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15 Jun 2015 01:38 #1013 by JonJeffS
JonJeffS replied the topic: Re:1967 Pontiac LeMans LS376/480 &4L80E
Awesome thread on a long and dedicated build... Love the car. Nice detail on the seat mods. Excellent work.

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15 Jun 2015 15:41 #1015 by pontiacken
pontiacken replied the topic: Re:1967 Pontiac LeMans LS376/480 &4L80E
Thanks Jon!
It has been a long one for sure but I have enjoyed every minute of it. Thanks to Forums such as this one and people so eager to help and share like Kevin, it allows a untalented guy like me that loves cars to do a fairly complicated build in his own garage.

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16 Jun 2015 23:30 #1023 by JonJeffS
JonJeffS replied the topic: Re:1967 Pontiac LeMans LS376/480 &4L80E
I've got two projects like that... "I will start on it when..." When the boy starts school... When the garage is clean... When the truck is fixed... When the lawn gets mowed... Seems like there is always something.

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17 Jun 2015 07:48 - 17 Jun 2015 09:01 #1026 by oestek
oestek replied the topic: Re:1967 Pontiac LeMans LS376/480 &4L80E
Yeah, there are a million things that pop up just when you want to get started!
Last Edit: 17 Jun 2015 09:01 by oestek.

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17 Jun 2015 08:01 #1027 by pontiacken
pontiacken replied the topic: Re:1967 Pontiac LeMans LS376/480 &4L80E
Getting started was not a problem for me. It's all the other things in life that have popped up over time that keep putting the brakes on this build. Life definitely has its challenges!

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02 Jul 2015 11:15 #1077 by oestek
oestek replied the topic: Re:1967 Pontiac LeMans LS376/480 &4L80E
Ken, do you plan to pressurize the oil system on the LS before you light it off? Somewhere we have pics of the pre-oiler we made to make the initial startup easier on the engine. It's a common thing for these to wait a long time from the day they are delivered until they are started for the first time.

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