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Old 09-03-2011, 04:55 PM
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Sorry should have said more, was kinda on the way out the door. Ironman joe is who I was referring to. I had stopped by his campground just to visit, he had his latest home built hotrod with him as well as the Jesse James chopper which in it's self is pretty cool, Im going to try to post some pics if you are interested, also this was in Louisiana. Bayou signet campground

The bike is not a Jesse James Chopper..... The ONLY thing on the bike that is Jesse James, Is the tank, and fenders... Not the bike it's self....Don't let he tell you any different....

As for the same mold,, We didn't come from the same Mold at all.... There is a big difference between the two of us....BIG difference...

Maybe one day you will get to see the difference for yourself...
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Yeah post photos that's aways nice,thanks.

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Old 09-04-2011, 12:22 AM
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Sorry should have said more, was kinda on the way out the door. Ironman joe is who I was referring to. I had stopped by his campground just to visit, he had his latest home built hotrod with him as well as the Jesse James chopper which in it's self is pretty cool, Im going to try to post some pics if you are interested, also this was in Louisiana. Bayou signet campground

This is the chopper he has....Just like the black one,, But with the bigger motor..http://www.whistlestopchoppers.com/h...hopper_kit.htm
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This is the chopper he has....Just like the black one,, But with the bigger motor..http://www.whistlestopchoppers.com/h...hopper_kit.htm
Boy that black 100C.I. Rev-Tech engine is kinda spendy.

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Sure is.. somebody has a hell-of-a markup,,
look here http://www.customchrome.com/cc/view....0engspecs.html

maybe those prices are for the entire kit, not just the engine alone,, but still too high,,, and you have to put it together,,,,,

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Too rich for my blood, yow.

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Sure is.. somebody has a hell-of-a markup,,
look here http://www.customchrome.com/cc/view....0engspecs.html

maybe those prices are for the entire kit, not just the engine alone,, but still too high,,, and you have to put it together,,,,,
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LOLOLOLOLOL, that is some serious GP, with the net how do people pull it off? If he wasn't using the name of the motor and rebranded it or something he could do it. But when you can just google the name and find out you can get it their for a third, how could they have such big nuts to charge that much?

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He didn't buy one... Someone trade one for his little coupe he had..... He keep's telling everyone it's a Jesse James bike... It isn't.... He also thinks it's worth $40,000.00 It isn't,, Not in today's market....
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MAN!!!!! This c-cab thread took way to many hard right turns.... I better post something about the c-cab...
I just might fine some that no one has seen yet..





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Now!!!! If Bad Rat would let me put his motor in just to see how it would look !!! I MEAN FIT !!!!





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Well I see break is over, back to work. Randy that C-cab is sweet.

Did anyone mention the engine mounts might not work.
I couldn't let it pass, Bad me.

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Well I see break is over, back to work. Randy that C-cab is sweet.

Did anyone mention the engine mounts might not work.
I couldn't let it pass, Bad me.

Bob


Now !!!! Mr.Bob !!!! Not that again !!!!

I was a little worried about them...HEHEHEHE
I was thinking of welding in some chain links to hold the motor in...
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Yes, damn it, very cool seeing the truck again on this thread! I am no SBC fan but damn it looks good there with those old valve covers.

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Yes, damn it, very cool seeing the truck again on this thread! I am no SBC fan but damn it looks good there with those old valve covers.

Brian

Well !!! That SBC might not be in there much longer...
I talked yesterday to a friend on mine... He has two BBC's at his house, He told me One has my name On it....

That's what I wanted from the start...

Since the back of the car has SO MUCH WEIGHT,, The big block fully dressed out should help keep the front end down...

The small block look's way to little sitting in there..Need's something BIG !!!!

Might have to go back to the drawing board on the mount's..
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