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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by HotRodChassis, Jul 11, 2011.

  1. Peter Mc Mahon
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  2. Tony
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    SOOOO many very tasteful details, and a high quality build!
    It's a pleasure to see threads like this.
    VERY NICE, and thanks for posting!

    Tony
     
  3. rodhot
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    Ahh yess, A cammer out in the open for everyone to see. Some good details on that ride. Very nice build!!
     
  4. axe grinder
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    hubba-hubba.......tire smoker for sure...:d
     
  5. TexasSpeed
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    Oh yeah.. I'm watching this one for sure.


    iPhone - TJJ App
     
  6. daddio211
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  7. SLCK64
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    I think I can die a happy boy after seeing that
     
  8. If I could I WOOD(Y)!:eek:
     
  9. Redz Rodz
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    always liked your post, never a lack of horsepower & the frame work is sweet ,looks like some hard lauches in it's future!! can wait for film,i can almost hear that shotgun reving !!!
     
  10. jipp
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  11. 296moon
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    Thats very good, really nice tube work.
     
  12. Francisco Plumbero
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    HAHAHA!

    At first glance a top fueler looks a bit thin as well.

    Looks like the beef is applied to all of the right places, all of the front end stuff is not going to be making that much contact anyways.:D
     
  13. slickhale
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    just close enough to overboard to be perfect
     
  14. Francisco Plumbero
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    That's what I thought it was, this thing is like finding the T Rex Sue and putting her in your hot rod. Rarer then moon rocks. Geez. Guys pray to those
     
  15. Madre de Dios....that is what I'm talking about...a 427 SOHC...don't see that shit everyday now do ya?
     
  16. seb fontana
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    Only one thing I would add if it could be found or maybe someone is still making it...An external belt drive for the OHC cams, looked pretty slick in the ad pic I saw buncha years ago...
     
  17. customs by jason
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    looks killer. nice details and tube work
     
  18. GaryB
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    damn, take no prisoners. definately need bigger tires
     
  19. bonesy
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    Man-o-man, that is cool!
     
  20. 71buickfreak
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    Seems a shame to put a body on that frame!
     
  21. damagedduck
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    427 SOHC.=:eek:
    Stroked 427 SOHC.=:eek::eek: ===holy sheet!
     
  22. Racrdad
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    oh man that is super cool!! Nice chassis work, very impressive
     
  23. Mr48chev
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    Wow, that is wicked. I'm wondering why you put the seam on the frame tube on the outside rather than the inside though. The guy who welded up my T frame did that and there was no way I could hide the seam without it showing back up.
     
  24. unclescooby
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    are you SURE it's a stick...or are you just seeing the erection of anyone who sits in it?
     
  25. 71buickfreak
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    Is that a 351W based stroker? Nice.
     
  26. SLCK64
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    :confused:
     
  27. 71buickfreak
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    You can stroke a Boss 351W block to 427. Ford Racing sells a shortblock and a complete crate motor. That what I was asking, if it was an early 427 FE or a 351W based stroker, since he said it was a stroked 427.
    For reference
    http://www.fordracingparts.com/parts/part_details.asp?PartKeyField=11831

    I wasn't paying attention, I went and looked at the motor pics and saw it is an FE
     
  28. SLCK64
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    I know you can do that, but ya just skimmed the thread, no biggie :cool:
     
  29. 71buickfreak
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    Yeah, I missed that part discussing the engine. whoops.
     

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