Your appearance on this site reminds me alot of the flap over at the Hotrodders.comhttp://www.hotrodders.com/
where "powermelissa" has spammed numerous auto forums with stealth marketing campaigns.
v8 tvshow seems to be an entertaining site where restoration knowledge and product advertising are packaged together in an entertaining "watch this build" format.
Congrats to you and your husband for apparently being in the video/advertising business and helping companies sell more of their products.
I just think you should be upfront if this is your intention in coming to the Stovebolt site.
I don't buy your "I'm going to need a lot of help" line. Watching a few of the other videos on your site convinces me otherwise.
You have already told us "Stay tuned much more to come."
Much more advertising of restoration products, I bet.
Just my 2 cents.
Wow Randy. I understand your comments, but I should clarify that this project is a personal undertaking for me.. you'll notice that all the V8TV projects are American Musclecars, save for the '49 Chevy, and that's a privately owned project that I'm not promoting here.
I probably can get help from the guys in the shop, but they're up to their eyes building the Cutlass, GTO, and other car projects. I finally found a simple project of my own to play with, and this is the perfect forum to help me learn about it.
It's true I work on the muscle cars too, and I do know how to weld and do bodywork all that stuff, but to be honest, I don't know the first thing about a 3 on the tree transmission or drum brakes. That's why I came to this forum, to learn about the old stuff that's not very common.
I'm not here to promote anything, I'm just trying to get my truck put back together. If I mention a product that I'm using on the truck, it's because it works and I thought others might like to see it. I mentioned Rock Auto the other day, I have a $500 bill for all those parts... I have no need to promote them, they just happened to have what I needed and they ship fast.
I'm sorry that you're feeling "sold", but you have me misread here.