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Username Post: DEEDDUDE 1954 Bel Air        (Topic#304259)
DEEDDUDE 
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10-29-13 05:49 PM - Post#2395106    

I haven't posted in a while I've been busy on my project. I've posted this on other forums, but I figured you guys may want to see this. It's 1954 Chevy Bel Air that will get a 2001 Trans Am LS1 and 4L60E. The engine and trans combo have less than 39K.
I'm also installing a mustang II front suspension and ford 9" with bags. The project will take some time because of my work schedule. I'll update with pictures as I can.

Picture of the car before the modifications.



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10-29-13 05:58 PM - Post#2395110    
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I'm copying, pasting and editing from another site so it may not make a lot of sense. I'll catch everyone up in the next several post.
Engine and Trans.



Behind the crate is the rear end that will soon go in also.



I reclaimed all of the wire used in the fuse box from the original wiring harness, trying to keep with the GM color codes. I only have the interior wire harness and not the one under the hood so some of the wires don't match.

Fuse box pics. I'm not real happy with the fuse holders and relay holders, I may replace these at a later date; but I'm just going to get the car running first. (which means I'll never redo the fuse box):D





After I took the pictures the term organized chaos came to mind. Maybe that's the name for this build.

I started with a running driving car and ended up with this.



I got a lot of work completed for just a few hours of work and working by myself.



It took a couple hours to get the body and frame apart, but even longer to get the chassis from underneath the body. The notch kept hanging up on the floor boards. I did this without my engine hoist. If I was smart I would have went and got the hoist, but I would rather spend all day fighting and cussing.



I mocked the narrowed ford 9” rearend up with the disc brakes. It clears by about 1/2" on each side. The rearend is just about complete. Weld brake hose tabs and paint.



The swap may take even more time after getting the body in the air I could actually see the cars floorboards had even more rot than excepted, all of the floor supports are gone. There are several different ways I can attack this and all the parts are available, but expensive.

This weekend I’ll try to get the engine pulled and the rear trailing arms installed. The plan is a 2-link with panhard bar. The front will be a custom mustang II.



Thanks for viewing.

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10-29-13 06:03 PM - Post#2395114    
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Excuse the mess I took these as soon as I finished cycling the bags up and down. Finished the rear air bag install, I still need to install the pan hard bar. I have been thinking about a watts link, still undecided.



I started fabbing up the rear end and rear lowers to convert to a 4-link instead of the 2-link. I may even do a triangulated z-link. No pics of it yet.

Sectioning of the frame to lay rockers.






Shock mounts







Mock up for fuel tank and regulator.



During mock up I found I'll need to route the fuel line a little different. Getting closer and closer to droping the engine and transmission on to the frame.
I got a little closer to getting the engine and trans ready for the chassis. Needed to finish the welding on the rear suspension. I ended up building a 3-link. I had to salvage the work I already did for the 2-link. I think it turned out ok. All the brackets I built using a chop saw and grinder.

Rearend 3-link upper.



Upper rear shock mount.



Everything tied together.



Another shot from the front.



Front sway bar mount.



Motor mount.




I'm making my own lower cross member and upper mounts, I don't like the way kits on the market mount the uppers. Racing slicks make the perfect table, I hate working on the floor.





Mocking up the front I discovered I'll need to cut a wedge for under the cross member. The frame rolls down 6 degrees keeping the lower control arm from being level, simple fix; that's why everything is just tacked up. I'll get to it on my next day off.



Front layed out.



Better view


Front and rear layed out. The rear frame will get sectioned so the car will lay rockers; if my math is correct.



I built these brackets with a chop saw and a grinder.






Front at approximate ride height. The sway bar is from a G-body GM, used for mock up purposes; I'll probably use a 1-1/4".



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10-29-13 06:06 PM - Post#2395116    
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Painted the chassis and started re-assembly. Got the engine and trans installed along with the front suspension.









I've got a roller now and have the body back on. I'll have to pull it back off for the floor board and wheel well replacement.

This is as low as I could get it before the wheel well modification. I had to cut them twice and I think I'll need a little more when the trailer fenders get here.



Here she is laying rockers. There's a lip under the rockers where all the sheet metal meets, I don't think I'll remove it.






Engine installed. I had to cut the trans tunnel quite a bit to get the 4L60E in there.



My nicely painted fuel tank is now a catch all and has a few bruises.



Cut wheel wells.





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10-29-13 06:21 PM - Post#2395127    
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This was posted in July. I've had plenty time to work on the car the last couple of weeks. I got what we call in Texas the ole' "chinga lay". Basically I got screwed out of a job because the client didn't like me and lied about some stuff to my boss. I was told I was to forward, I guess that means I don't kiss censored and I don't sugar coat the truth. Any way. I got the car running a few weeks ago.

I built a VATs disable unit and got the engine running pretty easily, after a few tries. I had the ignition and ground just wrapped around the other just to get it running. First the ground came off and I fixed it then the ign fell off. I kept getting the ole' run for a few second syndrome. This is my first fuel injected car to work on, but I've read so much I figured that would be were to start my trouble shooting. After I connected them permanently the car fired right up.

I installed the fuse panel in the glove box by building a metal pan, but later removed it for a couple reasons. First the relays were crooked and secondly, I followed someone wiring diagram for the fans and it wasn't allowing the fans to come on; it would latch the relay on (or what sounding like on). I fixed it easily also. A lot of the wiring is just temporally installed at this point to see if the engine ran.





The radiator is installed.



I modified the existing shift leaver system to work with the new trans. Also in the pictures is the steering shafts. I got the column mounted too.






Another mount was modified for the shift selector on the trans.




Both the f-body accelerator pedal and a new cable were installed. The OBD II port is placed so I can use the port for the scanner until I get the gauges working.



I drilled and tapped the oil pressure what ever you call it above the filter to accept the factor gauge oil pressure tube, works great. No pictures.

I tried to extend the water temp sensor, but messed it up twice, I'll try one more time before I send the gauges in for a remodel. I've read if you freeze the bulb you can do the repair yourself. I guess I didn't freeze it enough. I also drilled and tapped the right cylinder head to accept the mechanical gauge bulb. Thanks to the site for the knowledge to do it. I used the grease and blow air through the pump method.



All of the above went easily, now the part that have given me the most trouble is the thunderbird rack. It will work with the LS1 power steering pump, but you must have the proper connectors. I though I would just buy the hoses for the rack, take them down to the parts store and have the old pressure hose and the new hose connected. Well I did and it didn't work. After a lot of cursing and research I found that the rack has metric fittings and the hoses are sae. How that works I don't know. All of the parts store web sites show the sae hoses and metric racks. So I cursed even more. I found the hoses and fitting from a source that I should have went to in the first place, but I like to do every thing twice.

I still need a few parts to have the car driving and stopping, but that's on hold until I can get a few pennies saved.

I've been slowly making progress. I didn't like the radiator top mount so I removed it, still trying to deside how I want to do it. I made these front wheelwells yesterday. As you can see I cleaned up the wiring. I left the power and ground hooked up just to start the engine from time to time.

I used the existing wheel well and cut them to use the trailer fenders, I'll come back later and close them off leaving clearance for the upper a-arms.





Well that's up to date as of now. I did redo the air filter set-up, but thats about it. I started the project sometime in January and worked on the car mostly one day a week if any. I need a ton of EMS parts and when I get the coin to buy the pieces needed I'll be able to finish the body. I was hoping to finish by the summer, but it's came and went. The job issue moved the finish date quite a bit.

I hope the LS engine doesn't offend any one. I love these old cars, but that whopping 125 horsepower and terrible fuel mileage just weren't cutting it. I think, I now have the best of both worlds. Enjoy.

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10-29-13 06:27 PM - Post#2395130    
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WOW Bill

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10-29-13 06:31 PM - Post#2395134    
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WOW, that's quite a job you've done. You should't have any problem selling the stock power train, especially the 3.55 geared, torque tube, rear end assembly. There have been a few threads on theft of cars here, and how to help prevent theft. Slamming it right to the pavement would be a huge deterrent! I'm guessing you're posting over on Jalopy Journal/The HAMB also, but keep posting here; I'm sure there are a lot of guys interested in what you're doing. Butch/56sedandelivery.




 
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10-29-13 06:35 PM - Post#2395135    
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  • one4dad Said:
WOW Bill



Thanks Bill

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10-29-13 06:41 PM - Post#2395136    
    In response to 56sedandelivery

  • 56sedandelivery Said:
WOW, that's quite a job you've done. You should't have any problem selling the stock power train, especially the 3.55 geared, torque tube, rear end assembly. There have been a few threads on theft of cars here, and how to help prevent theft. Slamming it right to the pavement would be a huge deterrent! I'm guessing you're posting over on Jalopy Journal/The HAMB also, but keep posting here; I'm sure there are a lot of guys interested in what you're doing. Butch/56sedandelivery.



Thanks Butch. I need to find those post, I've been absent for a while.

I don't dare post this on the HAMB. Those guys aren't as open minded as the guys here. We're all hot rodders or customizers in our own way, but those guys are stuck in their ways and so be it. Respecting them and their beliefs I didn't post the build there. They'll just have to miss out. Ha. Ha. Thanks again.

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10-29-13 06:43 PM - Post#2395137    
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Somehow I screwed the order up in the second post. I went to edit it and had some issues and I can not edit now. Oh well, it still shows the work I did.

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10-29-13 07:32 PM - Post#2395156    
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Nice !!!!!

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10-29-13 08:09 PM - Post#2395165    
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I'm not a big fan of radically lowered cars, but I am a BIG fan of excellent fabrication skills. Looks to me like you are doing some excellent work there. Can't wait to see a video of it going down the street.

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10-29-13 08:38 PM - Post#2395179    
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Great fabrication, nice work !

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10-29-13 09:48 PM - Post#2395190    
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sorry to say Im not a fan of these kinds of modifcations seems to take alot away from them but you did do some nice welding and so on



 
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10-29-13 10:08 PM - Post#2395197    
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  • rons50chev Said:
sorry to say Im not a fan of these kinds of modifcations seems to take alot away from them but you did do some nice welding and so on


This is some Great work whether you like the mods or not.
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10-30-13 12:35 AM - Post#2395208    
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I'll go along with the thoughts posted by some of the others here. While I wouldn't want some of those mods done to any of my cars, I have nothing but respect and admiration for the attention to detail and quality of workmanship which went into them.

Ray

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10-30-13 03:56 AM - Post#2395217    
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Great work,and please keep posting.I took quite a beating locally when I street rodded my fully restored '37 business coupe!

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10-30-13 04:29 AM - Post#2395220    
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  • DEEDDUDE Said:


I hope the LS engine doesn't offend any one. I love these old cars, but that whopping 125 horsepower and terrible fuel mileage just weren't cutting it. I think, I now have the best of both worlds. Enjoy.



Some really nice work there!
As for the LS and the 4L60E you're going to love the way that drivetrain is going to work with this size of car.
I was kind of hesitant of putting a LR4 (4.8lt) in mine; but the donor truck was free and it ran well. Also being that it's the same block casting as an LS, it'll be plug and play when I find one that is at the right price.
That being said this 4.8 just plays with the car. You can light up the rear tires anytime you want and out on the highway at 70mph, it's only revving at about 1700rpm.
You said it "Best of both worlds"

Dan.

50 Styleline Deluxe, 2 Door Sedan, Was a 216cu", Three Speed Manual. She now has a 4.8Lt V8 LR4 injected engine, 4L60E 4 speed automatic, 10 bolt diff 342 gear with an Eaton C80 Locker



 
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10-30-13 05:28 AM - Post#2395242    
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Thanks everyone. I’m sure there’s a way to multi quote, but I don’t know how to or I would thank you all individually.

As some have stated the radically lowered car is not their cup of tea and some may believe it to be sacrilegious to modify a car like this, but this one was probably ready for the crusher and I’m bring new life to her. I’m that way myself about certain things. No offence taken. I do appreciate the comments about the fabrication. I’m trying to get my welding mojo back. My intentions were never to do this much work on the car it just kinda morphed into this. Originally I planned to do just a rear end swap and a 5-speed and then got the wild idea to do the LS motor, more of a challenge I guess.

Thanks again.


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10-30-13 05:34 AM - Post#2395243    
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i've been a fabricator, hot rodder all my life, and i am really impressed with the thought and execution of your build. all i can say is WOW!!

keep the pics coming.

by the way, how do you post so many at a time. i get cut off after 5.

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10-30-13 05:41 AM - Post#2395244    
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Great fabrication!! You have been busy! Great job!

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10-30-13 06:15 AM - Post#2395250    
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Griff, Tommy

Thanks for the comments. I do appreciate them.

Griff, I really don’t know how I did it, I just did and it accepted them. I did try to go back and edit the second post trying to put everything in chronological order, thanks speel cheek. After it booted me off, I can no longer edit any of my post; maybe I broke it.


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10-30-13 06:52 AM - Post#2395263    
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I'm envious of the size of your shop and your welding skills. The car is looking great! Thanx for posting.

~ Carl

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10-30-13 08:32 AM - Post#2395279    
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  • DEEDDUDE Said:
My intentions were never to do this much work on the car it just kinda morphed into this. Originally I planned to do just a rear end swap and a 5-speed and then got the wild idea to do the LS motor, more of a challenge I guess.





Funny how projects start small and then work big. In your case, this car will be awesome when it is done. Very, very nice fabrication work!

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10-30-13 09:41 AM - Post#2395298    
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Great work. I like both stock and rodded. My 48 is stock. In 1967 I put the a 1956 V8 running gear in a 47 coupe I had then. Sadly hauled it to the junkyard a couple of years later. Mistake, but had just go married and you know how that goes.

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10-30-13 09:45 AM - Post#2395300    
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  • DEEDDUDE Said:
....but this one was probably ready for the crusher and I’m bring new life to her.



Thanks for saving another one.... even if you did ruin the original stance.

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10-30-13 10:17 AM - Post#2395307    
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You can only edit your posts for a short period of time. Cannot remember how long it is.

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10-30-13 12:21 PM - Post#2395342    
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Awesome work! I'd sure like to take a look at it. I get to Abilene quite a bit, but Ocean City is a bit far away.

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11-24-13 04:50 PM - Post#2402384    
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Small update. I've been working out of town so the updates may not come as quickly as they have. Finally got the brakes finished and bleed. I first painted everything and while that was drying I started on the pedal assembly. I used the f-body brake and bracket. I lengthened the pedal thinking the little 8" booster wouldn't work very well, well I was wrong. After reinstalling everything and bleeding and bleeding the brakes I had no pedal. I spent the better part of a day a couple weeks ago messing with this thing. Got brake fluid everywhere messing up my freshly painted parts. After some research I not only lengthened the pedal again, but also so the pivot to the rod. I now have a 4:1 ratio and it seem to be ok. I need to bleed the brakes again once I get some help.





Instead of spending $300+ for a driveshaft I found an aluminum one on e-bay from a crown vic. I was thinking it was too short so I installed a long yoke, well again I was wrong; reinstalled the short yoke and bolted her up. I used a conversion joint on the front so I could use the GM slip yoke to the transmission.



The weather here is crappy and I wanted to do a test drive, but instead I tested the brakes and the Ford true track, or what ever Ford calls it; I've forgotten the name. Here's some proof that it works. The LS-1 lit the tires up so easily I had to open the shop up to air out.



The picture doesn't reflect the amount of smoke those little tires produced. Can't wait for a test drive.

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12-16-13 09:09 AM - Post#2408076    
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Started looking through some older threads and found this!! Awesome! Deserves a bump, cant wait to some more updates. Man, I wish I had half your skill, and shop space. I would never leave the garage!!

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