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[ATTACH] I like this one
Anyone have pictures of Dave DeYoung's H/G '52 Chevy? Another favorite of mine.
My $.02 and just a guess.
That debris looks like the steel shot that is used after the parts are "baked" for cleaning.
Good ole' caustic hot tanks...
FWIW, Pat, Dale and Phil are still around. Saw on FB Pat just had his '72nd. birthday. Don't know about Jeff Hubbard, he was a nice guy.
C L Werner Enterprises out of Omaha. Giant trucking co. out out of Omaha,Ne.
I was at Darlington and I too wondered about them bringing you up with no track prep like the unlimited cars.
It was an honor to meet yourself and...
Aside from the broom handle hood prop, this car was immaculate.
If you wear glasses, "cheater" lenses for your shield are available. Helped me a bunch. Nice car btw.
^^ Mr., that is one beautiful car.^^
No not my neck of the woods, my avatar is what I do so I'm all over the country. It just blew me away these guys did this in broad daylight on an...
A short story that might amuse. I was north bound on I49 in Alexandria, La. middle of the day mind you. Up ahead I see traffic stopping and smoke,...
^^ From the Md. area I believe ^^ I also think they were members of the Ram Rods car club.
I reserve the right to be completely wrong though.
I go into Ports a lot. Since 9/11 they have stepped up security. Anyone going into the port will have to have a TWIC card, or an escort. Yes I...
Dave? Martel from the Baltimore area I believe. Very nicely done car even with the broom handle hood prop.
Bubb Whitaker at 75/80 early '70s I believe.
Somewhat O/T and not to hijack but, what about the travel back in the day. Cross country travel had to be a total asswhip on 2 lane roads....
Not to hijack your thread, but I looked a little last year in the Tonopah area. The term, "shared well" was used often as in multiple homes drew...
This should make you feel a little better, http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=553467&highlight=backbreaking
All sage advice in the earlier posts.
Curious as to where you plan to race.
I'm in Sumter and have raced at Darlington, pretty long hike for you....
^^^^That '57 sedan delivery is Schaaweeet!^^^^
Made me laugh again, I looked up "Trucker Clock", hilarious!
Now,, back to my frame dilemma. Dammit,...
Hey man, just gave me a good laugh, thanks.^^^^
Yep, 3 x 10 formed "c" channel and heat treated. The flanges are strickly off limits as indicated by the "do not weld/drill flanges" sticker....
I was recuperating from knee surgery, surfin' the net big time. Next thing I know, link to link to link and I landed at the HAMB. Many, many hours...
OK, the frame on my Peterbilt tractor has been cut and lengthened leaving many bolt holes "empty". The frame is 3/8" thick and has a 3/16" liner...
Aquasco 1963, 12 years old, loved it ever since.
Post # 302, love your username LMFAO!
Ok but, when the trad police show up --watch my back
Didn't that Cut,Chop,Rebuild tv show do one?
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