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Hot Rod Coupes 'Rock' … but we already know that, right Jim?
God Bless brother
Only Wix filters for us … period.
Remember, most of these new marketing filters are being designed for stock late model engines that in large...
I ran 2 Carter AFB 500 cfm units on my Chevy 355 in my Coupe for 19 years.... and the 'key' for them being able to work was the 10"...
Congratulations DugnDog !
Love the Cragars …. and stock steel is ok too
Congratulations on the Good Health Report. I, as thousands of others, follow the Southeast Gassers, and we look forward to watching what they are...
It looks great, well done.
Very nice work Gabriel … are you going to have tinted windows?
I've ben following along on the build from the beginning on Facebook Gabe and you know that I love it man.
All we need now is a '30 Coupe built...
Awesome job, well done!
Wow …. what a cool trip back in time, your doing a fantastic job with this.
I Love this one too !
I Love this Coupe, I too have wanted to build one like it for many,many years.
Great work, deciding on color is the most stressful decision, yet in the end just do it what makes you smile when you think of it and that will be...
Here is your steering column with Tilt and Key:...
Way Cool Hot Rod !
Your buzzing right along, job well done
That is Beautiful - Love it !
Hot Rod Coupes Rule!
Love your Coupe, job well done.
Sounds like a great Hot Rod truck project.
A HAMB thread from 2011 here: https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/underslung-rods-thread.565759/
There are only 3 Shows listed for 2019 on his website...
Alan has not been on the HAMB since October 16 2018
It's to late to say your going to...
I 've been running dead perches on my Coupe for 31 years and love it. I have also built several other roadsters and sedans with them.
Your buzzing right along and it's looking fine.
I'm following along …. Model A Coupes RULE !
What Koz said, times-2
I've built 2 buckets the way I wanted them and they handled like Go-Karts, rode very good, I designed them to sit "into"...
As to racing engines:
Yes, they require a high voltage ignition system.
In most cases, yes the 'gap' is larger than a traditional ground strap...
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