TreyRob89

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About TreyRob89

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  • Birthday 11/20/1989

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    San Antonio, TX

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  1. Thank you! I wish I was able to do SS paint, but the gentleman who allowed me to use his shop insisted on using a clear coat. Hope you're enjoying Texas, let me know if you come further south towards San Antonio! It's difficult to find fellow Buick people down here
  2. Beautiful cruising weather in Texas this weekend! Anyone else hit the road?
  3. Finally getting some good "before and after" comparisons!
  4. What part of Texas are you in? Do you have most of the original parts? I have a great guy in San Antonio
  5. Good luck man! Keep us posted. I'm down in San Antonio, but there are tons of people willing to help in Texas
  6. Hey Billy! From what I have been told, the regulator will only set a limit for max oil pressure. So it probably won't help in this scenario. The oil pressure switch is probably working correctly if it detects the drop in pressure with hot oil. I hate to say it, but it's looking like the pump is the problem....hopefully someone can correct me if I'm wrong.
  7. I have just finished doing the undercarriage of my '71, by far the dirtiest part of the entire restoration! As for using marine materials, a co-worker of mine wouldn't suggest it. He says there are different chemicals in that spray which inhibit algae growth, and who knows what else...plus marine materials are always over priced. Here is the product I used for my undercoat. Just be sure to clean the surface with kerosene or some other light distillate, and wipe it off before it dries. Here is what it looks like after being applied: