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  1. Mutt
    Joined: Feb 6, 2003
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    My roadster
     
  2. Mutt
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    My stealth 64 Plymouth 4dr htp. I use it to play with kids on the hiway [​IMG]
     
  3. Skate Fink
    Joined: Jul 31, 2001
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    ......cool.........
     
  4. Bitchen!
    Tell us a little more about your cars... how fast do they run??
    Sam.
     

  5. Mutt
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    Chrysler 413 in the fury. [​IMG]
     
  6. Mutt
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    Garage I built for winter work on cars. My mobile garage is inside [​IMG]
     
  7. Mutt
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    New car will be a gasser - full fender, unchopped stock body, blown 406 chev., raised all around, slicks sticking out.
     
  8. Terry
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    Mutt, it's not like I don't like the T and the shop, but man am I diggin' on the Fury! I would LOVE to have that thing setting in my stall!!!
     
  9. Mutt
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    Sam - The quickest the roadster ran was 10.96, but I had to dial it back because of the rollbar. It's pretty consistant at 11.20/118 now, and the block is basically a stock factory 400 with dished pistons. I just added 2-4's and a 224/234 .465/.488 cam, roller rockers. Rear is '57 Chev w/4.11 posi. B&M 350. Very streetable except on the freeway [​IMG]
    The Plymouth has 2.93 gears and ran 15.50 @ 93mph. It needs gears bad, but I'm going to sell it.
    Terry - 5G and you can drive it home to Texas I even have the dealer installed air, and the orig. 361 goes with it. It's a 44k car w/new paint about 4yrs ago.
     
  10. daign
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    I think we have a good race for the drags this year!@$^&^ [​IMG]

    Great stable.

    -Dane
     
  11. I had an "old ugly" '63 Dodge 330 that I wanted to do what you did to your '64... something to mess around with the ricers with!

    The roadster sounds like a blast! 10's are fun.

    Welcome again!
    Sam.
     
  12. Nads
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    Murdock?
    Where's Murdock?
    Welcome from another Floridian.
     
  13. delaware george
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    that's a nice garage...bitchin cars [​IMG]
     
  14. colorado51
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    [ QUOTE ]
    Garage I built for winter work on cars.[​IMG]

    [/ QUOTE ]

    Winter work?? Youre in FLORIDA!! [​IMG]

    Nice looking cars!!
     
  15. Antibilly
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    Yea weres yea ol Murdock from another fla brother
     
  16. I've seen the ACME Garage T at the Tampa NSRA each year, now I can yell out "Hey you, Mutt!"

    Nads...
     
  17. bdrake
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    I remeber seeing your roadster in Indy a few years back and took a few pics. It was one of favorites on the pit side of the track. I was in your area last week, wish I was back there now. It's cold here.

    [​IMG]

     
  18. Mutt
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    Murdock - the land of the "Q-Tips" - That's what it looks like when you're behind an old lady with big hair [​IMG] - is right down the road from Hot Rod Walt in North Port, halfway between Sarasota and Ft. Myers and 46.7 miles from Bradenton drag strip.
    I used to winter over in south Texas (Padre Island area) but the constant 30mph wind from the East ain't fun in a roadster. California and Arizona were too expensive. My brother built his house, and I bought two lots behind his for the garage. For 5 years I did everything in the trailer, but it's getting harder to lay on the floor and be able to get up [​IMG]. Billy Hullit up in Ocala is a friend of mine (Yellow 5-window he's had since the 50's.) that I met at a race in Columbus Ohio. I get up there now and then.
    Here's the interior..
     
  19. Mutt
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    And the rear, which I wish more competitors saw! [​IMG]
     
  20. zman
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    Damn fine rides....
     
  21. quickrod
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    did anyone notice whats on the workbench in the first picture?could help that T get well into the 9's [​IMG] [​IMG]kool stuff mutt
     
  22. NortonG
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    Blown,9 sec T sounds good to me.
     
  23. Zor
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    [ QUOTE ]
    did anyone notice whats on the workbench in the first picture?could help that T get well into the 9's [​IMG] [​IMG]kool stuff mutt

    [/ QUOTE ]

    good call quickrod
     
  24. Sweeeeeeeeeeeeet stuff. Welcome- Where is Murdock?
     
  25. 48_HEMI
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    [ QUOTE ]
    did anyone notice whats on the workbench in the first picture?could help that T get well into the 9's [​IMG] [​IMG]kool stuff mutt

    [/ QUOTE ]



    you got to pay attension the man said he's building a blown 32 probably for those 30 mph winds in texas [​IMG]
     
  26. du$ty
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    hey mutt...are you from cincy..i am orginally ...well dayton/cincinnati...whats that deal with the acme garage...you snow birdin" in fla?nice stuff.
     
  27. Mutt
    Joined: Feb 6, 2003
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    Yeah, Kartbreaker, born and raised there. I'm a retired Cincy Cop.[​IMG]
    When I decided to race semi-seriously again, I needed a name for the car, and bought a shirt at a Warner bros. store in Dallas - Acme Garage. It's generic and old timey, and not flashy - like me [​IMG] (And people seem to remember it.) That explains the lettering on the deck lid too...

    48 Hemi - Actually that blower is a small bore - there's a big bore just out of sight in that picture, that I'm going to use on the 32. I may put that street blower on the roadster for ocassional jaunts around here when I get the deuce done.

    Dan
     
  28. Nads
    Joined: Mar 5, 2001
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    Het Mutt, we're having our 4th annual Groundhog Gala coming up on February 8th, you've gotta come. It's pre'64 and we try to keep it as traditional as we can in these parts.
    Go to this link and click on NEWS for all the details.

    rumblersorlando.com

    Also do you know when the next nostalgia drag is down at Desoto?
    If you're going I'd love to meet you.

    And another question do you anything about the Cincy Rumblers car club?

     
  29. Nads
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