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'27 Model T touring body mounted on model A chassis. All original running gear except Snyder high compression head (5.5:1). '35 Ford 16" wheels...
Hello. My son just moved to Columbia, SC and we are looking into it. Are there any shows and clubs in the area for traditional hot rods? Just...
1930 Ford Model A Coupe, this car looks and runs great! Less than 2k miles on build including rebuilt engine and trans.
-Custom frame by local...
Awesome! Thank you.
Love the Cannarozzi Roadster! Forgot how perfect it turned out. Ryan what size front tires are those?
Thank you for such great pictures! Looks like fun.
Thanks for the reply. I haven't mounted them yet, just need to know if I should exchange them. Right now they look like skinny motorcycle tires!
Anyone have pictures of Firestone 500/525-16 tires on their car? I just got mine in the mail and they look tiny. Did I screw up?
No fenders, stock '32 axle with reversed main leaf, and '40 wheels.
I am currently running 700x16 rear and 600x16 front tires on my traditional '32 Roadster. I would like to run a smaller front tire. I was looking...
I have a 50's VS57 supercharger for sale, good condition. Came off of a '53 flathead. Have pulley, belt, and brackets.
Great pictures! Thank you for posting.
Wow! Thank you for posting this video, very cool.
Does anyone have contact info. for Dave York? Want to talk to him about his wheel covers.
I got my answer on the FordBarn. I am going to connect at the fuse panel. Thanks.
To the generator.
I am wiring my car and have a question for you electrical guys. In the past I have run two wires from the "BAT" connection on my voltage regulator...
Very nice find!
Thank you all for taking the time to post such great pictures.
Does anyone have a way to contact Dave York from the Northwest? I have a set of Lyon wheel covers from Kevin Lee and read that is what he is...
Thanks everyone. I will have to check them out and bring my rain gear or scuba gear! Sounds like a lot of rain, not good for the roadster guys.
Hello, I will be visiting the Pacific Northwest (Portland, Seattle, etc..). Are there any shops, museums, anything else related to traditional Hot...
Looks good, I like the louvered deck lid.
The springs are coils, there will be sewn pleats.
Thanks for the help, much more than I would have thought.
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