The Jalopy Journal
all the cars of that era had kick ups over rear axle. I think it is truck chassis as these were flat.
I'm going to wait it out until they answer phones again. They say you can swap to digital HRM. Is this concurrent with my print subscription?...
Got the "due to high calling volume..." there too.
181 is 2.1" rod big end, others are 2"
.060 over 400 with a 262 crank gets you there
Don't know if I can put together a rod but planning to go as I'm 66. Need a favorable forecast before I set out though.
I also think they don't allow a 6-71.
1953 olds grille bar[IMG]
With FC currently holding a higher speed record than TF and weighing 2575# vs. 2300# it may be time to bring back the streamliners.
Since you are going to make a fan spacer, I would do one 1/4" thick to fit under wp pulley and buy a 1/4" crank pulley spacer and shim the...
I'm wondering when I will get official notice from CC and SR that I will get the remainder of my subscriptions on the web. Still better than...
Found this https://www.picimon.com/roadstersupply/
Me too. 330 with Scheib paint job.
I think the first popular one was Hays (the clutch guy)[IMG]
I built a couple in 1971 from a Popular Science article. One quit after a year so I pulled the other....
http://mewagner.com/?p=444 can be tuned but $129
search cycle fenders on here. Cycle guards seems to be an Aussie term
There' a lot more springs than std. offerings from Northern or Tractor supply. Also need trailer mounts as leaves 1/4-3/4" narrower. Total...
It's not so much the age of the parts as it is the age of the owner.
All of them, Edelbrock, Weiand, Offy are about 9" c to c. What is your intake? You can always cut and weld the plate.
Maybe from FLA Street Rods. long defunct, ~20 yrs.
You could also space the intake out
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