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Discussion in 'New to the H.A.M.B.? Introduce yourself here!' started by Dingelbarry, Dec 19, 2020.

  1. Dingelbarry
    Joined: Jul 11, 2020
    Posts: 4

    Dingelbarry

    Hello all, I am a middle aged hot rodder who presently has a 1925 nash 2 door sedan (survivor) and a 1964 corvette. I know the vette is not one to post on here but.... I have had a few others over the years... a 1965 chevy Chevy II which I put a SBC in, 1935 ford pickup which I did in the 90s... it was a pro street machine. Being tubbed with a narrowed 9inch, Mustang II IFS, a 460 and C6... Then I transitioned into Harleys for a spell. My last was a 1950 pan head that was chopped out in 69 by a viet Nam friend back in the day.

    My plans are to make the Old Nash "driveable" by pulling the origional I6 drive train and swaping in a Jeep 4.0L stroker with a NV3550 5-speed and a stronger rear-end... also swaping the mechanical brakes for hydraulics..... Im still not sure if I will do an EFI swap or switch it over to carburetor(s)... I'm open for suggestions.

    I'm also interested in finding any and all mid 20s nash sheetmetal. So if you have any let me know... 20200703_195740_kindlephoto-20313672.jpeg

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  2. Welcome to the HAMB from Illinois. A Nash project is really different. I will be watching your progress.
     
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  3. badshifter
    Joined: Apr 28, 2006
    Posts: 3,310

    badshifter
    Member

    Funny, the car you think is OT here isn't, (corvette) and what you want to do to the Nash is totally OT here.
    Good luck....
     

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