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Hot Rods Blown Chevy Gasser TBucket

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 27T, Jun 1, 2013.

  1. 27T
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  2. Jay Tyrrell
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    Nice. What is the story?
    Jay
     
  3. n.z.rodder
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    You need to use some comma's in the title, my first thought was "oh god here we go again", but thats a cool driveway pic. Any more info?

    Scotty
     
  4. 27T
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    did the title that way on purpose, knew it would get more attention:D
     

  5. upspirate
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    Clever....did you carry them home on an S-10 chassis???LOL:p
     
  6. 27T
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    just got the bucket out to take some pics with the stude and my dad stopped over with his 39
     
  7. 27T
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    every car in the pic has an S-10 chassis
     
  8. Don's Hot Rods
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    53-54 Studebakers are very cool cars. I owned two in my life, one stocker and one with a sbc. That looks bitchin as a gasser.

    Don
     
  9. upspirate
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    Nice photo work....looks like an old photo from the 70's except the scoop
     
  10. 27T
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    -2 of the cars have dropped beam axles
    -1 has tube axle
    -2 have 4spds (1more will in future)
    -3 have 1957 Rear ends (2chev & 1ford)
     
  11. 27T
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    I just got it, its been bought and sold several times in the last couple years I think, each time getting closer to me, found it less than 30miles from home
     
  12. 24riverview
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    HEY, leave me outta this, LOL!
    And you may want to check the engine setback on that stude before making any gasser claims.;)
     
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    I've heard there's great anti-aging benefits of green T.
     
  15. 27T
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  16. upspirate
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    I really like that T !!!:)
     
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  20. It's funny, I thought the exact same thing.
     
  21. Jay Tyrrell
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    I really like that you are using s10 chassis under all of them! Nice! ;)
    Jay
     
  22. justabeater37
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    I looked at that Stude on Craigslist and had to really fight the urge to call. I need to get my others done and quit collecting. Glad to see somebody get it that will do it right.
     
  23. Even the T ?????????????
     
  24. steel rebel
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    As you can see by my avatar I am a mid '50s T guy but I am beginning to appreciate the mid 60s style when not overdone. And yours is perfect. Still use a lot of old Ford suspension, lots of carbs. I also like your variety of interest. Clean that old T up and drive the shit out of it. You'll have a ball.
     
  25. 1971BB427
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    Amazing the T has an S10 chassis. It's sure well hidden in there? Can't see any signs of the S10 chassis.
     
  26. falcongeorge
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    I have a total hard-on for mid sixties style T buckets, and that one looks pretty damn good. Its got the '57 Chevy rear(ooops, yea, I see it in the first photo)? And yea, when I read the title, I actually kept going the first time, just rolled my eyes and thought "naw, dont need to see this crap on a sunny Sunday". Like to see more pics of the T Bucket and your dads coupe.
    Digging the S-10 chassis'.;):p:cool:
     
  27. 24riverview
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    He's being a smartass, I don't think he got the reference upspirate was making about the Falcon being hauled on the S10 (I assume anyway).
     
  28. 24riverview
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    More info here-http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=711948
     
  29. Think i seen your t at torque fest! Mine was hidin under the bleachers for the show! Think you n your boys seen mine when you came outa the buildin!
     
  30. Jay Tyrrell
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    Ya I figured that out... Hence the winking guy... ;) <----------------duh!
     

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