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    Entirely cool !! And the Y-Block choice is great !!! >>>>.
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    Very cool. I see quite a few orders in Keiths future.
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    Damn Sweet!:eek:
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    Well that's pretty damned cool. And the price is right there.
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    Kinda' surprised it ain't sportin' a Flathead, though!
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    We built an oldie a few years ago, also trying to keep the old vibe. Added about 40 feet of tubing so we could run street nite etc. One of the few carsI wished I'd kept.

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  10. Nice dog sled, man.
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    Priced right, looks great! Who's gonna have the first street-legal one?:D
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    any price on these yet?
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    That's really, really cool... gonna be a handful on the track!!!
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    Read dude... Read...
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    That's what I'm talkin about...
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    $$$$ Yeah 2000.00 $$ This is gonna be big !! Oh yeah if anybody would like to purchase a frame they are $$$ 2000.00 $$$ >>>>.
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    This is too cool. I was just out at the NHRA museum and saw this Dragmaster style, adjacent to the Mickey Thompson display, guess you know what motor I'll have. Will these pass NHRA tech since even Ole Daze drags have to meet their rules?
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    Way cool, something else to add to the dream list...
  20. Class?!?! What about CLASSES! One of these would be a hoot with ANY powerplant!
  21. Pretty little car!!
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    That's awesome!!! I can't wait to see a class form and then I can get my ass out there to watch them!!! Love those Early Weiand Valve Covers.
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    Nice, looks like those would be a hoot to build and drive, even done on a very small budget.

    I'm no chassis designer, but wouldn't a little brace in one or both of the places I've marked on the attached pic stiffen things up a bit? Seems to me that the area might flex and possibly become a trouble spot if the front end got dropped hard a couple of times after a wheels-up launch.

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    Cool as Hell!!!
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    Real cool.
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    Yeah that thing fucking rules.
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    oh great another project added to my list.:D:rolleyes:
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    Awesome, just awesome!
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  30. At $2Gs this is getting just too tempting! Tres cool and I'm sure there are going to be a lot of orders coming through.

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