OP if you've never needed a welder before you might not ever need one again...perhaps just have a welder buddy come over with a portable mig & do the work for you
I DO think that everyone should have a welder for projects though...I have this dumb ass little Century flux core mig & it does...
in all the bedrooms we have the cheap $15 Walmart humidifiers...they are simple water burners but they mist out about a half gallon of water every 6 hours or so
I like point of use humidifiers since you'll need it most in the bedroom when you're sleeping
Erie got almost 2 FEET overnight
I shoveled, no big deal
we measure our snow accumulations in feet lol
305s were never horsepower motors...they're TORQUE motors
the 100% stock TBI 305 in my daily driver 88 Firebird Formula is VERY fun to drive - it's surprisingly quick out of the hole on the street...after about 500 feet I'm toast but making torque down low is what makes a car fun on the street...
original GM sheet metal stampings are not very straight to begin with
I'd be willing to bet (assuming you blasted the entire body shell) that 95% of the metal is NOT warped
why make yourself crazy over some board sanding time? ALL high end cars need a skim coat of filler anyway
it's been 3...
I'm in Erie...Pittsburgh is 2 hours south of me so yes, I'm close
the term "scrap yard" is just that...scrap...junk metal only...so any searching for that will be just a recycler
the automotive junk yards/salvage yards etc around here don't have anything more than 10 years old - everything got...
so many of you guys have NO idea how Ebay works
the Ebay Managed Payment platform holds your funds until they are released - this release can either be weekly (all of us choose this option) or daily
once a week, at about 3am my time Tuesday morning, Ebay transfers the funds they've been...
full time ebay sellers like myself & about a dozen of my associates (many well over $100,000 in yearly sales) would very much DISAGREE that the fees are unreasonable
how else are you going to sell something? Ebay provides all of the marketing (global marketing) all the shipping label printing...
I have the 3/8" anvil version...20V XR impact
I use it with a pair of 5 AH batteries - they literally last forever
the thing is a BEAST - I like the smaller one (3/8) for easier access in engine bays etc
guys....an OD transmission is a BIG job compared to a very simple rear gear swap
easy to type it...thousands of $$$ to actually get it done
OP I'd go with 3.08s in whatever carrier you have now (there's all kinds of conversion gears available to avoid buying more parts)
any lower of a gear...
so a guy looking at the OP's car is educated enough about late 2nd gen Camaro's to know about rope steering wheels
and you have a problem with them asking a simple question?
you my friend are the reason why a lot of people don't even want to go to car shows/cruise ins anymore
chill out or...