It’s rollin rollin rollin rollin WHAT

I placed some shorter jackstands down by the pinchwelds, and after a scary moment of one of the stands getting caught and nearly tipping over (with me ‘carrying’ the car by the firewall’s fender mounting brackets) I moved it up and back and down low enough to slide the subframe into its home

Sadly, even though I have a full Energy Suspension urethane body and suspension mounting kit (in black, because stealth), these hunks of worn out shit went back in to hold the car together for the move

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Once the rear of the subframe was propped into position by another jackstand, install began

Oh and I remembered to attach the steering column to the intermediate shaft... but just realized I still didn’t install a pinch bolt when I saw this picture.

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Here’s a shot of the rarely seen passenger side of the car.. the GOOD side

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And BAM, all bolted together, jackstands removed, rolling back and forth on sketchy old mismatched tires and wheels!

Not sure if I was going to make the same old post with pictures again, I also shot this video as an overview of pretty much the same thing I wrote here so.... ENJOY!

So yeah, I had a list. And I finally got to cross off more than one thing on the To Do Move list that I’ve had all winter:

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Then I took it for a ‘spin’

It needs a door to rest my elbow on.

That’s next.