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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Anderson, Aug 21, 2012.
Fire/dive? I know what they mean on there own but that combo?
Fire = first start up (Dive = typo for Drive)
Yes, oops. Thanks Larry
Way to go! Looking forward to a video. Someday my '26 Chevy roadster will be fired and driven. I hope I'm still around.
Looks like I'll have to rescind my earlier comment. My 53 block is a single bolt hold down for the distributor. My 52 block is the dual bolt distributor hold down. Here's what the stock piece looks like:
Looks really good. Wanna come to Connecticut to finish my bodywork?
lol i seen under the video where it said eric anderson i was like wtf i didnt do anything on face book gota remember im not the only eric anderson in the world
That drive had to be fun. Can't wait till I can do the same.
Cannot wait to see this car in person at Roundup. I'll be looking for it on Friday.
Like most cool cars, it looks even better in motion.
That's what I did with my roadster 17" was to big went with 15"
Also good meeting you at Austin speed shop today
Congrats from me too!
Fact is, you actually need very little to no padding for your back, which is a good thing in small cars, but no matter what, your butt needs it!
If anything a roll in the small of your back area helps, but for the top half of your back you can get away with virtually nil.
Have a great weekend, you've earned it.
way late responding on the two bolt distributor hold down for the early distributors,
I have a couple of these,
seems the early version, '49-'50 ? was a two piece affair like the picture below
I don't have any hold downs like Speedy's but I do have early distributors without the screw holes in the body to take the second piece
only way they could have worked would have been like Speedy's example above
Musta missed it yesterday at the Round Up...hope to see it today! Great job, Eric!!
Great to meet you Friday night Eric. Fantastic workmanship on your T!!! Here's a shot I snagged with some sinister lighting. -Dave
Didja get to. See Dale Watson?
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How come you don't have the roll pan under the turtle deck? Was hoping to see a picture of it fitted.
Your car is just so right in so many ways! 50 years from now guys will still be using "The Anderson T" as a reference for how to build a T. Well done!
Turned out great dude! Nice job.
Seat back looks way mo better! And it looks like a Weesner painting come to life!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Looks bitchin man! You made it!
It's hard to add anything more to what has already been said, but your T is so simple yet loaded with details from tip to tail. This is one well thought out and executed ride, VERY nicely done, thanks for letting us follow along
Two of my top four favorite builds i have followed on Hamb in the same picture.
Couldn't resist adding to the color "discussion." How about kinda Seafoam Green:
Or Medium Blue:
Or Grecian Gold:
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