This is the restoration project belonging to Dan Hyduke . It has been Dans life long dream to see his Dodge Charger back on the road as it once was when he purchased the car new. His wife used to drive it daily back and forth to work for 3 years dealing with all the little bugs that pleaged the car all time. Once the car got about ten years on it Dan realized that it could be worth some money someday and that these cars were maybe going to be rare so he started the restoration in the early ’80s and after two other shops dropped the ball he brought it to Noel Automotive to finish what others have started.
Cutting up some Walnut, Locust, Hackeberry and Ash to get ready for splitting wood in West Branch Iowa
Cutting up an Ash log with the Stihl 660 and 32 inch bar. this is the first part of the video later we will be splitting wood with our home made wood processor
I just took ownership of this 1996 Honda Accord, which was broken down due to an oil leak. After towing it in and adding oil, we started it and found out there were a few more issues. So, we decided to finish the car off.
For super cranking power, we installed a brand new Interstate MT-58 battery. For your (and our) pleasure, the Death of a Honda.
This is a 1968 Coronet RT, My friend Jared bought the car with his dad years ago and began the task of rebuilding the old. The car used to be raced at the PIKES PEAK mountain race track and when Jared go a hold of the car is was pretty used up needing all of the sheet metal refurbished in one way or another. After years of collecting parts, money and a pile of metal grinding dust the car was sent to Larry Hiliar then to Noel Automotive for vinyl roof , headliner and engine rebuilt by Lawrence Machine then Hemi Orange paint applied at Noel Automotive then Tom Anthony and Jared installed the engine . Keith, Jared , Tom and Jareds parents all wanted to be part of the engine being started
These are videos of the first test fire. Due to the limits on YouTube, the video is split in 3 sections.