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Anybody know where this car is?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Chuck_S, Nov 15, 2010.

  1. Chuck_S
    Joined: Sep 8, 2005
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    I built this car in 1976/77, it was the cover car of the april 77 Street Rodder Magazine. During some research on the internet I found a possible listing on ebay. The last I knew it was located somewhere in southern California. I sold it to a guy in Santa Barbara in 1977 and he sold it a short time later. -- Chuck
     

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  2. Nice` I bet someone here will know something. Good luck with your search Pete..
     
  3. back up top for ya
     
  4. 63FalconFutura
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    from Socal

    close? seen at bakersfield not to long ago DSC_0130.jpg
     

  5. 296 V8
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    Your only off by two doors three years and say 300 hp
     
  6. Carpe Noctem
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    sure as hell looks like it, but I'd imagine he'd have mentioned it opened like that
     
  7. LOWCAB
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    In the Spring 1982 issue of the Street Rodder Collectors there is one owned by a Dan Frolich of Pittsburg. Page 65. Was just looking at the issue about an hour ago. I know there were a few of these floating around at one time. So, I'm just throwing it out there.
     
  8. uncle buck
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    Sorry, this one was built by Jim Greene of "The Green Elephant" funny car fame close to 30 years ago and he slill owns and drives it from time to time. It has a blown SOHC 427 Ford in it. He also has a Model a with a SOHC in it, but it is a 2 door sedan , along with several other cammer powered cars.
     
  9. motorhead711
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  10. SOHC427
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    It's a really cool car, and for a blown cammer, it sure is tame, and calm. Jim regrinds his cams, and takes a lot of attitude out of them, as well.
     

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