I will preface this thread with the following statement: I am not of sound mind. Now that I've got that out of the way.......I have found a new use for the Chuckles Sedan's old motor. I'm going to put it in my 1962 Falcon. I am going to make this as period perfect as I possibly can. This will be a REAL Gasser built to the 1965 NHRA rule book. spindle mounts 6x2 Nailhead with maximum setback (NOW a Littlefield blower with 2x4 4-Jets) 4 speed or a switch pitch 2x3 ladder frame 9 inch econoline front axle (changed to straight tube) fenderwell exit pipes no hood no interior, just a dash pad a couple seats, and some period instruments. It will be called the STRANGE BIRD! Take the time and look through the thread, skipping to the end is for suckers. Part 2 of this thread is continued here: PART TWO.....Gasser Gasser Gasser!! The Adventures of the "Strange Bird" Blown Nailhead Falcon.