Restoring Murder Nova’s 1975 Caprice Donk For SEMA 2021! Part 1: The Tear Down

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Tearing down Shawn’s 1975 Caprice Donk to get it ready to dispel at SEMA 2021!

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34 thoughts on “Restoring Murder Nova’s 1975 Caprice Donk For SEMA 2021! Part 1: The Tear Down

  1. Shawn, you can make a tool with a wire coat hanger to pull those headlight springs by cutting the hanger at one end on the bottom and the opposite side about 4 inches from the bend, then on the long part of the piece you cut off use the Needle nose pliers to make a small hook, then bent the other end into a t-handle then just hook the springs and pull out and twist, reverse to replace. Takes less than a Minute to make and you'll find so many uses for this handy tool, it can also be used to pull the door handle clips on GM door handles.
    I keep wire coat hangers in my tool box just so I can make one whenever I need one.

  2. Is he actually going to pay the Snap On guy with a check? Who uses check's anymore? My girlfriend of 20 year's and I own a commercial cleaning business and we get paid out for PO's from businesses with checks and older people usually but anyone in their 40's or younger usually pay with a card or cash and a lot of people use Venmo, Chime and PayPal which was new to us. Now we do a lot of business with people who live out of state and they send check's. I'm almost sure he had a checkbook in his hand to pay the tool guy and I just figured everyone around his age and younger didn't use checks.

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