Concept One Pulley Systems’ new edition of Shop Talk features Concept One’s custom thermostat housing. Shop Talk is a regular video series produced by Concept One Pulleys to provide tech tips and how-to videos.
The latest edition provides details on Concept One’s custom thermostat housing. Customers were finding they had clearance issues with the standard OE thermostat housing. By changing the position of the thermostat to point down at a 6:00 position instead of sticking out at an 8:00 position Concept One’s thermostat gives builders more options for frame rails, hood side, control arm, etc.
Custom Thermostat Housing
Concept One has a project car of our own, a 1969 El Camino whose original owner is the uncle of our co-owners, Kevin and Randy Redd. As time allows, and you know there is never enough of that, we’ve been slowly rebuilding this El Camino in our back room. Check this blog for past posts about the El Camino. Progress is being made and it’s rolling. Here are few pictures we took the other day. Hopefully we’ll have another update real soon.
We were excited to be a sponsor of the 24th annual Auto Crusade Car Show in Cumming, Georgia on August 25 and 26. There were so many great cars there and we were happy to see so many Concept One Pulley Systems. We took a tons of pictures and videos of the show. Make sure to follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ConceptOnePulleys/ and Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/concept_one_pulleys/ to see them all! Here is a little preview of a 57 Chevy owned by Danny Hansard. We interviewed Danny and will tell you all about this unique 57 in the new video coming soon.
Here is a short video we shot of Darryl Redd and his 57 Chevy. Darryl is the father of Concept One Pulley Systems co-owners Kevin and Randy Redd.
Concept One 57 Chevy
Popular YouTuber ScottieD has been filming the “coolest cars on the web” as he travels across the country. ScottieD has filmed many cars with Concept One Pulleys on them over the years. Check out the latest one he filmed at the 2017 Bama Coast Cruise. 1955 Chevrolet Nomad Wagon Metal Brothers Hot Rods