Please Welcome Steve V's Automotive

Steve V

Steve V's Automotive 757 560 2782
#2
Thanks Shane! After working on these cars as a hobby since I was 19 I've got a decent customer base and am ready to do this fulltime. I am not just limited to turbobuicks as I am a GM World Class Tech as well as transmission specialist. Over the years I have made some great friends in this community and learned a lot from the guru's. I am looking forward to what the future holds.

https://www.facebook.com/stevevturbobuicks/ is my facebook page I usually chronical my work on here. This lets customers watch the progress that are not local as well as providing them documentation for the future.

I live in Elberon Va 23846 in the woods on 5 acres. I have 30x40 shop and do all mechanical repairs, mods, restorative work there for now. All of my machine work is done at RCG by myself under RC's watchful eye or by RC's local machinist .

business email is stevevautomotive@gmail.com, personal cell is 757 560 2782

Thanks guys!
 

Bruce Urie

The Ventures,CCR forever!
#5
Welcome, Steve........I live in Virginia also.....outside of Fredericksburg.....after enough tool throwing episodes, I may have to come down and pay you to do it.......not tool throwing, the work that I'm getting too damn old to do on my Grand National...too much pain I'm having............glad you are somewhat close.....from reading your posts here for years, you are one to be trusted so well with these Turbo Buicks......hard to find a guy like you now days......

Bruce '87 Grand National
 

Steve V

Steve V's Automotive 757 560 2782
#7
Welcome, Steve........I live in Virginia also.....outside of Fredericksburg.....after enough tool throwing episodes, I may have to come down and pay you to do it.......not tool throwing, the work that I'm getting too damn old to do on my Grand National...too much pain I'm having............glad you are somewhat close.....from reading your posts here for years, you are one to be trusted so well with these Turbo Buicks......hard to find a guy like you now days......

Bruce '87 Grand National
Thank you and happy to be at your service.
 

Bruce Urie

The Ventures,CCR forever!
#15
That's AWESOME, Steve! It's always so helpful for dweebs like me to actually see the processes of mechanical repairs, procedures, and how the "pros" do it! This a great idea you've done! Just love it.

Maybe someday, when you're changing the main rear engine oil seal from the rope to the neoprene seal, you could guide us through the process step by step...using the sealer stuff, eliminating the air bubbles, offsetting the seal ends, where to put sealant on the bearing ends, etc. etc. I, myself would LOVE to see this process.

I've done two rear engine oil seals on my Jeeps, but I'm kind of wondering it both procedures are different in a way.

Anyway, GREAT IDEA, Steve. I applaud you!(y):joyful:

Bruce '87 Grand National
 

Steve V

Steve V's Automotive 757 560 2782
#18
That's AWESOME, Steve! It's always so helpful for dweebs like me to actually see the processes of mechanical repairs, procedures, and how the "pros" do it! This a great idea you've done! Just love it.

Maybe someday, when you're changing the main rear engine oil seal from the rope to the neoprene seal, you could guide us through the process step by step...using the sealer stuff, eliminating the air bubbles, offsetting the seal ends, where to put sealant on the bearing ends, etc. etc. I, myself would LOVE to see this process.

I've done two rear engine oil seals on my Jeeps, but I'm kind of wondering it both procedures are different in a way.

Anyway, GREAT IDEA, Steve. I applaud you!(y):joyful:

Bruce '87 Grand National
Bruce I have documented that countless times on my Facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/stevevturbobuicks/

I put EVERY single build I do on this page it goes back 4 years so far.
 

Steve V

Steve V's Automotive 757 560 2782
#20
That's AWESOME, Steve! It's always so helpful for dweebs like me to actually see the processes of mechanical repairs, procedures, and how the "pros" do it! This a great idea you've done! Just love it.

Maybe someday, when you're changing the main rear engine oil seal from the rope to the neoprene seal, you could guide us through the process step by step...using the sealer stuff, eliminating the air bubbles, offsetting the seal ends, where to put sealant on the bearing ends, etc. etc. I, myself would LOVE to see this process.

I've done two rear engine oil seals on my Jeeps, but I'm kind of wondering it both procedures are different in a way.

Anyway, GREAT IDEA, Steve. I applaud you!(y):joyful:

Bruce '87 Grand National