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GASSER MUST HAVES and cant haves?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by DirtyDave, Aug 4, 2013.

  1. manicmachanic
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    Yeah he lost his ass against the Hemi Colts when they hooked.
     
  2. Tenacious A
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    Getting a little bit done to my car. Maybe one day I will have cooljunk IMG_20151228_111035384.jpg
     
  3. EZ Cool
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    It's a 401
     
  4. seb fontana
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    Good thing its in backwards..
     
  5. mike bowling
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    Gasser "Family Wagon" complete with luggage rack!
    Pic taken in Rh ode Island a couple of years ago- I thought this was pretty freakin' COOL!
    Cowabunga!
     

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  6. NOTHING GASSER about that. A Street Freak at best.
     
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  7. Cant say I would have gone that direction with that car but thanks for sharing.:D
     
  8. mike bowling
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    Sorry about that!( and I don't even know what a "street freak" is- getting old ain't easy.)
    ( I DO know who Ohio George is though)
     
  9. D.N.D.
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    Happy New Year to all the Gasser'ites here on the cool thread

    DND
     
  10. Baron
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    Hey Mike. Street freaks came about during the seventies. Sky-high cars that over-exaggerated the gasser look . I remember an article in Hot Rod Magazine ,titled "The High and Mighty". Fortunately , it was a fade that did not last long.
     
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  11. A very Happy New Year to you D.N.D. And all!
     
  12. DDDenny
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    I haven't heard any celebratory gunfire yet.
    Happy two days before New Years to you D.N.D. and all the ones after.
     
  13. mike bowling
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    Thanks for the education, Baron
    I just got back from overseas in '71 , and was probably in a "beer fog" during the short reign of the "Freaks" !!
    Back to business!
     
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  14. Driveshaft arrived today!
    Motor and trans still out, may be back in the next couple days.
     
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  15. langy
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    Amen to that !!!
     
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  16. Baron
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    Happy New Year guys ! Hoping 2016 is a good year for all of us.
     
  17. D.N.D.
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    DITTO DITTO !!!
     
  18. Tenacious A
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    I got this but I Must have tunnel ram 2x4[​IMG]

    Sent from my XT1526 using Tapatalk
     
  19. manicmachanic
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    Run the deuces on a tunnelram.
     
  20. II FUNNY
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    The three deuce is more correct for an earlier build than the tunnel ram...the tunnel ram is 68 and later.
     
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  21. wrenchbender
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    Did that intake come from a boat it sure has a big angle to it
     
  22. Tenacious A
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    Its a common edelbrock intake, just a goofy angle of the pic I guess
     
  23. Tenacious A
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    image.jpg
    This would be the way to go for that on a budget
     
  24. D.N.D.
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    That square corner runner tunnel ram was about a 1975' new deal, not quite right for a 60's gasser
     
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  25. Tenacious A
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    Very good thread, you have to admit I have contributed to the dont do this part of the topic.
     
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  26. D.N.D.
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    Hi Ten

    Most cars ran either Hilborns or the Edlebrock 6 two's or 2 four's on the 270 hp factory manifold, in the very early 60's

    DND
     
  27. II FUNNY
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    These are the earliest adds I have ever found for Tunnel Rams... ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1451839511.831389.jpg
    These are both from 1968 Hot Rod magazines ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1451839549.530176.jpg
    So if your running a tunnel ram, don't pretend it was built before this year.
     
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  28. bowie
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    ll FUNNY : Unless you are lucky enough to find one of Ralph Ridgeways "Ridgerunner" intakes.
     
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  29. II FUNNY
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  30. II FUNNY
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    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1451850871.844873.jpg
    Here is a pre 68 correct tunnel ram.
     

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