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Project '38: Motor Mounts

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Ryan, May 8, 2012.

  1. Ryan
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    Awesome fab work. Get well. You need help fillin that tank , let me know, grandma always said I was full of piss,,,
  3. Wow, The '38 is gettin' a blown Y-block. Very cool, Ryan. Can't wait to see the results. Hope YOU are on the mend as well. What happened? You can't just "mention" the use of a scalpel and neglect the details. Hopefully no lasting scars, unless of course, that's what you want.:eek:
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    I know your excited about the transformation of your 38. Looks like the master has it coming right along.
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    What are you doing up a 4 in the morning anyway???

    Your little car is in good hands. -Abone.
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    Ryan,
    Looking great, I love the details of the mounts and the fact that the project is moving forward is always a good sign for all of us.

    Cliff Ramsdell
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    I hope the scissors on the ground in image 6 wern't the same ones they used to operate on you with?

    Seriously though the fab work is awesome as usual! Thanks for the update, and get well!
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    do I sense that you've had 'the snip'?

    Mr Tardel has it all going on, 4 carbs, huffer, Y block....cool

    Cheers,

    Drewfus:)
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    Yay drugs! And viva Hot Rods!
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    the black and white photos are great!
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    To hell with the story for now! Just get yourself well. We'll be here to listen when it is time! Best wishes on speedy recovery!
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    What an exciting install, fair warning, it will make your tires spin if you step on the loud pedal too much. Beautiful mounts. Can't wait to see more on this cool deal! ~sololobo~
    Last edited: May 8, 2012
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    A truck timing cover might have worked a little better with mounts like that, looks good though. Take care.
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    Nice and clean...
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    X2. That looks really really nice! Power Gen?
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    The scalpel work? :eek:
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    hmmmmmm 3 kids was enuf snip!
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    Looking good ryan!
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    Aaah, that's what he meant in his previous post:

    I guess he's saving up for a '32 as his next project?
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    Gallbladder. Gone. Hurt too.
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    Welcome to getting older :)...........glad it went well


    Strombergs on a Y block........pure porn :cool:
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    Well that officially makes you the busiest man I know. Surgeries, Childbirths, Car building, Empire Building, Publishing, Web Design, Writing, etc.....

    Luckily you've entrusted the car building to Keith to lighten the load!
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    Awesome, gotta love the "piss & morphine"!
    mounts look clean, looking forward to seeing engine pics!
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    Hey remember friend that sometimes a gonzo journalist (I use the term journalist lighty here) does his best writing when he is so screwed up he can't find himself with a road map.

    That said I am watching your '38 go together very closely or trying to. I cannot wait to see it makeing passes or driving me for a slice. :D

    Get better
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  25. Gall Bladder surgery.........That's Traditional.........................................Seriously, Get Well Soon.
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    Will there be some bushings on the motor mounts?
    the work looks nice.
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    Ford in a Ford is good, Y Block in a 38 even better !!!!
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    Looks great, just get better and chill out!
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    Ouch! Been there; hope they could do the small incisions.

    Wish you a speedy recovery.
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    Mounts look great! Get ya some R & R, it's much deserved!

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