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Projects '36 chevy hot rod truck build

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by 2345.coupe, Oct 12, 2015.

  1. 2345.coupe
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    thanks man
     
  2. nunattax
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    stock gagues are beautiful cleaned up .new face decals available at jim carter trucks
     
  3. Icufltrn
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    That looks awesome!!
     
  4. jdownunder
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    Looks fucking awesome mate takes on a whole new vibe when it's
    Out of your shop. You should pat your self on the back for all your hard work
    J


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  5. CURSED GEARS
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    Looks good. I built a 39 Chevy Truck the same style as yours. Brought back pleasant memories. I went with the two holly/Stromberg style carbs like you had though.
     
  6. Tractor
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    Looking Good! Only thing wrong with it is that it's not in my garage!
     
  7. 2345.coupe
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    well, you know how it is....you build a ride and its just not right so you change things.....
    first the headers were too small, so I ordered drive shaft headers from Gearhead.......
    8 gallon gas tank wasn't working for my lead foot so I ordered a 15 1/2 gallon from Tanks Inc.....
    She's not quit as fast as my A, so I purchased some vortex heads 58 cc chambers.
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  8. Like the pics of it outside. Sits nice!
     
  9. 2345.coupe
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    yeah.......thanks for the info...

    thanks my friend...

    thanks J......I'm blessed that I have so many talented friends

    I have a lot to learn about multiple carbs.I was going to sell them , but I'm going to do more research and maybe try them out.
    Thanks man.........

    I know what you mean, a lot of rides here would look better in my shop.....
    Thanks man.........
    Gary Maxwell and his father did an excellent job of planning for a great stance and a great well designed ride. She handles the bumps great with her softer spring and low profile. She can also sustain high speeds for a longer distance than my A.
    Thanks man.......
     
  10. Sweet looking ride and lots of very useful info on how you have done thing. I just started my 36 in March of this year. It dose have 37 rear fenders which I like better then the 36 fenders. It's sitting a a 89 s10 frame. 64.jpg
     
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