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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by ghornbostel, Dec 27, 2014.

  1. gnichols
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    All 50+ pages?
     
  2. 1934coupe
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    I was out at Lime Rock Park in CT for the Vintage race and spotted this.

    Pat





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  3. Found on the book of faces. 289 v8 powered 59 MG. FB_IMG_1662209206464.jpg
     
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  4. T. Turtle
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    Well the Dragonsnake made an appearance in Goodwood yesterday and won its race (on road racing settings this time)...
     
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  5. J. A. Miller
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    Looks crudely photoshopped.
     
  6. HealeyRick
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    My small block Ford in a Healey is what I call a "new-old-school build". I did the swap about 10 years ago, but it was a shade-tree deal effort that was done like it would have been in the '60s. I recently had a small engine fire so it's time to replace the wiring harness, clean up the engine compartment, and maybe install some headers to replace the Sunbeam Tiger cast iron manifolds. I was lucky, I saw the flames through the hood louvers and was able to grab the extinguisher from the transmission tunnel to knock the fire down quickly with a relative minimum of damage. The message here is "Carry an Extinguisher." I cheaped out and bought a soda-acid one but next one will be Halotron so I don't have to clean up that yellow mess again (hopefully I'll never need it).

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  7. gnichols
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    Are you aware of this web site? LOTS of builds like this there. http://www.britishv8.org/British-V8-Current-Issue.htm
     
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  9. bschwoeble
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    I'm glad you started this thread. Keep us updated.
     
  10. Hollywood-East
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  11. Paul B
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    I also had a 1959 AH 100-6 in High school sbc powered. Just picked up a Sebring mx
     
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  14. 1934coupe
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    In so many ways Boner! I wonder if that's a California picture also.

    Pat
     
  15. Apparently she built it as well.
     
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  16. Ned Ludd
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  17. I thought so.:)
     
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