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1965 Coupe L76 / 1978 L82
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Yoda

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Here's the Real Story

Barry, I think any of us that have owned older Corvettes and worked on them have experienced your frustration ;) It's not just Corvettes, I've helped a neighbor with a '57 Nomad this summer and we've affectionately named her the *B I T C H* she has fought tooth and nail with every aspect of restoration and modification... but it's worth it... I'd rather scrape my knuckles and get frustrated with a car than say ... a computer, relative or the Mrs. ;LOL ;)

Hang in there, it's what we call paying your dues and becoming seasoned ;)

Bud
 

bossvette

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West Unity Ohio
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1968 1997
Barry
We all have those days, just be carful around threads and aluminum, if it doesn't go in by hand find out why before putting a wrench on it. Take th 78 out for a ride and relax. I have been chasing a code 43 on my YT prioject since day one and its giving me fits, when I get frustrated I walk away and work on something else.

Hey Bud my Son still has a 66 Chevelle wagon I named "Christine" because everytime I would work on someone elses car it woukld break down afterwords, like a jealous women.
 

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