68 Road Runner Gets it’s Beep Beep back!!

While trying to warn a real life coyote of his ‘rapid’ approach, Bill’s 1968 Road Runner (#ProjectBeepBeep) failed to  issue the famous BeepBeep, or was that just part the car’s instinctive DNA based response to coyotes in general?

Either way Bill tackles the problem.

Here’s a shot of the horn.


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Introducing #ProjectBeepBeep – Code H 1968 Road Runner

I’d like you to take a look at one of my constant readers classic muscle car. First let me say that Bill has been an a long quest to find a car to replace this car:   Back in the day. It was a long search with lots of phone calls with many …

Project BeepBeep – ’68 Road Runner – Drum or Disc – The Decision

1968 Ply Road RunnerProject BeepBeep Welcome back to #ProjectBeepBeep.  Bill is looking at the brakes and gets some professional assistance to help him make a crucial decision.  You know if you’ve got a lot of GO…you need a lot STOP. It not an easy decision to alter a car’s originality, especially …

Project BeepBeep – ’68 Road Runner -Disc Break Conversion Part 2

Thanks for checking back in on #ProjectBeepBeep. Having made the decision to convert the front brakes from shoe to disc Bill gets started with this major project for #ProjectBeepBeep. He went with a kit from Dr. Diff and here’s a brief look at some of the contents.   Nice shiny new rotors!! Spindle …

Project BeepBeep 68 Road Runner – Fender Brace Repair

Welcome back to #ProjectBeepBeep, Bill’s 1968 Road Runner.  Bill has been moving long with small projects on BeepBeep and I’m try to play catch up with will all my blogging.

While going over his car with magnifying glass Bill found a crack in one of the inner fender well brace.  Over time this can cause issues.  Here’s how the fix went.

Ok, so often when you are working on a project it, recording it has to take a back seat so it doesn’t slow progress and in this case doesn’t take up extra time when a friend is lending a hand.

After the welding there was a little bit of heat damage that needed to be tended too.  Check out the wrap up of this project:



Thanks for following along.  There will be more coming up.