American Modern's The Build team is working on replacing the transmission shifter hump on the 1965 Chevy Malibu SS. Plus, they'll be working with a stud gun, and may even play some tricks on team members. Enjoy! Be sure to follow along on Facebook too: http://facebook.com/americanmoderncollectorcar @American Modern Insurance Group
The Build team is working on dismantling the Muncie transmission. They'll show you everything from draining the gear oil, removing the hurst shifter, linkage, and more. Enjoy! And be sure to follow along on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AmericanModernCollectorCar @American Modern Insurance Group
On this episode of The Build, the team is focusing on the interior. They're removing the dash, the steering wheel, steering column, heater box, emergency brake, and more. Rick will even go into some history on on the Chevy Malibu's 'cup holders'. Enjoy and be sure to follow along on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AmericanModernCollectorCar #TheBuild @American Modern Insurance Group
The Build team is working on stripping the underbody of undercoating. The floor pans were saved due to the strength of the undercoating. Aircraft stripper is used before sanding, in order to save as much of the metal as possible in removing the paint. A surprise piece of spray-in Styrofoam appears in the removal of the undercoating. Watch more episodes by subscribing to our YouTube channel, and Like us on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/AmericanModer... #The Build @American Modern…
Watch episode 28 of The Build as Rob, an engine expert at Smyth Automotive explains what needs to be done in order to thoroughly inspect this 1965 Chevy Malibu SS Big Block engine. Also, if you haven't yet, be sure to "Like" The Build on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AmericanModer... @American Modern Insurance Group
Now that this 396 Big Block Chevy engine is on the engine stand, it's time to check the ring end gap. The Build team and Smyth Automotive want to make sure that when the rings go up and down the cylinder, the rings will expand once hot. Next they'll check the oil expanders and then move onto inserting the crank shaft and plastic gauge it to make sure there is enough oil clearance. Check us out on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/AmericanModernClassicCar @American Modern Insurance Group
American Modern Insurance employees cheer as the company name is announced.
American Modern Insurance Group, provider of insurance for many of life’s pleasures such as collector cars, is fully engaged in the old car hobby: the employees and agents built a show-car from a thoroughly smashed 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS. From a crumpled mess to a customized beauty making the rounds of the show-car circuit, the car nicknamed “Ami G” has made quite an impact.