Hello from Northern Alberta, Canada

Discussion in 'introduce yourself' started by Trever Sekulich, Jan 11, 2018 at 1:59 PM.

  1. Trever Sekulich

    Trever Sekulich New Member

    -38 celceus today so staying inside and thought I would see what is on this site to chat about. Seems like a lot of good info so far.
     
  2. Grumpy

    Grumpy The Grumpy Grease Monkey Staff Member

    welcome to the web site

    btw minus -38 C= roughly minus -36 F for the rest of us in the U.S.A. which is not all that pleasant to work outside in
     
  3. Indycars

    Indycars Administrator Staff Member

    Welcome to the forum! Working on any projects???

    You should move to Oklahoma where it's a balmy 26° F today.
     
  4. Trever Sekulich

    Trever Sekulich New Member

    26 definitely balmy compared to us. As far as projects: working on a 1989 GMC K3500 dooly/motor done (1973 BBC 454, aluminum heads, towing cam, tbfi froM 89, 4l80e from a 90 dooly. New interior going in with buckets and jump seat instead of bench.
    Also time to restore my 1970 Chevelle Ls6. Strating to strip it down for a frame off. Did the motor over Xmas and is on stand ready to drop in.
    After these the wife wants me to build her 1956 International step side. I have 4x4 drivetrain out of 1992 GMC I think I will put under it.
    Then after that if I am still kicking I will build (gonna rod it) my 1929 Pontiac Convertable that is acid dipped, primed, chrome done and patiently waiting for me to get her done.
     
  5. Grumpy

    Grumpy The Grumpy Grease Monkey Staff Member

    well, please post detailed pictures when you get further into those projects
     
  6. Loves302Chevy

    Loves302Chevy "One test is worth a thousand expert opinions."

  7. Indycars

    Indycars Administrator Staff Member

    Trevor,

    Well .... it doesn't look like you are sitting around on your duff with all those projects. You
    should start a build thread on the current project.

    Do you have a heated garage to work in? or do you just rough it. You got to be tougher to
    live that far north.
     

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