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    Newbie with a Chevy G20 van

    Hey all, how's it going? Everyone staying nice and safe?

    I stumbled upon this site when searching for a decent valve spring compressor of all things. Google does some odd stuff.

    Anyway, I'm the proud (and daft) owner of my '92 Chevy G20 van with 350 TBI. I've owned it just over 18 months, and since purchase I've done a reasonable butt tonne of work.

    Here's a link to my Google Progress Gallery :

    So far, I've had the body resprayed, all rust removed and tidied up (from the roof down, I've got to work on the roof I think).

    Rust proofed the chassis and body

    Removed the old cracked cast exhaust manifolds and replaced with nice Stainless Headers.

    Full stainless exhaust.

    Installed a single point LPG system (works great).

    Polished the rims up a bit.

    Resprayed the dash with Plastidip Plumb Crazy.

    Replaced the front seats (with the rear 2 seats, I didn't want rear seats anyway, just the bed).

    There's still an absolute monster of a pile of things I want to get done. As there always is with these things, but little steps. Plan is to grab some Vortec heads, intake, and bigger cam to make the gutless TBI breath a bit better. Also want to overhaul the entire suspension. Just waiting on shocks and springs to do that.

    Anyway, that's my story! Hi!

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    Welcome to the madhouse..

    The Oddlot Drag Racing Team...havin fun is usual
    57 chevy wagon.
    540cui altered.
    your not drunk enough if you can lie on the floor without holding on..

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