over the years.http://forum.planetisuzoo.com/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=64060
The American dream is getting farther and farther away from the American.
If your wife has 5.00, and you have 20.00, your wife has...25.00
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