As originally designed, the engine bay was never meant to be a visually appealing place. It was simply a spot to stuff the engine and hold all the various bits that makes a Camaro functional. But hot rodders want more; their goal is to have the engine bay be as tidy as the rest of the car. This is made a bit more challenging since engine bays are fairly hostile environments. High heat, battery acid, oil, coolant, and decades of road grime can all conspire to turn an engine’s showcase into a dilapidated mess.
But cleaning it up isn’t all that tough; it just takes a little bit of time and some sweat equity. It also takes fresh paint, but instead of being limited to yesterday’s rattle can technology, companies like Eastwood are helping the average DIY guy get pro results with spray cans that function more like full-on spray guns. To check out this new-breed of spray paint, we decided to clean up the engine bay of a 1967 Chevy Camaro RS that was getting prepped for a new small-block stroker.
El trabajo mas bello y hermoso del mundo mecanico de muscle cars
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Put the front end suspension back in
Change that old machine put the 1200hp machine
Lsx swap... That is in my dreams
Coach Ed Ed Snyder, is this next ?
Dropping the motor/tranny out of my 01 SS so I can start my build!
Fix my oil pan seal and re install new motor mounts as well as my long tube headers
My Cam is 1995 Z-28 and naturally lots of things to do, don't know where can I start and when?
Oil pump fails= pull motor and make it better. This weekend, reassemble motor and install back in my green camaro. Yea I'm sick cuz I think it's fun!
Looks just like mine. I started doing the exact same thing and now my car is hanging on a rotisserie and is gutted. You need to do an article on when to stop.
Step 1: Own a Camaro.
Should lsx it while your there. Probably heard that a million times over though.
Wow A I R system still in manifolds..dont see that alot