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That's interesting, I wonder how they calculated their speed?
My brother just finished this custom Nylint roadster.
I think it turned out really well.
SBC's Don't run hot. I've had a dozen in different hot rods in the last 25 years living in So. IN where we see upper 90's through the summers.
Looks like the 46th annual Frog Follies has been canceled.
No build thread yet, just been gathering parts
Yeah, It was meant as a joke because of the wording in the ad. Certainly don't consider it rat rod material.
The guy said it was to rough for his build, might be suitable for a rat rod.
Perfect for my roadster build.
I used this one from classic parts, The ends aren't welded and the mount is wider than the frame. I just cut the passenger side shorter and welded...
The C52-6 is likely a fleet or military id stamp, It isn't factory. The plate I posted is exactly the same as yours. 4148 is your sequential...
Is it Titled? No way I would ever consider re stamping a new plate.
1927 Studebaker Erskine Six
Should be a stainless plate spot welded on the upper part of the door pillar,
Reminds me of the handle bars on Orange County Choppers bikes.
I think you might be missing the point.
I'm not sure what threads they are. You should have 4 total, 2 on each side. They go through the hinge and thread into the small holes in the hood.
There's only one way to fix that,
Sedan and hardtop seats are completely different regardless of what trim level the car was.
Please don't do that.
I would just rebuild the original master...
Why not post pics of what you have? I'm sure someone here can help ID it.
I wasn't really looking but I don't recall seeing any this year, surprised me considering it is Bowling Green.
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