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..and a "post' car, at that!
One of the best '57's I've seen. Righteous!
My link is to a How-to article on engine swaps.
I fail to see how your post contributes anything to that end, nor to this thread.
This might be helpful:http://www.patricksantiquecars.com/antique-car-articles/swap-216-chevy-6-for-235.html
What I find most remarkable about Bob Iden's "X-Treme" coupe is how the up-dated grille bars, within the same grille shell, changed the whole...
Nice work. Looking forward to seeing what's next.
HAMB'er CrcooperPhotography put a slightly different "slant" on his Chevy lights. (Pun...
Thanks, Crazy Steve.
I'll go back correct that.
Essentially the same (w/ fiberglass nose and a supercharger.) Studebaker merged with Packard, but the results were not successful on any level....
It's stock. (Packard Hawk.)
"A second version of Santo's Chevrolet featured a wild scallop paint job by Larry Watson. The scallops were applied in 1957, and...
Thanks, champ. (You sure are good at finding this stuff!)
As many of you know, this beautiful 'Bird was owned by Speed shop mogul/show promoter, (the late) Don Tognotti, owner of the 1964 AMBR winner the...
Hard to tell. (You are aware that the original still exists?)
That pearl '35 ford coupe has quite a long history.
Anybody got a pic of the beautiful original (blue) version?
I love chopped tops and all the rest, but I have to agree...this car is perfect! :cool:
(The only possible improvement I can imagine would be a...
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