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Projects Model A Tudor SEGA Gasser build

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by sonic03bluegt, Feb 25, 2019.

  1. catdad49
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    Gabriel, don't tell anyone, but the new Southern Flyer will be my favorite!
     
  2. Tim
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    Looks awesome, where did you come up with that switch plate?
     
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  3. flamingokid
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    This has been a great build to follow and I hope to see more.
     
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  4. Cool build- thanks for sharing.:cool:
    Where did you get the radiator?
     
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  5. verno30
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    Looks and performs great. Thanks for sharing.
     
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  6. Mike Colemire
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    Really looks good leaving the line, nice build.
     
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  7. sonic03bluegt
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    jegs, they are cheap too
    ebay, 90's civic 3 core, dirt cheap.
    Most everything on this car was sourced as cheap as possible
     
  8. Hang'emHigh
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    Like a nickel hooker, cheap, fun and a little dangerous! Great build!
     
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  9. sonic03bluegt
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    Racing in Ethridge TN this weekend if anyone is looking for something to do. Should be a killer show. 19 A-gas cars already pre entered
     
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  10. sloppy jalopies
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    mikie likes it.... looks nasty !
    I see you made 3 jumper wires to make connectors for wiring,
    my local electrical equipment supplier had thin steel jumpers that screw into the neutral block,
    making [4] hot connection with [1] jumper,
    I used [4] of them and that made connections for all my acc. wires... about $1 apiece...
    pix are not my wiring just scraps from the box...
    posted this in case it helps a builder add a wire with out surgery...HIH.
    .owner snapped off the barriers between connections and ran them lengthwise... [4] for acc. [3] for on... [2] for hot...
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    .I screwed the jumper widthwise to show how you can add a jumper and it lets you screw down 2 connections and slide in another...
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    .if needed you can run [2] jumpers, point one in each direction, same [2] screws, with a slide on connector on each side... screws are long enough...
     
    Last edited: Jun 10, 2019
  11. loudbang
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  12. bigmikes50chevy
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    finally caught up with this thread. AWESOME job on the car.

    BigMike
     
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  13. loudbang
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  14. sonic03bluegt
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    Yeah, i was going to buy or make some nicer jumpers, but time was running short so the short wire ones will have to do for now lol
     
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