I’ve jumped into this one mid progress, but please go over and take a look at Brian’s Riv build and the other excellent work that he does.
You should be able to pick up the other Riviera posts here
I’m approaching my 64th birthday in a couple of weeks, Thanksgiving is coming right up, and I’m pretty thankful for my wonderful family, beautiful grandson, great home with a (semi) warm shop, a collection of some pretty neat cars, a couple of fun projects, time to devote to them, and a wife who supports this obsession of mine.
The Riviera is coming along pretty well, the brake conversion is done. I got the correct pins, and the spindles and brakes are on the car for good. Lines are next, and the new master cylinder needs to go in. I pulled the original gas tank, and have the poly ’93 Cadillac tank that was under our old ’48 Pontiac convertible to replace the original. A new sending unit and Walbro fuel pump compatible with the pressure requirements of the LS is an easy swap, then lines for that, and the car…
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