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One more to round out my top 25 or so :rolleyes: favorites.
@squirrel I put the word out for you an the MSRA Facebook page. Could you Msg. me your contact info so maybe some one close can help you.
Maybe if anybody had a copy of their Linechaser handy they could look up a reputable shop or parts store in the area for him.
Is it this one? :D Sorry i can't help. Hope you have a good heater.
I'd start with some floorboards and get the body straight. Then mock it up like @Paul says.
Rich Guasco's roadster was nice also. The story is that he stole a low miles 283 out of a newer Chevy at his dads wrecking yard to replace the...
I think he drove for Doug Cook back in the 80's
Looks like a Model T firewall.
Here's another one from the homogenized hot rod thread by @Jet96
I think "Blower" is just a slang term as i've heard both types referred to as superchargers.
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Image stolen from @Stogy from the Homogenized Hot Rod thread.
@lothiandon1940 Is each image it's own album? because i thought it was only one. Guess i better go watch the tutorial @Stogy posted.
Here's mine, almost 8k views so far! :eek: https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/media/albums/scans.45846/
@swade41 That was the B.C. car before Jim Tupper bought it and renamed it "Flirtin with Disaster (Old Molly Hatchet song) and rolled it at...
Looks like Perrilla and Reha, So maybe Jim Reha who had a Willys?
I think this one had a bored out 427 Ford in it hence the number on the door.
Me P.G. and Me Scrooge are both Mr.:rolleyes:
@57bentley What's the casting number? 906 and 062 are 64cc (350) heads and the 58cc heads are 305 heads which will increase you CR.
Stock 400 rods are only 5.565, and what octane fuel are you using?
I'm not a Ford guy but if i recall the 302 Ford and the 327 Chevy both have the same 4" bore so, if you stick a 3.25 stroke in a 302 block and...
They have an adaptor to fix that on the older Olds engines.
That's why they used to call them reliability runs. To see who had the fastest most reliable Hot Rod.:D
We all know the that the small block Chevy is as dependable as the day is long and flatheads are known for over heating if over bored too much. So...
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