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Jon Cusic

(a 1994 Geo Metro) its a 3cyl 5spd manual front wheel drive and i been updating it best i can i put high end oil (Royal Purple syn 10/30)

3 days ago
Jon Cusic

find my pictures at @crusiknights at intsagram

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@tree Hi Tree, just looking at favorites. Here I am. Nice Deco Truck.

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crawfordpulling

My pulltruck is my life long project. Appropriately named addiction.

4 weeks ago
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Progress pics of "Addey" the '46 Art Deco truck are up. Hope everyone is doin well. I've been puttin in the hours y'all. God bless.

6 weeks ago
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hippys 440

MY truck will have to be redone when I get back on my feet. I did fire it up last week and run it down the road in front of my house.

6 weeks ago
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hippys 440

Hey every 1 hippys 440 here been along time since I my last log on. I've been dealing with the VA about my last back operation.

6 weeks ago
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MS Bob
Motor Mount Fun

Ok, who puts nuts on the inside of the frame with no easy way to remove them. I spent half the day just trying to get the passenger side engine mount off. I lost my 15mm, swivel, and 1 nut somewhere inside. Can't see em, can't feel em, where in the world did they go?

I might have to tear the whole passenger side steering assembly down just to put the new one in.

The lower control arm is right in the way, don't know if I get a special socket that I won't crossthread the dang thing.

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2 years ago | 115 views, 2 comments
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MS Bob
Busy Sunday

OK, today I finished draining the fluids from the crankcase and tranny.

I went ahead and cut the down pipe off the drivers side after it crossed over. I cut it 13" back from the last bend. 13" being the distance that the header sticks out back of the engine.

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2 years ago | 114 views, 2 comments
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MS Bob
Wow what a week

Wow what a week, I can't get over everything involved in this little project.

Tuesday morning after work, I started the tear down.

First I pulled the battery and radiator. Then started pulling and marking wires. Took a lot more time than you think.

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2 years ago | 102 views, 1 comments
MS Bob's picture

MS Bob
Wow what a week

Wow what a week, I can't get over everything involved in this little project.

Tuesday morning after work, I started the tear down.

First I pulled the battery and radiator. Then started pulling and marking wires. Took a lot more time than you think.

read more
2 years ago | 102 views, 1 comments
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MS Bob
Getting it together

This week I have been getting it together. It being parts and tools needed to do the transplant. I still need motor mounts, and while I'm in there a new heater coil. Just not sure how far I can afford to go. this is really getting expensive. But when I get done I know my son will have a good dependable truck to drive.

First things first, I still have to remove the tired old engine and clean up the engine bay. Repaint the firewall and fender wells. Try to jump on the that at first light.

read more
2 years ago | 146 views, 2 comments
MS Bob's picture

MS Bob
Busy Sunday

OK, today I finished draining the fluids from the crankcase and tranny.

I went ahead and cut the down pipe off the drivers side after it crossed over. I cut it 13" back from the last bend. 13" being the distance that the header sticks out back of the engine.

read more
2 years ago | 114 views, 2 comments
MS Bob's picture

MS Bob
Getting it together

This week I have been getting it together. It being parts and tools needed to do the transplant. I still need motor mounts, and while I'm in there a new heater coil. Just not sure how far I can afford to go. this is really getting expensive. But when I get done I know my son will have a good dependable truck to drive.

First things first, I still have to remove the tired old engine and clean up the engine bay. Repaint the firewall and fender wells. Try to jump on the that at first light.

read more
2 years ago | 146 views, 2 comments
MS Bob's picture

MS Bob
Motor Mount Fun

Ok, who puts nuts on the inside of the frame with no easy way to remove them. I spent half the day just trying to get the passenger side engine mount off. I lost my 15mm, swivel, and 1 nut somewhere inside. Can't see em, can't feel em, where in the world did they go?

I might have to tear the whole passenger side steering assembly down just to put the new one in.

The lower control arm is right in the way, don't know if I get a special socket that I won't crossthread the dang thing.

read more
2 years ago | 115 views, 2 comments
MS Bob's picture

MS Bob
Busy Sunday

OK, today I finished draining the fluids from the crankcase and tranny.

I went ahead and cut the down pipe off the drivers side after it crossed over. I cut it 13" back from the last bend. 13" being the distance that the header sticks out back of the engine.

read more
2 years ago | 114 views, 2 comments
MS Bob's picture

MS Bob
Motor Mount Fun

Ok, who puts nuts on the inside of the frame with no easy way to remove them. I spent half the day just trying to get the passenger side engine mount off. I lost my 15mm, swivel, and 1 nut somewhere inside. Can't see em, can't feel em, where in the world did they go?

I might have to tear the whole passenger side steering assembly down just to put the new one in.

The lower control arm is right in the way, don't know if I get a special socket that I won't crossthread the dang thing.

read more
2 years ago | 115 views, 2 comments
MS Bob's picture

MS Bob
Busy Sunday

OK, today I finished draining the fluids from the crankcase and tranny.

I went ahead and cut the down pipe off the drivers side after it crossed over. I cut it 13" back from the last bend. 13" being the distance that the header sticks out back of the engine.

read more
2 years ago | 114 views, 2 comments
MS Bob's picture

MS Bob
Getting it together

This week I have been getting it together. It being parts and tools needed to do the transplant. I still need motor mounts, and while I'm in there a new heater coil. Just not sure how far I can afford to go. this is really getting expensive. But when I get done I know my son will have a good dependable truck to drive.

First things first, I still have to remove the tired old engine and clean up the engine bay. Repaint the firewall and fender wells. Try to jump on the that at first light.

read more
2 years ago | 146 views, 2 comments

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