Location: Eagle River, AK, USA
Joined: 06/27/2008
My Styles
Builder, Old-School, Hot Rodder, Street Rodder, Custom Rodder, Build-It, Drive-It, Rat Rod, Low Rider, Off-Road
views: 36935
My Crew 7
Garage | Rides | Pictures | Blog | Crew | Favorite Rides

"55 2 Door Hard Rod"     1955 Oldsmobile Eighty Eight

Introduction / Overview: This is my 1955 Oldsmobile 2 Door hardtop that I bought when I was 13 (I worked by the hour to pay it off).  I never got to drive it before I foined the army, even though it was nearly road worthy from a frame off resto that i did the previous 4 years on it.  Now in 2009 she will get the royal treatment she deserves.  Keep an eye on this project.  PS If you are interested in being a sponsor or donate something for this project, email me .  Being that I am a fully Disabled US Army Veteran, I want to give it a patriotic look.  I'm on a fixed income and so that means that there is not a lot of money to go for the project.  Anything you could do to help would be greatly appreciated.  Thank you, Andrew Campbell.
Drivetrain: Cadillac 500/Chevy 700 R-4 auto overdrive tranny with B&M 3000 stall torque converter.  Engine has port and polished heads with HUGE intake and exhaust valves, swirl polished stainless.  Edelbrock Intake, Holly CFM eponator, Edelbrock 1407 750 CFM, K&N 14 x 4" Xstream air cleaner, Headers. CUSTOM HEADER FLANGES BY DCRACINGSUPPLY.COM

Full Chassistech airbag suspension system, still needing air management system.  I have an airtank that i bought at harbor freight that i was planning on using for the system.  If anyone have any 3 valve bodies, compressor, switches, gauges, to donate that would be cool!

Wheels and Tires: Used Oasis 22 x 8  wrapped in 2 new Pirelli Scorpion Zeros and 2 wrapped in used and needing to be replaced junk tires.
Body & Paint: Hood Cowl Scoop, Soon to be custom grill made with barbed wire.  Paint is still up in the air.  Not sure yet.
Interioir: New ford buckets with arm wrests, original rear seat.  I need a sewing machine to finish the upholstery in the rest of the car.  Anyone have a spare one?
Lifestyles: Custom Rodder