RoadShark

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  1. Welcome. There's nailhead info to be found here also: https://www.v8buick.com/index.php?forums/da-nailhead.9/
  2. Is that a steering wheel spinner on the shift handle?
  3. "Missed your birthday"! LOL. That's for sure...
  4. That's what I bought my Riv recently. This is the "good old days"...
  5. How Many Cars, How Many Buicks

    50 8 cars 1 Buick
  6. car fell on me last sunday

    I know you were referring to the 4-post lift, but I just have to throw 2 cents in on 2-post lifts - especially with the X-frame. I have a substantial Mohawk 2-post, but it grabs the frame near the centerline of the car. Even accounting for that, if I'm getting frisky under there, the nose is a little heavier and can start rocking. Two tons at 6 feet up is a lot of potential energy. I bought two of the tall vertical jack stands, and I think I'm going to buy two more. They're like motorcycle helmets - they seem expensive when you're buying them, but so cheap when you're really using them! Just to add: the brake lines don't look like that anymore!
  7. Man that looks good in black. You picked the right wheels too...
  8. Needs surf boards on the top! He does nice work and I like the look. Picking nits: the red lines are just a little too close to the wheels. It'd be perfect if the red lines were a slightly larger diameter. Somehow the white lines look different at the same size.
  9. Nice. I just like being on the scene too.
  10. That looks like some good fun. Was it just a show or were they running them down the track too?
  11. It's well executed - I'll give them that.
  12. I love going to Canada. Happy Birthday!
  13. Front bumper is tweaked. I'd definitely want to see this one in person first.
  14. LeSabre Concept car comes to life, driving around

    Dig the afterburner tail light and the hideaway cyclops headlight.
  15. They didn't look so fabulous in the installed condition, were holding rust in, and weren't holding the body off the frame at the original height. If I didn't address the rust between the mounts and the body now, they'd be going through the floor soon.