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So who has the most bad ass mill on the Hamb

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dynaflash_8, Aug 4, 2010.

  1. nocoastsaint
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    That is cast awesome!

    Just make sure you put eight 97s so it stays on topic ;)




     
  2. Dynaflash_8
    Joined: Sep 24, 2008
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    why does that thing make my man parts tingle?
     
  3. 32ratsass
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  4. treb11
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  5. jangleguy
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    Okay then. We have a winner. Game over. Next...
     
  6. T Fritz
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  7. THE_DUDE
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  8. Butch M
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    don't have any pic's how about Shakey Puddin 55 chevy.....
     
  9. slammed49
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    Damn,Im getting tired of all the SBC,red wheel and flat black haters...what gives? if you dont like 'em dont use those particulars on YOUR car,but some of us dig all three!
     
  10. Retro Jim
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    Well all are really bad ass mills ! It's just some have a ton more ass in them than the other but all are still great mills !

    Retro Jim
     
  11. 49porvida
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    this is my 365 caddy thats goin in my essex coupe
    [​IMG]
     
  12. 49porvida
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    [​IMG]im guessin it should be a healthy 300 hp and 400 ft lbs at the wheels
     
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  13. TimeWarpF100
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    this one is pretty bad, as a daily driver street engine. Park your tail in the rumble seat and lets go for a test drive...

    [​IMG]
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  14. badsix
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    [​IMG]
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    to be cool they gota be inline
     
  15. ARNIE
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    How about a Crosley, 44 CI with a Pepco supercharger? (the same cubic inch as 1 cylinder in a sbc!)(350)
     

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  16. dreracecar
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    My vote
     

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  17. Stone
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    That is awesome. Do you have any more pictures you can share?
     
  18. Deuces
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  19. absolutely..after I fab up a pair of 3/8th inch adapters to fit the newer heads.
     
  20. Mr T body
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    My contribution. This is the original engine (this shot from 1969-ish) in a T bucket I restored. Blown Boss motor built by Louie Unser. Yes it was occasionally street driven....:D
     

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  21. T-rev
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    Some Badass engines on here thanks for sharing!!!
     
  22. ibcalaveras
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    Here is a couple of my brothers motor..
     

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  23. Gerry Moe
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    I'll play. 392 hemi in a 33 chevy 5 window. 33chevy 003.JPG
     
  24. GOATROPER02
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    I rank in there I think,Early Olds Rocket, injected blown alky,bored and stroked from 371 to 430 CI ,Full Race prep Vintage Power

    12-1300hp

    Tony
     

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  25. Man i read it too fast.thought it said m.i.l.f!
    Oh well.nice mills on here.
     
  26. D_Lazaris
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    Well here is my little Nash engine, I think it's bad ass haha

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    And our flathead in our rail is sure fun :D

    [​IMG]
     
  27. Bonehead II
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    Here's mine
     

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  28. You think ???

    Damn dude, you get my vote.
    That thing is simply wild.

    If you have a 2nd one lying around the shop you should lend it to me for the Scout...
     
  29. cruiserbuddy
    Joined: Oct 21, 2005
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    Here´s mine:
    German Flathead, Almquist intake, heads shaved, Flathead pistons as aircleaners, 32NDIX Carbs.....

    [​IMG]
     
  30. Lucky3
    Joined: Dec 9, 2009
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    Bazinga !! We have a winner......pipes ain't bad either.
    You get the employee of the month parking spot also.
    :D:D:D
     

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