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  1. Austin HAMB'ers

    Austin HAMB'ers

    Group for Austin and surrounding area HAMB'ers
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    Latest: transport, little rock,... tred, Jun 9, 2015
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  2. Banger Builders

    Banger Builders

    Henry 4ord Banger Motor Nuts Unite!!!
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  3. Early Hemi Tech

    Early Hemi Tech

    If you need to know something about Early Chrysler, Daimler, Desoto, or Dodge Hemi engines, this is where you will find it. I'm setting out to make this grow with the HAMB and make it a one...
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    Latest: Anyone out there still... wstory, May 21, 2020
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  4. Hot Rods of The Dry Lake Era

    Hot Rods of The Dry Lake Era

    For all Hot Rods built up to 1955, Dedicated to showing how it was done with period photos & the preservation of those Hot Rods today.
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    Latest: Hot Rod Gallery nostalgia59, Aug 23, 2015
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  5. Hydro Tech

    Hydro Tech

    A collective source of reference for those running the Hydramatic transmission and its race-bred variants. Here, you can find information on the stock dual-range Hydramatics, history on some of...
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  6. Model 'A' HotRod Club

    Model 'A' HotRod Club

    This is for all who love the Model 'A' Coupes, Sedans and Trucks. Post your pictures, and updates on your projects, barn finds, and changes to your 'A' HotRod.
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    Latest: Gauge panel done bjinx, Jan 18, 2017
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  7. Period-correct Hot Rods of the 30's & 40's

    Period-correct Hot Rods of the 30's & 40's

    Here's the place to discuss all that pertains to period-correct rods built in a style representative of hot-rodding's purest era - the 1930's & 40's. Discussion of period-built cars and "new"...
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    Latest: Pre- and Post-War... gwhite, Apr 12, 2016
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  8. Rocketeers

    Rocketeers

    For owners of the Kettering Oldsmobile engines, that would be: 303,324,371 and 394 Cu In. This should be a resourse for these engines, whether in hot rods or in the original cars.
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    Latest: Olds/Belond question falcongeorge, May 18, 2015
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  9. The Little Pages Tech Archive

    The Little Pages Tech Archive

    This is a collection of technical articles from the pages of R&C, Rodding & Restyling, Car Craft, Customs Illustrated and all the rest. This is THE place to find vintage tech about how it was done...
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    Latest: How to make nerf bar bumpers 46fatford, May 25, 2020
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