stewsimac
stewsimac
Location: Vernon, Canada
Joined: 08/19/2010
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stewsimac
August 21, 2010 08:22
Sadly the horns were so rusty inside that they fell apart when I removed them. I do have a pair of air horns off a large truck that will go well with the air suspension I plan on using ! ! !
DsFords
August 21, 2010 06:57
Man, you've got yerself quite a project there. Looks like you're making some good headway, though. I'm diggin' those right angle horns! Those are cool. You gotta keep those.
stewsimac
August 20, 2010 10:16
Yes the wiring was gone too. Very tasty I guess ! ! ! I will be using the entire S10 wiring harness and all the accessories I can. Plug and play with the computer etc. All the brake components will be used, the ABS, master cylinder and power unit.
kastoo
August 20, 2010 05:56
Wow...nice choice, a ot of folks have been using S10 as parts. I'm sure those little rats ate up the wiring too!
stewsimac
August 19, 2010 09:47
This car was in northern Saskatchewan which is a very dry area. The rodents had 1.4 million nests in the interior ! ! ! 6 big garbage bags of upholstery material and grain husks etc. The plan is a mild custom driver when I am done. I have the entire guts out of a 2002 S10 donor vehicle and am trying to go as inexpensive as I can. I will be using the 3.73 posi disc brake rear end, 4.3 V6 and 4L60E transmission.
kastoo
August 19, 2010 08:15
Wow! I'm surprised that body is in that good condition setting like that up in Canada! I'm sure rodents ate up the interior. A 2door, nice car! Are there details in the "read more" box yet? What is that motor you put in?