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needs curb feelers !
i think his intro says he is an artist ! welcome, and nice work..
some great lookin cars and trucks ...good show ! next time avater
I suggest that you do a little research into the history of the company you profess to know so much about before continuing to pass yourself off...
this is what i used then used pertonics ignition
youir profile says engineer ?
cool and a Y block too!
some good projects in that garage !
cool truck you have .... my pile
if they are both 57in. then they fit the same
nice work . love that dash
nice work ...dont mind the old cranky guy
or just weld in the gap and make it a complet hole ...my 2 cents
i like em....10 years on the hamb and only 2 posts ?
old banger do you have a link for that breather ? or where to buy one ?
]You think you'll drive that far without stopping in a model A?
]“What we have heah is a failure to communicate”...........o_O
i see what you did here ....
i learned when building a hot rod that it ok to use later year parts.but not to go backwords and use older parts than the year of the car your...
if that is the fuel line it looks to be in a bad spot....maybe run hard line to the carb or carbs.. much safer than rubber.
i think you can use the posie spring .just put a spacer above the spring ?
welcome .thats a cool ol chevy you have there ... pay no mind the to the angry guy, he is the greeter round here ?
drill out the rivets and move em up ,re rivet em or weld them where you want the channel to meet the frame....
gotta be dry mustard .not the squeeze stuff o_O
somtimes lost is a good thing o_O
you had me till the dash change . cool car tho !
you got big balls ...good luck !
welcome.you have two very nice looking cars
cool. keep us posted
some old threads have good info
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