Have you ever had a project stall out because of a minor scheduling conflict or because one little part didn't come in on time? Let's say you built up momentum on your project car and everything's tooling along just fine, then a little snag comes up and life happens and you stall. Then the project … Continue reading Week in Review
We got this cool little flyer at Knoxville Cars and Coffee back in April, and we've been looking forward to the Southeastern Truck Nationals ever since! By the way, if you're trying to promote a car show (or just about anything else for that matter), these little flyers are awesome! They're the perfect size and … Continue reading Southeastern GMC/Chevy Truck Nationals
We've all got 'em. Stories about our first cars. How they drove, where we went, crazy stunts we may or may not have pulled... (I admit nothing, Mom). My parents and my in-laws have driven some of the coolest cars, and they have the tales to prove it, so we thought it would be fun … Continue reading Family Vehicle History: The 1972 Chevy C10
I'm all about some car shows! I love seeing all the great cars and trucks and talking to the owners. When I first started going to car shows I was intimidated because it seemed like everyone knew everyone else and I was the odd man out, then I realized that if someone would bring their … Continue reading C10 Club Meet in Knoxville, Advance Auto Parts Cruise-In
Part 2 of the Henry Project. Every project needs a heart, a soul. Henry's is a 350 Chevy small block and below you'll find his story. According to the casting number, this is a replacement crate engine used from 1969-79 in many car and truck applications. This particular gem came from my father-in-law who had it sitting … Continue reading In the Garage: Henry’s New Engine
Exciting things are happening around the blog this year. I've been working on a new look, a new logo, and a lot of fresh new content (including a Service Station first: videos!) for you this year. Follow along as I work on projects like Henry (my '67 Chevy C10 pickup) and the Falcon (my '64 … Continue reading New year, new look!