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I started a rebuild project with my son today. I have a 33 chevy stovebolt on the engine stand. I plan to rebuild it and eventually stick it back in my 33 Chevy Standard. I want to update everything on the engine to 12v and a modern carb. I am wondering if I can just remove the starterator completely, and if there are any other things that simply will not be needed when using newer parts and technology. I'd appreciate any help or other comments you have to offer. Bob
Here are a few pics of the 33 chevy my Son and I started work on. We pulled the engine this weekend and it is on the engine stand in the garage. Our first project is to rebuild the motor and then the trans. I already have a few questions Ill post in the tech section on the rebuild.
I took a good part of the day to clean up and reformat my Webpage - www.46chevytruck.com. For those not familiar with it, you will find a lot of resources for the 1941-1946 Chevy trucks. It has grown over the years and I continue to add to it as I get new resources and learn new things. I always welcome new entries/info. It also have a restoration log for both my 1/2 ton '46 pickup and my 1/2 ton Carryall Suburban '46 I added some new photo albums to the web page that include Vintage photos, Adds and Abandoned photos. This page is strictly out there as a free reference for everybody to use and you won't find any sort of adds on it (other than the header from the Web hosting site). I have included a links page of various vendors and other helpful sites. Since I cleaned it up, I just figured I would "re-introduce" it for those not familiar. Let me know if there is something else you would like to see on it. In addition, let me know how it loads up on your end.... Tim