Greeting from Myrtle Beach! I'm 20 years old and in the navy. I have recently been passed down this bel air from my grandmother. It was slightly restored 20 years ago but work stopped and the car is mostly stock. The top of the car seems pretty solid with most of the and little bubbling but the...
Hello! I am a new member and I live near Orlando, Florida. Just recently I purchased a '57 150 2-door wagon. This is my first build and I'm really looking forward to hearing and learning from all of you in my project thread.
Hello. My name is Steve and I am doing a Retro restore on a 56 210. I look forward to sharing and learning using this site and forum.
I have been a Tri-Five fan for many years and looking forward to many hours of interaction.
Hello everyone! I've been a member once before but i lost all my info. My first car and my current project car is my 1956 210 Townsman wagon. I'd like to stay an active member and share my progress. I'd love to hear advice and possibly meet fellow tri-fivers in my area. Thanks for checking my...
I just joined up , currently have a 57 Belair 2 dr hardtop I have owned since . 1973, quit driving it in 1975. Been dragging from house to house since then, wanting to restore but, never seemed to have the funds to do it all at once. Finally have come to the conclusion its going to have to be a...
I have been restoring cars and hot rods since the early 50s. I started out with 32 ford rods, moved to a 49 ford, the a 54 dodge with a hemi, then a 54 merc, a 34 chev 5 window, chopped and channeled then a 31 ford roadster on deuce rails. well, the list goes on . I did enjoy a 56 chev I had...
Just bought a running/driving 56 Bel Air 4-Door Sedan V8 (not original) 4 speed manual with almost no rust. I'll be needing lots of help as I turn it into a reliable regular driver.
Here it is:
My initial list to get it to where I can begin restoring things is as...
Newly registered but I have crept around here at the forum the last few weeks searching answers to all my questions and concerns.
Fulfilled a life long dream and bought a 2dr 210 '55 a month ago (rolling project) that I will restore and rebuild small step at a time. Many more questions...
Hi everyone ... I am kind of late joining,wish I would have found this site sooner. I have always wanted but could never afford one of the older chevy's , not at the prices these days. even as a kid I wanted a 55 2dr. well things happed for a reason, and I think it was worth waiting for, I have...
Hi, New member from the salt capital Rochester, NY. I have a 57 convertible owned since 1966. Once a potent street racer with a 389 Pontiac (late 60's) now being restored as street machine. Need all the help I can get so I am looking forward to using your site. Thanks
I'm a new member from Apex, NC (just outside of Raleigh). Just purchased a '55 2 door hardtop, 350, 3-speed, power disk brakes, nice paint and interior.
I'm transitioning from the finance world and took a long, cross-country RV trip this summer. While we were driving along...
I can not believe I'm just finding this community...I'm a lover of the old stuff... and had a great time at the Roadsters SoCal show this past weekend... what a mad mad mad place for an enthusiast... plenty of TriFives to gloat over..
Regards to all for accepting my presence!
New member here, Heard about tri five a tony in tennessee. Thanks Tony. I have a 55 nomad bought from Oakland Calif then shipped home to Toledo Oh.
nomad purchased as a basket case. I am sorting parts @ this time.