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Great looking truck!
Another vote for the Vintiques '32 grill shell. Mine's a filled and unchopped stamping, it's a very nice piece.
You're not the only one who had problems with them.
CrazyDaddyo sells torque tube conversion for an S10 4x4 T5 trans
WOW! Love the truck, I'm going to be following this thread closely. I hope you find more info on it.
I wouldn't touch anyone or anything on Boulder Hwy, lol.
If you're going to the Imperial Palace auto collection, here's where you can print out free passes....
Wonder if he has any 392's and what he wants for them.
Yekoms posted a scan of the Ford 9" Guts in an Olds article you're looking for here:...
Great photos, I always love seeing stuff from the Rolling Bones. Thanks!
Jim, wish you the best on your trip. Glad to hear things are looking up for ya again.
The car is looking awesome Scooter! You really worked your magic on the beltline and door gaps. Your TIG welds aren't too shabby either.
I've always had great luck with all my Miller machines.
Miller 125c Plasma Cutter
Miller Cricket MIG
Miller Millermatic 175 MIG
Your Dad's car was easily one of me and my brother's favorite cars at the show. We had a great time talking with your Dad about the car. Glad to...
I'm excited to see where this thread goes, especially if it's anything as in depth as Bass' stroker 265 build.
If you're looking for V-belt...
What a beautiful deuce!
I would've loved to see it at the GNRS, but those things happen. Looking forward to getting a look at it in June at LARS.
Yeah, it's a nice intimate space. I like everything about it aside from the dim lighting.
In person, Ganahl's deuce always blows me away. Wish it was displayed in a building with more light, though it was step up from last year.
If you live in Silverlake no way, you will get it all over your neighbors houses/yards/cars. You will really fuck over your neighbors because it's...
This is my favorite build in the history of the HAMB, no exaggeration. Bass, your work is an inspiration to everyone on the board.
This is the first one I "helped" my dad build as a kid, loved '41 Willys ever since!
Thanks Jimmy, great pics!
I am in love with this car. Can't wait to see it in person!
Just looked at the pdf, nice work!
Went to their website and I'm not at all impressed with their work, especially this pic: [IMG]
Also, find a builder that has decent taste. The...
That's really great resource. Thanks!
The Petersen Museum has some decent exhibits right now too.
But you might want to stay outside...
Keep the torch away from the springs! It will will turn them into scrap metal. Take them to a spring shop and have them dearched and reversed.
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