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Hot Rods hemi's in model A rails...show me your pipes!!!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Topolino Kid, Jul 16, 2009.

  1. looking for pics of hemi's in model A frame rails...and the exhaust!!!!show me what ya got!!!hell show me all those hemi headers!!!!!
     
  2. To Tall
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    mine :confused:
     

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  3. are those valve covers from Hot Heads????
     
  4. budd
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    i have a desoto hemi to put in my 31 coupe with a rails as well.
     
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  5. Sparkswillfly
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    awesome!
     
  6. To Tall
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    I use them for mock up Ebay made in Mexico
     
  7. EARLYHEMIBILL
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    My buddy is putting a Desoto hemi in his 31. Do you have any pics? I'll send some of his. Bill
     
  8. To Tall
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    keep this post alive
     
  9. '31 sedan, 315 Dodge
     

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  10. i'ld like to see more pics of this..looks alot like where i have my 315 height wise..still mocking it together...and i am planing , at this point, to also use the side block mounts........
     
  11. To Tall
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    this what it looks like now / trying to keep this post alive i know there are a lot of HEMI owners out there
     

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  12. The37Kid
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    I'm still trying to deside 354 HEMI in an A Chassis or '32 for my Roadster project.
     
  13. Ghost28
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    This is in a 38 ford frame modified and pinched.
     

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  14. theoneyouhate
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    yeah i was wondering this myself. if the long tube headers from hothemi heads would fit between the rails.
     
  15. cretin
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    I'm putting a DeSoto hemi in my A, but not at the point where I can take any pics yet. I was planning on building my own stainless lakes headers.
     
  16. To Tall
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    that 55 body is so cool do you have photos of it on the frame?
     
  17. EARLYHEMIBILL
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    I see you have a 315 with adjustable rockers. I had one with the 4-bbl. What a nasty engine! Wish I had it today. Bill
     
  18. roseboystoys
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    OK you asked for it!! How's that! It's a 325 Hemi with the wrong valve covers. Looking for a set for a 325 with the dimples. Will trade these if anyone is interested.


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  19. 41hemi
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    Here are the stainless zoomies I fabbed for my full fendered 32 ford 3W with a 392.
     

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  20. Ratty55
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  21. No Shit!!!!!!!!!!those pipes had to take some time!!!!!!
     
  22. Lost_N_Austin
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    Here is a local Austin guy's engine and headers. He doesn't do computers so I don't guess he will mind my posting a picture of his car.
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  23. Ghost28
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    It's really a 56 new yorker rear, mounted to the back of a 38 dodge truck, hood, and grille. With a 51 buick dash, mounted on a 38 ford frame. WHEW THAT'S A MOUTH FULL. John
     

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  24. drfreeze
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    I'm in the process of putting a 330 desoto in my A , would also like some engine placment pics. from what iv'e noticed most of the frames are modified in length . has anyone use stock length rails ? pushed back the firewall and raised the engine to clear the front crossmember? I know realestate is a premium on a A and i doesn't help i'm trying to do this with a blower.
     
  25. 4tford
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    shorty headers from hot heads mine is 40 ford frame though
     

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  26. 4tford
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    This is from hotheads for their header dimensions
     

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  27. Moonglow
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    Now that's what I'm talkin' about! :cool: :cool: :cool:
     
  28. theoneyouhate
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    yeah thats great I was wondering about the long tubes for a 392 in a model a frame. it looks like ill have to make a set my self
     
  29. To Tall
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    Wow. I hate to second guess my self .i made those headers put them on the car was not sure about them and hung them on the wall .maybe I will check them out on the car one more time .thanks:rolleyes:
     
  30. i'm using stock A rails...if i was to strech the rails up front, my car would have to be streched to match..and that ain't happenin;).. hemi day.jpg ..which makes using a lakes style impossible also...they'ld be in my door opening....which is why i started this thread:D:D:D:D
     
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