In the 90’s everything had to be shaved, so lets roll with it.

It seems most Mazda have broken antennas and that just didn’t work for me or my mini. If you have every replaced an antenna, you know they attach from the under side of the fender. My plan was to unbolt the side of the fender and try to pull it out enough to get to … Continue reading In the 90’s everything had to be shaved, so lets roll with it.

Out with the old and in with new!

After I figured out the factory block was junk it was time to get it out of there. Got the Block out and … a little while later, I had the tranny out as well. I then borrowed a bare block, head and manifolds for the mock up process. Since so little was online about … Continue reading Out with the old and in with new!

Found a Clean 1989 Mazda B2200 for $250… What to do with it?

I found this little Mazda on Facebook. Its been living on a farm, working way to hard. He gave up his heart to that farm. I believe he has always really wanted to be a Minitruck. Well… I thought it would be best to really inspect his heart and decided if it could be saved. … Continue reading Found a Clean 1989 Mazda B2200 for $250… What to do with it?

Bags working in the 46!

All new brake parts arrived so I am making progress on that. Nothing special. 80’s Camaro’s had much better brakes then a 46 truck so stock was plenty of an upgrade. New rotors, new calipers, new drums, new bearings, and new wheel cylinders. Electrical is about done, need to finish headlights and tail lights when … Continue reading Bags working in the 46!

Starting the 1946 Chevrolet project.

After searching for about a year I found this gem in New Mexico for $1200. Its a 1946 Chevrolet half ton pick up. For some reason I love the front end on these and have been wanting to build one that laid running boards. I loaded up the car dolly, grabbed the wife and headed … Continue reading Starting the 1946 Chevrolet project.