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The Rebel wire harness is a good product ............ even for the electrically challenged, like myself! ;). Looks like you've got a lot sorted...
Looks great, I'm keeping a eye on this one. Do you have any more pics of the filler rod in the rear quarters?
Nice work ............. pretty big job but worth it!
You find them every now and then. You could use a moonshine jar.
I've seen it done and looks good too!...
That's a real shame that is has come to that ......... Ray has definitely lost his mind!
Chris is a great bloke and always went out if his way to help even if he didnt have the parts I was after. I've bought plenty of stuff from him...
Awesome pics and a great day. Every drive should be that much fun! Thanks to everyone for a well organised run.
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Everyone has their own 2c and what they like ........... Plan it out, stick to you're guns and It'll come out as planned........... Good luck...
If they're the crappy pics, wow. The GNRS is a must see on my list. One day l'll get there.
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Pipes look great, nice job of hiding the speakers ......... I like any mod cons hidden.
What are the door spears from? ............... they look...
Nice pics, especially the merc in the avenue.
Reds Headers have a split exhaust manifold for 226, but its for a H series. They give a real nice note too....
Yep here in Melbourne, Australia. Saw it Rod & Custom Picnic on 21/10/12.
Just subscribed to this thread .............. But I want to see pics! Sounds like a very interesting build. Please keep us posted.
Thanks .......... great video. Always awesome to see some fine hot rod history.
Here is a thread for a 226 in 32 rails ........ It may help with some ideas!
Btt for Ben. Us Aussies don't want a bad name from this sort of crap. It just makes it harder for the honest guys. Hope someone can help out.
Great things take time, that's an awesome build.
Looks like a Fenton copy!
Top work with the floors, I may have to get some die's made up!
Happy B'day to an absloute hot rodding and race legend!
My deepest condolences to his family and close friends.
His legacy and great work in the hot rodding community
Will live on.
Patchen, Aircav on the shoeboxford forum was manufacturing an adapter.
He has spent a bit of time getting it right.
Nice ride :D .......... especially the 226..... dare to be different! Keep us posted with any mods you make.
Can't wait for the next instalment! I enjoy seeing any survivors :D keep up the great work!
I am building a H series 226 for a 49 Ford tudor. I Found a vintage Knudsen aluminum cylinder head and a matching 2 carb manifold.
I have heard...
Welcome to the H.A.M.B from another fellow Melbournian. Nice rides, good luck with your projects!
A great peice of Aussie hot rodding history. Hope to hear more.
Welcome from Melbourne, Australia. Nice Rambler, I like it's stance.
Welcome from Melbourne, Australia. I hear what you are saying about people not having fun while driving. An old car puts a smile on my face, every...
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