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Old 06-18-2008, 08:06 AM
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Building a 60s style gasser/AFX chassis

FYI, the show Muscle Car on Spike started a series on the conversion of a '64 comet to a 60s style altered wheel base, straight front axle AFX/gasser rod. Should be good info for all of us who like that stuff. The first episode last weekend showed how to bring the rear wheel wells 1' forward of the stock location.

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Old 06-18-2008, 09:22 AM
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Here´s some howto articles on A/FXer building.
Part one and here´s Part two.
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FYI, the show Muscle Car on Spike started a series on the conversion of a '64 comet to a 60s style altered wheel base, straight front axle AFX/gasser rod. Should be good info for all of us who like that stuff. The first episode last weekend showed how to bring the rear wheel wells 1' forward of the stock location.
I saw that show. I think gassers are very cool.
Kim
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