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Hot Rods my new 55 GASSER

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by tofords, Jul 16, 2011.

  1. tofords
    Joined: May 26, 2009
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    Red 55, small block chevy, 4 ford 94's, generator, 4 speed stick, 60's econoline straight axle more pics page 3
     

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  2. hotroddonnie
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    Looks cool, love to see a full side shot!
     
  3. Nice car! Can't wait til I can start mine.
     
  4. steve14733
    Joined: Apr 27, 2011
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    sweet nice ride
     
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  5. LOST ANGEL
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    Yes, please take ten steps back, and try again!-MIKE:D
     
  6. OBFB HA/GR
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    Cool ,I've always had a soft spot for a hi ridin' '55 witha straight axle.Neat car.
     
  7. erlomd
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    nice ride man...whole car pics please!
     
  8. More Please
     
  9. bonesy
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    That's cool!

    You have car A.D.D. More than I do. Awesome.
     
  10. stickers
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    Kool to see Gasser's are getting interest again. Looks like a nice one you've got there.
     
  11. gardenjeg
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    from nc

    Smooth! Like those 55 Gassers
     
  12. Model A John
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    Man, I love that. Like everyone else, I wanna see a full side shot, please.
     
  13. tofords
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    more pics
     

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  14. slammed
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    Ahhh^^^ these pic's are much better! That side shot really looks good.
     
  15. Slickster51_50
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    Nice car i like that fact that the rear wheels setinside the rear fenders and they aren't radiused. Its a beautiful ride!
     
  16. AnimalAin
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  17. cruzr
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    Frank..................so how long will you keep this one??:D
     
  18. NICE!! What is that axle out of?
     
  19. swekustom
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    from Sweden

    WOW ! Let me no if you wanna sell it !
     
  20. Grommet
    Joined: Oct 24, 2008
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    from South GA

    If we happened to be in the area, could we get a ride?? It would
    definitely be more fun than Disney

    Grommet
     
  21. bigalturk1
    Joined: Sep 23, 2010
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    Excellent Gasser!

    Hot car of the 40's.... 1940 Ford Coupe
    Hot car of the 50's.... 1955 Chevy
    Hot car of the 60's.... 1964 GTO
    Hot car of the 70's.... 1970 El Camino SS 454
    That's about it!
     
  22. Butch M
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    nice nice car looks great.........
     
  23. I love it! Its what im doing to my project also, non radiused 1/4s on the next one. Beautiful ride!!!
     
  24. tofords
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  25. I'm diggin the look brother.....well done.
     
  26. Chubbs1955
    Joined: Oct 30, 2010
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    What size of wheels are in the rear? whats the backspacing? what size of tire? are those are torque thrust originals right? or they D's? i bought polished tto's for my car but they do not clear the quarters, i hate to cut them because my dad had put the patch panels on the car and im starting to dig the stock quarter panel look more then the radiused, so i figured i could find a wheel underneath that fits.
     
  27. A Gasser without radiused wheel wells? I think if your going to do it at all you might as well go all the way and radius it. Otherwise it's like a Banana split without the banana. Or, .... guys?
     
  28. redlinetoys
    Joined: May 18, 2004
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    Love it! Simple and clean. Cool that it has a generator. Even more pics posted wouldn't bother me a bit. Nice!
     
  29. Not all gassers had radiused wheel wells, whats worse, stock, or radiused with 8.20 x 15 "Junior Stock" tires?
     

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