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1.Surface:mill finished, anodized
4.Length:cutting according to customer’s request
5.Mould:made according to customer’s drawings or sample
A short video demonstrating why I strip almost all the copper wire I get including Christmas lights. I do not do scrapping full time as I have a full time job. So I scrap in my spare time or between jobs as filler work. The prices I used were from Sept. 2014. At that time low grade ins. wire was $0.20 / lb and bare bright was $2.60 / lb. Prices have fallen since then so they would need to be adjusted for today’s price.
The wire stripper I use is the WS-001 Scrap Wire stripper from RBF Products. It’s ease of use makes stripping wire a lot easier to justify stripping almost everything.
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With big block power, a modern gearbox, an updated suspension and iconic good looks, this Chevelle epitomizes the appeal and swagger of old school Detroit iron. Want to spend some quality time wrapped in octane-rich Americana? Here’s the scene you’ve been looking for!
Not far removed from a detailed restoration, this Chevelle wears a timeless coat of glossy black 2-stage that’s so smooth it could be described as ‘wet-look’. Under that finish, solid body panels align well, forming an impressive profile that’s sure to turn heads for years to come. At the front of that profile, a familiar Super Sport grille hangs a small *]ACHEVELLE*]A script between a broad bumper and stainless-trimmed T3 headlights. Behind that grille, an appropriately labeled cowl induction hood anchors stainless pins opposite stainless-trimmed glass. Beneath that glass, traditional door handles and subtle *]ASS502*]A emblems float between bright wheel frames and a correct chrome mirror. Opposite that mirror, a second broad bumper secures clear taillights at the sides of a clean Super Sport inlay. And all those bolt-ons, when combined with the car’s fresh finish and impressive stance, ensure a grand influx of memorable compliments!
Toss this Chevy’s hood and you’ll find a clean, 502 cubic inch big block that’s been built, polished and tweaked to roughly 502 horsepower! A rich mixture of air and fuel is supplied by a familiar Holley 4-barrel, which floats between polished fluid lines, a Mr. Gasket pressure gauge and a finned Edelbrock filter. That carb rides on a lightweight aluminum intake, which is bolted to the Jet Black block via Jet Black heads. Those heads hang snazzy, color-keyed valve covers between a beefy breather and coated Hooker Competition headers. At the back of those headers, a modern HEI distributor sequences spark through loomed MSD Super Conductor plug wires. In front of those wires, a polished serpentine drive spins a coated Weiand water pump between a polished alternator, a modern AC compressor and modern power steering. And that pump feeds a chrome-capped, 4-core radiator that’s parked in front of a giant electric puller fan.
When the engine jumps to life, it spins torque through a 3,500 RPM stall converter to a Turbo-Hydramatic 400 3-speed that was sourced directly from TCI Automotive. That transmission, equipped with a trans brake and manual reverse valve body, twists power to an aluminum driveshaft that’s hooked to an Eaton posi-traction differential and big, 3.73 gears. That 12-bolt pushes a factory-spec suspension that’s been upgraded with a beefy sway bar, Hotchkis front control arms, QA-1 adjustable coil-overs and boxed rear control arms. The aforementioned power steering makes excellent use of a Saginaw gearbox. Power assisted disc brakes, sourced from a Corvette and Cadillac DTS, employ red calipers to squeeze drilled and slotted rotors. There’s a 3-inch exhaust system that growls through a Pypes X-pipe and welded, dual-chamber mufflers. And everything rolls on Boss Motorsports 338s, which lap in 245/45ZR18 Nitto Invos in front of 275/40ZR20 Nitto Invos.
Inside, things appear mostly traditional with the exception of a few thoughtful upgrades. Era-correct bench and bucket seats feature factory power adjustment for the car’s driver. A familiar Super Sport dash complements clean telemetry with Vintage Air climate controls. A modern Kenwood CD player utilizes an 1,800-watt amp to jolt five Infinity speakers and a 12-inch subwoofer. A traditional console frames a traditional shifter. And the driver guides a reproduction Chevrolet Rally Wheel.
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