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Old 11-26-2010, 09:43 PM
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1930u- Finally ready for the drivetrain

Here's a few shot's of my 1930 Plymouth chassis. It will be equipped with a Blown 392 Hemi and Super T-10, 4-speed. The 57-64 Olds/Pontiac rear has 3.33 gears.

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Old 11-26-2010, 11:35 PM
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Very cool, I love seeing the parallel leaves up front! No kit bs for you, very cool!

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Thanks Martin...I love the old school drag look too. Hopefully the chassis will stay together with the Blown Hemi and 4-speed. I'm only going to run about 8lbs of boost. The downside... it will handle like a John Deere tractor. lol
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looks good buddy

turning out really sweet
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Does the rear of the Frame not need to be boxed?
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Looks good! However you may want to put a panhard bar on that rear end.
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The frame is boxed all the way back to the ladder bar pockets. From there back the inside of the frame is also plated. The chassis was originally set up with a Tunnel ram 13.5.1, 336 SBC, 4-speed and a 4:56 cog. It was tortured on the street and the strip with never any frame problems. I decided to leave as is. It's a pretty strong set up.
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