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Category Archives: 1965 Dodge Coronet
We made it through the mountains pulling the Mini! We were able to climb the big hill into the mountains and then up and down the pass both ways to winter park. I don’t think there is anywhere we can’t … Continue reading
We’ve always had a problem with the door on the Great Dale. There was no way to latch it open and it would blow around in the wind. I tried a standard RV door latch in the beginning, but the … Continue reading
The Great Dale Swamp Cooler prototype is complete and tested. This is a modification of a modification of the home depot swamp coolers that people usually build for Burning Man. I made a couple previously for burning man and learned … Continue reading
We took a trip to Santa Fe and Albuquerque, NM. We pulled the Mini all the way there and the Torquemonster performed perfectly.
One of the downsides of not having a trailer is transportation when we get to the destination. We have a Mini Cooper with a standard transmission that makes for a great pull-behind dinghy-tow vehicle, so we decided to see if … Continue reading
The final piece of the 1965 Coronet Great Dale re-imagining is complete. The old 361 engine has been replaced with a 383 cubic inch block bored to 494 cubic inches with a custom camshaft to produce maximum torque with the … Continue reading
We sent the dashboard to the fine folks at http://www.justdashes.com/ last winter and we should have posted the pictures then. But I couldn’t find the heater knob until recently, so here they are.
The Great Dale made an appearance at Elsewhence 2015.
Here she is! Almost finished too. Only waiting to get the dash back. I’ve been looking for the perfect shade of turquoise for almost a year. Found the fabric in about a month. We went to the Colorado Classic Campout … Continue reading
We can see the end of the Great Dale Restoration project thanks to these fine people who helped with the interior and exterior. The Great Dale front end was completely stripped before heading off to Larry at Retro Restoration http://www.retrorestoration.com/. Larry completely re-skinned … Continue reading