1967 Impala LS Swap. Part 4: Fuel System Update

So, there’s a problem. Despite everything  said in the previous post, and as easy as this Tanks Inc setup was to install, there is one glaring issue: The fuel pump is loud. Very loud. Advertisements

AngeliCar: 1967 Impala LS Swap – Part 2: Engine In

In this post – in this very long post – I talk about oil pan clearances, engine mounts, and front accessory drives. The 3 things that are key to getting the LS to sit inside that big engine bay.

AngeliCar: 1967 Impala LS Swap – Part 1: The basics

So, you have a ’67 Impala, and you picked up an LS for a bargain. Now what?

Righting some wrongs.

Long time between posts, but plenty of work has been done to the C10 “Wrongside” and unfortunately, plenty of work needs to be done.

“Wrongside”

Found myself a new project – a factory built right-hand drive 1967 Chevrolet C10 shortbed pickup.

Baby got new shoes!

So, that separated tyre I mentioned has finally given way.     With new tyres now a necessity,

Separated

Few small updates with AngeliCar. Separated rear tyre. Have decided it’s time for new wheels & tyres.

Time to go live!

AngeliCar is officially on the road.

Working Man

Impala has been painted and I’ve been spending the last month getting everything back together. Pain the arse putting a car back together that you didn’t strip. Missing clips are all too common, however the worst has been not knowing what order they go on. It’s been a learning curve, but still fun!

Painted! The video.

AngeliCar in paint! The video.