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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by KING CHASSIS, Jan 1, 2011.

  1. scotty t
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    It does have a fuelie but it's way OT it was a 270hp.
     
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  2. rumblegutz
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    There has to be more to the story. And more pictures too.
     
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  3. scotty t
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    Here it is in about 1970 I'm the little guy

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    The 1985 TPI 350 Is a little off topic here, when it was installed it was the latest and greatest. It's a bit dated now, but still runs great. It had a 365hp 327 before that.
     
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    What became of the 327 365hp engine?
     
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    Scotty as much as I am a huge fan of both the 283/270 and the 327/365 I am sure the car with its present engine still puts a smile on your face, especially with a car that you have been around since your youth.
     
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    Very cool Scotty I like the color and the car now. That vintage picture is the best and I am glad that it's yours.
     
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    It wound up in my 60 vette then got sold to Hamber in Vancouver
     
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    It does make me smile! Fortunately Dad is still kicking he just can't drive it any more. I would look like to recreate the version with the 365hp he thinks it's a good idea, I've got most of the parts.
     
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    Vancouver WA, or Vancouver BC? I'm guessing WA.

    Do you know if it was from a '64 or a '65?
     
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    from Colorado

    Man I love this thread I pop in now and then and the pics just get me flowing! So I know this isn't the thread but all you gasser fu** everything corvette option there is I am selling some of my collection! 56 57 61 bodies frames and more body pieces enough to build a ragged tatherrd vette.

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    BC, it was a 1964. it came out of my uncles car in the very early 70's
     
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  13. scotty t
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    here's some pics from another thread that work for this thread also.

    Dads buddy
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    Dads project, sold before completion. the car on the left side of the garage is the black 57 in my post above.
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    Dads 57 when he bought from a used car lot in Gary Indiana in 1962. 270 HP 3 spd open rear. Venetian red (black car in above post)
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    Don Robichaud

    Don Robichaud and vette.JPG

    Fred's plastic Toy

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    Frustrate

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    LB could "Frustrate" corvette be at NY national speedway?

    Pat
     
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    This shot came from a Connecticut Dragway series site and it look like CT.
     
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  17. scotty t
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    This thread is great, I'm so tired of perfectly restored usually fake numbers matching old vettes. There's nothing cooler than a modified early vette!
    NCRS = No Components Remain Stock
     
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    I agree Scotty. I would not walk down to the end of my driveway to see the silly numbers matching early Corvettes (except for a big brake fuelie maybe). I generally avoid the restored numbers matching types at shows. For me there is nothing to see that I have not seen many times over.
     
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    Doyle Fletcher drove and maintained this 64 corvette for 3 years for Ferrill Chevy-Olds out of Decatur, Texas. Wayne Calvert Racing Engines out of Denton, Texas did all the machine work on the engine. I held the ET and MPH records.

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    Jim Lindberg, Tulsa World Finals. This car was a very bright yellow.

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    Moroso Performance Automotive C/MP

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    Bill Hielscher's Mr Bardahl

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    Jackie's Automotive

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    Reid's Automotive

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    Vette MP.JPG
     
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    Sears Point regular, 10.90 bracket racer. DSC00434.JPG
     
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