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Hot Rods My Deuce Roadster , Hemi , full hood , no blisters

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Limey Steve, Jun 22, 2013.

  1. Limey Steve
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    I finally got around to making headers for my Daimler Hemi (England) powered Deuce. That has allowed me to fit the smooth hood sides that I got when I bought the project 14 years ago .I copied the basic Daimler manifold design but had to do a reversal on the driver's side as it ran into the Steering column. I love the results & she still runs cool & the paint did not blister after my trip to LARS .It could be the only Hemi powered Deuce with no louvers & no blisters in the hood ;) It helps being only 276 cu in.

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  2. That's a good lookin' sumbitch!!! :D
     
  3. Limey Steve
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    Thanks I dig the old girl now without the side exhaust.
     
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  4. HotRodMicky
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    Looks cool, Steve.

    Where is the speedo from?

    Michael
     

  5. captain scarlet
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    Nice job - looks great with the full hood
     
  6. Roger Walling
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    Is that a Desoto Hemi?
     
  7. Atwater Mike
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    Smooooth, Steve... Headers are graceful, and functional

    What tranny did you use behind the Daimler?
     
  8. COUPES
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    Look really cool Steve, be a shame to hide them with hood sides now :D
     
  9. Those headers are gorgeous. Amazing that it still runs cool with the hood sides. Great looking Deuce.
     
  10. kiwicowboy
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    steve ,the old girl looks grate,se you next year at lars..
     
  11. langy
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    Looks dead cool steve, A great car just got better.
     
  12. It's a Daimler Hemi, from the UK.
     
  13. brady1929
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    Sweet roadster
     
  14. bonesy
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    I noticed the smooth hood sides at the LARS - blew me away!
     
  15. BAD PENNY
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    WOW, looks killer. Are the headlights the new OTB ones or old guides ?? I'm loving my hot rod column and spoon pedal too, thanks again.
     
  16. weemark
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    steve the car was lovely before but now it looks even better. ive been looking at smooth hood sides on cars in some old pics - im really liking that look just now, ust seems a little different to what a lot of others are doing.
     
  17. Nobey
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    What a nice looking Deuce. And where did you find that beautiful front axle ???
     
  18. Limey Steve
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    The Speedo is a 39 Ford , re faced , as was said The Daimler was made in England 1958-1968 on 2044 were produced, aluminium heads iron block.Front axle I bought 15 years ago too, old dropped & filled unknown maker.Head lights are original , as is everything except my headlight bar/shock mount & front shocks. Trans is a T5 I adapted (all the limo engines were autos )

    Thanks for the nice comments guys I like the smooth hood sides , I don't like to follow a groove ;)
     
  19. AnimalAin
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    Well done. Have fun wearing it out.
     
  20. Very cool and love the wide fives. JW
     
  21. ago
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    English Hemi. Dodge Red ram will fit in stock hood also. Real nice car.



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  22. tfeverfred
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    Looks good, but seems a shame to hide that Hemi.
     
  23. Deuce Daddy Don
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    Looks great Steve!----What did Lanny think????
    Here's how I ran mine back to Memphis & back to SoCal in 1975.
     

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  24. Limey Steve
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    Lanny didn't show at our open House Don
    The engine has been on show for 6 years it was time for a change
     
  25. hombres ruin
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    awesome,nice job
     
  26. The headers & hood sides look great, are you using twin strombergs on adapters mounted to the original intake????
     
  27. Limey Steve
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    Yes I made adapters to use 2 97's.it runs much better than when I had my own 3 carb intake.
     
  28. Looking good man...are those real guide headlights?
     
  29. harleycontracter
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    Very cool Steve.......
     
  30. JoeyP.
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    That looks clean.
     

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