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Nice progress and your work looks great to me!
Top notch work, as always Matt!
Looks like Colorado.
I know I want my carb as level as possible but, is there any acceptable tolerance?
Mine is leaning forward @ 2 degrees.
I would rather not raise...
OK, I will acknowledge right off the bat, got to be the dumb question of the day.
I have a walker radiator with an off set filler neck ( can not...
Thanks for sharing Jim.
Be grateful you didn't have to drive on Colorado roads.
He is a standup guy, indeed.
Those are Andy's roadsters in the frames. One being an AMBR winner.
Perspective certainly is the key to life.
Personally, I've never been cool enough to ignore a roadster like that, as a matter of fact, the older...
I have an oldtimer hot rod friend 84 years young. Still refers to some as "Babe"
Not much progress, but I did score some heads, a manifold and some headers.
I better get after it.
Looks great .
Good to see.
I always see these at shows with the top half up/down, sure would like to see one with it all the way up or down.
Maybe Rocky hit the nail on...
Not to be rude, but, if you have to ask, it is beyond your capabilities. It sure is beyond mine.
"Out side the box" depends on who you hang with. The question is.... Which box? I have my own and try to stay true.
Funny....... a year ago, this...
What page is it on once you get to the Hot Rod .com site?
I've got a 30 sedan on a 32 frame with a 32 shell and need to know, if the length is correct, will a 32 hood hood fit the radius of the 30 cowell?...
My buddy cut up a sport coupe in 1957, probably not traditional.
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And since THIS is a traditional hot rod site, hasn't all of THIS been done before?
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Don Scroggs was Cal's partner, you may be thinking of Vern Holmes.
He is the current caretaker of the Kenz & Leslie roadster.
Not really, there were a couple of cars that ran that didn't fit that timeline. Bob Marchese's Pontiac and Dave Scrogg's 283, to name a couple....
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