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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by low-n-slo54, Nov 29, 2010.

  1. low-n-slo54
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    I am looking for pictures of detailed sixes. don't care what make or model just nothing stock. I need to see chrome, custom paint, the works. I've done a search but not finding anything that i don't have to look at V8's . Might not be using the right terms. Or if you know links please post. Thanks!
     
  2. plym_46
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    search inline 6 and flat head 6, there are two long threads
     
  3. Flipper
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    Elagantly simple.

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    It was in this car

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  4. low-n-slo54
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    that is simple and well thought out.
     

  5. flatheadpete
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    Check out my Peter Beater in my picture albums. The ol AMC made more torque than a dumptruck and looked cool doing it.
     
  6. low-n-slo54
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    That is cool Flathead!
     
  7. gmc_52
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    Here is my 235.

    Thomas
     

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  8. sololobo
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    Hot Damn, two shown two out-f'n-standing engines. Man is that lil red Chevy some tasty puddin. Love it, super less is more example. That bumblebee on the stand is super cool. Great tu-toning bro. Thanx for your posts ~Sololobo~
     
  9. low-n-slo54
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    Yeah really. Thanks for the great posts!
     
  10. dmw56
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  11. t.canter
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    call this a mini tribute to a really sharp old guy who sadly passed away before he could complete this 52 (used to be mine). this motor blew me away when i saw it. check out the intake.
     

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  12. low-n-slo54
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    Ahhhh T. Canter! That flaked intake is killin me!! And DMW, damn that thing is cool. These are all giving some great ideas. Keep 'em coming.
     
  13. OL-54
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    First shot is a Dad's 235 Chevy in a 41 Nash, next two is my 235 in my 54 Chevy
     
  14. low-n-slo54
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    I'm diggin that! I am about ready to start detailing my '54 235 and these hit the spot!
     
  15. sixinarowjoe
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    the 59 235 in my 51 coupe project
     

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  16. 1952henry
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    Very nice! Those are early Chevy air cleaners, correct?
     
  17. cruzingratiot
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    from Detroit MI

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  19. low-n-slo54
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    I'm glad I posted this thread. Thanks for the link Lowfat48!
     
  20. BOWTIE BROWN
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    interesting, very interesting.
    thanx
    "AND THE BOWTIE ROLLS ON"
     
  21. sixinarowjoe
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    yes they are.-thanks
     
  22. fat141
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    Can we see some (lots) more of this little gem please?:cool::cool:
    Rod
     
  23. fat141
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    O K, what happened to the pics, not even in the original post by Flipper?
    Now I got no pics at all to drool on.
    Rod
     
  24. Flipper
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    These are the only other ones I have of it.

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  25. Powerband
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    That 51 Stovebolt is just right. Plenty of cool-hot sixes at FSP'

    http://fordsix.com/forum/

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    250 performance six:

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    '61 T'Bolt Six:
    Blueprinted D6DE Ford 250 Six; Jahns Racing cast pistons at @ 10:1CR, Clifford Shot Peened and Balanced Rods, Clifford 272H Cam, Line Bored & Balanced Bottom End, Torque Plate Machined .070 Cylinder Overbore, Sealed Power moly rings, Clevite &#8220;77&#8221; tri-metal main/rod bearings, FE Chrome-moly pushrods, Stainless steel 1.88 intake valves/1.50 exh with- silicon springs and HD retainers, Ported and Polished chambers and relieved valve shrouds . Cloyes timing set, Melling blueprinted HP oil pump, Clevite Anti pump-up lifters, Fisher custom Harmonic Balancer, Offenhauser Tri-Power 3X1 aluminum intake manifold w/ Offy progressive linkage, Modified Holley 1904 series glass bowl carbs w/ K&N air filters, Exhaust ¾ siamese port divider, Re-Curved Duraspark electronic distributor, GM HEI ignition trigger, Indexed Champion racing spark plugs, Brass expansion plugs, Glyptal sealed engine block, Detroit hipo gasket set, Clifford blueprinted racing engine oil additive, Polished aluminum alternator, timing chain cover, thermostat housing, water pump and PCV., Matte black/alum. 6=8 Clifford valve cover. SFI 157 neutral balance-lightened racing flywheel spinning Centerforce Stage II Clutch, T5-Z Cobra 5speed tranny, Short throw Hurst Indy shifter, 8&#8221; 3.80:1 TracLoc Posi rear, Shelby Traction Masters and sway bars, Mustang front strut bars, Scarebird Disc front brakes, Fabricated subframe connectors and crossmembers, 8 Point Roll bar, 5 point Safety Belts, Mustang 5.0 alum. racing radiator, Perma-Cool electric pusher fan, Holley fuel pump/pressure regulator, Hooker 6602 dual out longtube headers, Smithy silencers, Original tube radio and vacuum wipers and front fender Gunsights&#8230;<O:p></O:p>



    The Sixth Sense Garage
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  26. Jimbo302
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    Same here. Great looking 6'ers.
     
  27. Tell me about your road draft/PCV setup Looks interesting.
     
  28. Little Terry
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  29. low-n-slo54
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    All this inspiration! Can't wait till spring.
     
  30. gmc_52
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    It came off of a GMC military 302. It has a oil bath filter in the housing that filters the air before it goes into the crankcase. It also makes filling the engine with oil a little easier.

    Thomas
     

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