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Username Post: 1959 Biscayne "Da Biskit"        (Topic#343498)
TYTILIDIE 
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06-19-18 06:08 PM - Post#2737590    
    In response to Techhead

Thanks guys!

I got the trans cooler finalized. I used a Hayden and an e-fan from a 1998 Silverado 2500. I'll be wiring it up in a couple days.




I also bled the brakes, just gravity bled though. I can say I will never buy stainless lines again, almost all of my fittings leaked and it took a LOT to get them to stop and I haven't even hit the pedal yet. Also, to anyone using the rear disc conversion from Pirate Jacks or equivalent, beware that to bleed these you have to pull the caliper off, put a caliper tool in there to hold the piston back and angle them so the bleeder points up. That's right, the bleeders face downward. I talked to the manufacturer and they confirm that is the design.

Now I am trying to figure out the bumper assemblies.

1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

Me


 
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TYTILIDIE 
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TYTILIDIE
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08-29-18 07:48 PM - Post#2744820    
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So I have been driving the car a bit. It is such a good feeling even though it doesn't have a VIN yet and I am only driving it around the block which I really shouldn't be doing but I am getting desperate here. Since last time, I have installed the headliner and it looks like I did it. lol.





It is also pretty weird having a GM Tech 2 talking to a 59 year old car (even though the engine and trans is 2004). Got it to link up, wont communicate with the 4l60e, not sure why but will dig in to it later.



Also got the insulation and sound deadener installed. I used a product called GT Mat. It is really affordable and seems to work quite well.






I'll post up some pics of all of this done. I also took my first trip to the gas station.



I got some new kick panel speakers and installed those along with the 6x9 and package tray. I also installed my rear seat belts. I hope they work out long term. So far, I can't figure out how to find a bezel for where it goes through the package tray. I am sure something will turn up.




So I also ordered new seat covers, foam and door panels. It looks I will have to indent my lower rear bench seat on the ends to get the front seat belt retracters to work right. Other than that I am hoping it will be a straight forward procedure. According to Ciadella, the interior parts will take 4 - 6 weeks before they arrive.

Also waiting to hear back from the state on my VIN ap. First one was denied and I had to send stuff back in showing pictures of the car. Really hoping that goes smoothly. State Patrol said my original VIN no longer existed but, since I foolishly removed it they have to give me a new 17 digit VIN. I have heard this process can be extremely difficult, fingers crossed.


1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

Me


 
TYTILIDIE 
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TYTILIDIE
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Loc: Colorado Springs
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09-09-18 06:57 PM - Post#2745750    
    In response to TYTILIDIE

Here is a pic of the completed headliner. The wrinkles suck but after 4 hours that was as good as it got for me.


Today I worked on the steering column. I did not install the spring by the steering shaft and the upper bearing fell apart. Something I meant to fix but dragged it out too far. At any rate, I reassembled it correctly and also drilled a hole in the lower cover for my cruise control. Yep that's right, I said cruise control. I back tracked all the wires from a 2003 style unit and will be attaching them and integrating them in the the CC wiring from when I did the PCM.


One thing I just can't wrap my head around here. Why use that lower spring when you could simply use a spacer?? I may try it. From an engineering stand point I don't see any reason not to. Of course I am not an engineer :LOL:

1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

Me


 
Los59 
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09-10-18 10:11 AM - Post#2745807    
    In response to TYTILIDIE

Great progress pics. Looking great, I was looking at how you addressed the two tone paint at the trunk. I seems many people have painted that area where the trunk latches different.

1959 Impala Sport Coupe Factory 4-Spd


 
TYTILIDIE 
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09-19-18 06:49 AM - Post#2746644    
    In response to Los59

Got the seat covers in! I installed them myself, like the headliner, you can tell. If I were in the mafia you would call me "Mikey Wrinkles".

Tough job, my fingers are in serious pain and I have blister and cuts everywhere, hats off to you upholstery guys!








Just waiting on door panels at this point. They say 3 more weeks!!

1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

Me


 
Los59 
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09-19-18 07:11 AM - Post#2746648    
    In response to TYTILIDIE

Great process brother, im getting close to my restoration completion as well. Gina will be finishing up my front seat as soon as I get her the restored aluminum shells. I have the rest of the interior at home, came out excellent. I applaud you for performing the work yourself.

I didn't start reading your thread from the start but it looks as if you got this vehicle per Bill of Sale. I did for both of my '59's. Since then I got both vehicles titles. Good luck with your process, it seems like its a bit more challenging due to the VIN situation.

1959 Impala Sport Coupe Factory 4-Spd


 
TYTILIDIE 
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10-18-18 07:02 PM - Post#2749009    
    In response to Los59

Pretty much done at this point. This car is ready to drive. Only real bummer on the interior is that I didn't have the rear garnish pieces for the rear quarter door panels or whatever you call them. Then I didn't realize I had to switch them out until after I installed the passenger side. So I have to take that panel off and switch it out.

I also need to install my seat moldings. At this point, I am waiting for the VIN process to be complete. I also need to attach the front seat belts to the bottom of the front seat mounts.








One thing really killing it though is the hood. It will not sit flush and it is "down" all the way????






1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

Me


 
DonSSDD 
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10-19-18 02:54 AM - Post#2749033    
    In response to TYTILIDIE

Some people don't like red, I am not one of them, nice interior.
Not sure if the shop manual (59-60 supplement or maybe the 58 shop manual works) has some instructions about adjusting the hood and springs to get the back to drop.

Too late now for you but for others reading this thread, I drill small inconspicuous holes through the springs into the first layer of the hood and into the spring mounting surface before removal to make the reinstallation easier. You just insert a drill into the hole to align things prior to tightening the bolts.

63 Pontiac Parisienne Sport Coupe(CDN Chev mechanically (409, 4 speed),62 Bel Air SC (sold), 59 El Camino (sold), 62 Bel Air SC(sold), 63 SWC Vette (sold),
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Los59 
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10-19-18 06:50 AM - Post#2749040    
    In response to DonSSDD

Interesting Don, but I cant picture the process your describing. So the drilled hole would be on the lower layer of the hood at the connection, unsure as to how you utilize that to adjust.

1959 Impala Sport Coupe Factory 4-Spd


 
DonSSDD 
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10-19-18 06:12 PM - Post#2749085    
    In response to Los59

You drill a hole prior to loosening the good bolts, assuming the hood is aligned good to start. When you are reinstalling the hood, you put the drill back in the hole you drilled and the hood is now aligned back in the same place you started.

63 Pontiac Parisienne Sport Coupe(CDN Chev mechanically (409, 4 speed),62 Bel Air SC (sold), 59 El Camino (sold), 62 Bel Air SC(sold), 63 SWC Vette (sold),
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TYTILIDIE 
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10-20-18 05:39 AM - Post#2749106    
    In response to DonSSDD

Unfortunately, this wasn't possible for me since I bought the car in pieces.

1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

Me


 
TYTILIDIE 
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10-23-18 06:06 PM - Post#2749374    
    In response to TYTILIDIE

VIN was verified today and the car was deemed road worthy!!!

I do the bill of sale tomorrow then go apply for title.

1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

Me


 
DonSSDD 
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10-24-18 02:05 AM - Post#2749388    
    In response to TYTILIDIE

That's a good thing to have behind you, you'll be layin rubber in no time now.

63 Pontiac Parisienne Sport Coupe(CDN Chev mechanically (409, 4 speed),62 Bel Air SC (sold), 59 El Camino (sold), 62 Bel Air SC(sold), 63 SWC Vette (sold),
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Los59 
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10-24-18 07:26 AM - Post#2749405    
    In response to TYTILIDIE

This is really great news brother. Some relief I'm sure.

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beagrizzly 
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10-24-18 08:13 AM - Post#2749410    
    In response to TYTILIDIE

Dude,

I am so far behind you, and SSOOOOOO jealous!!!
The red just pops you right in the retina! I have always loved red interiors.

They just scream "WFO...WFO"!

Today's bland, beige, tan, grey crap just is so UN-inspiring.

VERY nice.

Griff

if you're gonna be a bear..................

1960 Biscayne (the 6T)
2005 Yukon XL
2007 GMC Sierra Classic 8.1
2009 Silverado
2011 Escalade ESV


 
TYTILIDIE 
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11-08-18 07:45 PM - Post#2750833    
    In response to beagrizzly

Thanks!

I got my title and plates Tuesday. Yes I braved DMV on election day!! Everything went great, I applied for personalized plates. Can't wait til they get here. I plan on taking my wife and kids out for burgers on Saturday and having a little ceremony. I thought it would be cool to write our names on the stickers of the new glass then peel them off and stick them somewhere out of sight. Kind of lame I guess but this is a 20+ year dream come true and I have worked my censored off for 4 years to achieve it.

Driving it home tonight all I could do was look around and appreciate the sheer beauty these cars have. I mean, it's everywhere! I definitely have some bugs to work out, I can't get the turn signals to work right to save my life. The brake pedal seems to get stuck here and there, just enough to keep the lights on. Got some decent drafts flowing in, trans is a buttery shift (think I have the wrong converter). Also unsure about the cables to the heater controls.

Tomorrow I drop it off first thing in the morning for an alignment and final brake bleed. Can't wait!!

1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

Me


 
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11-08-18 08:24 PM - Post#2750837    
    In response to TYTILIDIE

Congratulations!!! You're on a roll. Looks great.

Noticed your brake pedal slightly hanging note and it brought memory back of a similar problem that almost drove me crazy. New booster and master cylinder. Brake pedal would hang about an inch from the top. Tried several combinations of pushrod adjustments, changed brake light switch and even tried a pedal return spring. Every time I thought I had it fixed, it would hang, leaving the brake lights on.

Finally, on the advice of someone on this board, I replaced the booster with another new one. Problem solved.

MikeUSNRetired
1959 El Camino 5.3, 4L60E, 9" 3.70 Tru Trac




 
TYTILIDIE 
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TYTILIDIE
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11-18-18 07:54 PM - Post#2751732    
    In response to MikeUSNRet

It's official. I am pretty much daily driving this car. Took a short clip of getting on it. Not the fastest care in the world but it'll do.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWWr56hqtIc

1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

Me


Edited by TYTILIDIE on 11-18-18 07:55 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
TYTILIDIE 
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11-18-18 07:57 PM - Post#2751733    
    In response to MikeUSNRet

  • MikeUSNRet Said:
Congratulations!!! You're on a roll. Looks great.

Noticed your brake pedal slightly hanging note and it brought memory back of a similar problem that almost drove me crazy. New booster and master cylinder. Brake pedal would hang about an inch from the top. Tried several combinations of pushrod adjustments, changed brake light switch and even tried a pedal return spring. Every time I thought I had it fixed, it would hang, leaving the brake lights on.

Finally, on the advice of someone on this board, I replaced the booster with another new one. Problem solved.



I have definitely considered that. I also have a lame idle at start up, I am going to see if I have a vacuum leak before I pull the booster.

1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

Me


 
TYTILIDIE 
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01-24-19 07:43 PM - Post#2758152    
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I was on Facebook yesterday and contacted the people I let use my 59 in their movie. They posted a link to the movie. Thought I'd share. The movie was made exclusively by the kids. I mean yes, the parents helped with the structure but everything else was the kids. Kind of cute I guess. The car is only in the one scene in the beginning.

https://vimeo.com/130468428?ref=fb-shar e&fbcli...

1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

Me


 
TYTILIDIE 
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06-25-19 05:41 AM - Post#2769207    
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Thought I would update my progress on this thing. Since my last post I have done a LOT. Mostly working out bugs of course. I have been pretty much daily driving this thing since November. I have put roughly 6,000 miles on it since November as well. I also have had to swap the motor once, good thing I picked the 5.3l since they are cheap and plentiful.

I also re-wired the dashboard with a factory harness which quickly turned into a modified harness. I have had a few electrical gremlins pop up here and there but everything is good to go at this point with one exception, I still can't get my horn to work right. I even got an original horn button kit from Southeast Chevy and still no dice.

Here are a few pics of the last 8 months (can't believe it's almost July!!)

Christmas!


Got my paint dividers installed finally.



Installed Torq Thrust II's. Bias ply tires are brutal!!




Daughter got her permit and I let her drive.



I always let my kids help me wash the car if they come with me.



1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

Me


 
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06-25-19 12:02 PM - Post#2769230    
    In response to TYTILIDIE

One good looking car and a great dad, something that they will talk about even after you are long gone. Not sure which emoji is appropriate, if either ☚ī¸đŸ˜, Lamar



 
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06-25-19 12:37 PM - Post#2769234    
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That is more fun than building it for sure. You are a very trusting dad to let your daughter drive with a permit. I don't think my heart could stand the pressure.
We went to the Woodlands for the weekend a few weeks ago, and my granddaughter just got into the driver's seat of my Escalade. Left me to take the co-pilot seat. I was a little nervous for about a hundred miles. I was still a little apprehensive going through Houston, but by the time we got home, I was sleeping with the seat laid back as far as it would go.

Beautiful car. I hope the 6T comes out even a little bit as nice as your 59. The new wheels and tires really make it pop. It went from ho-hum to WOW!!

Griff

if you're gonna be a bear..................

1960 Biscayne (the 6T)
2005 Yukon XL
2007 GMC Sierra Classic 8.1
2009 Silverado
2011 Escalade ESV


 
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06-26-19 07:47 AM - Post#2769290    
    In response to TYTILIDIE

Fantastic progress!
Tell me - what size wheels/tires you got there? they look perfect!



 
TYTILIDIE 
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07-06-19 12:59 PM - Post#2770062    
    In response to PLS

Thanks buddy, I appreciate it! I do try to be a decent father, it's tough sometimes, especially for my line of work.

1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

Me


 
TYTILIDIE 
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TYTILIDIE
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Loc: Colorado Springs
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07-06-19 01:04 PM - Post#2770063    
    In response to beagrizzly

Yeah, she rubbed the trash can at the end of the driveway when we got home. I told her she can't drive it again for a month. She felt really bad. She's a good kid though. She actually works for both of our companies. I made her work for my landscaping company because we were at the shop one day and I told her to lock the gate and she couldn't figure out how the lock worked.

I was going insane, I thought "damn, my kids can't do anything"! So I told my wife, our kids work for both companies no matter what so they can learn how to do things. I always was left with my own defenses and we didn't have cell phones growing up so we were always climbing trees, fences, making slingshots, stuff like that. She is doing great though.

Trust me when I tell you this, my 59 is NOT perfect. There are a lot of small things wrong with it but I really could care less. I mean really, who can say they drive one every day?

1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

Me


 
TYTILIDIE 
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TYTILIDIE
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07-06-19 01:12 PM - Post#2770065    
    In response to 59Lenoir

Thanks!

The wheels are Torq Thrust II's. Size is 18x8. Rear has a 1" spacer. I really think I should have went for a 9 or 10" wheel in the back. I used an offset tool to measure for the wheels AND tires and it was dead accurate. For some reason I thought it wouldn't be so I didn't chance it with a bigger wheel and tire in the rear.

I will say, it handles like night and day from the Bias Ply tires, WOW!!

1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

Me


 
beagrizzly 
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07-08-19 08:38 AM - Post#2770183    
    In response to TYTILIDIE

Hey, if it looks good at 80 mph, it's good enough. They were meant to drive, so, any inspection should be done at 80. Right?

JMHO

Griff

if you're gonna be a bear..................

1960 Biscayne (the 6T)
2005 Yukon XL
2007 GMC Sierra Classic 8.1
2009 Silverado
2011 Escalade ESV


 
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07-09-19 01:54 PM - Post#2770301    
    In response to TYTILIDIE

Thanks but I meant the other ones - I like the fat whites!



Edited by 59Lenoir on 07-09-19 01:54 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
TYTILIDIE 
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08-05-19 07:02 PM - Post#2772492    
    In response to 59Lenoir

Those are 15x8's. Tires are bias ply H78? I believe.

1959 Biscayne with Impala Moldings, 5.3l LS Swap, 4l60e trans, factory PCM
1992 GMC Typhoon - Bowtie block and heads, forged everything, PTE76mm Turbo, 4L80E, Stock PCM's

"You'll never get anywhere if you keep starting over".

Me


 
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