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I like it.I told you you would figure it out. It looks perfect.

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Looking good! The roof line is perfect. Now....How about an FE up front with dual quads and Roadster style headers?

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I was thinking about doing a SBC with either a tunnel ram, or a blower... But what I really would like to do is try a SBC with a home made intake with pipes coming out of the intake 90ing over the valve cover's with 8 side draft Harley carbs..
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I like it.I told you you would figure it out. It looks perfect.


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Old 03-02-2011, 10:38 AM
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Thats Perfect,, more like it is part of the body,, than a "add-on"
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Old 03-02-2011, 11:15 AM
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Crazy Cool! How about some staggered Injection stacks like the old days? You make more progress in a few days than most folks do in a year! Awesome project. Dan
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Old 03-02-2011, 11:19 AM
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this is gettin better all the way through.but ive gotten used to that on your stuff . im allready wonderin whats next!!
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Old 03-02-2011, 11:31 AM
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Thank's.. I guess the visor look's better now.. I had to add it.. Didn't like the big windshield.. In person it looked bigger then the whole car... Now I find it flow's with the roof a lot better... Made a big deference... I'm now working on the two side's.. Getting them ready to weld on.. I have to take them to a friends house so he can bend them for me.. My bender isn't wide enough.. So now it's getting closer to being a whole car now.. Then it's the little things.. Glade everyone is enjoying this build.. It really make's me feel good... That is when you can look back and say you made the right choice.... Thanks for all the support.. It means a lot..
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Looks a lot better now Randy You just need a nail head Buick engine with 6 deuces and it would be perfect.
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I was thinking about doing a SBC with either a tunnel ram, or a blower... But what I really would like to do is try a SBC with a home made intake with pipes coming out of the intake 90ing over the valve cover's with 8 side draft Harley carbs..
Tunnel rams are a dime a dozen and anyone can stick a blower on a small block..... BUT if there's anything that might make a SBC look good..... 8 side draft Harley carbs would do it.

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Looking good Randy,


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Old 03-02-2011, 04:55 PM
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Thought I would share what I did today... Mostly played around..





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Now that looks good i like what you have done there Randy.



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Thanks Cole... I guess I'm headed in the right direction..




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Man !!!! And to think.. It's only been 27 days since I started with this dream...WOW !!! Once a dream, Now a hot rod... But it will start to slow down a little.. I have other things to do.. But I will sneak in some work every now and then..
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Did a little more to the back end..


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