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Old 08-21-2013, 10:14 PM
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Don't know the laws ,but that should be jail time.
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and you didn't believe in Bigfoot,
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Old 08-22-2013, 08:24 AM
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Enough said.
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Old 08-22-2013, 09:21 AM
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Enough said.
I believe this one might have an overheating problem.

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Old 08-22-2013, 09:28 AM
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That Jag reminded me of a artical I remember reading back in the 60's in Pop Mechanics. As I remembershortly after the late Bill Harrah took possession of his lattest Ferrari one of his employies wrecked it. After he settled down abit he had his restoration staff take one of the Ranch Waggoneers and_________!

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I saw that in the Harrah's auto collection in Reno years ago. It was VERY cool, and didn't have that front end on it. It was a stock appearing Jeep Wagoneer with a lengthened front end. The hood was open and I remember checking out the MAD SKILLS the dude possessed to lengthen that hood! I could make out some welds as I remember but it was seriously well done.

But really, it was totally tasteful, the front end being lengthened about three or four inches and looking totally stock most wouldn't have had a clue looking at the car that it had that Ferrari motor in it.

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Edit: found a few photos. Check out how it's longer in front of the wheel well than stock.

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Old 08-22-2013, 09:32 AM
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Enough said.
What is funny is someone looking at that car would think it's a "rat rod" but the fact is it is either the original or a copy of a car that ran back in the fifties early sixties and it has WILD zoomie pipes too.

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What is funny is someone looking at that car would think it's a "rat rod" but the fact is it is either the original or a copy of a car that ran back in the fifties early sixties and it has WILD zoomie pipes too.

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By the photo I thought it was the original ,I have an old photo somewhere.
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I believe this one might have an overheating problem.

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yea he used all of his hose on the intake ,none left for thermostat .
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Really , looks like he got everything nice and SQUARE!!

Hot Rod - $10000 (Belleview,FL)


327 Engine---4 Speed---Corvette Rear---And it's Fast! Call for details. Ask for Mac.
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Old 08-22-2013, 02:57 PM
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raining hard all day today. found another one.

Rat Rod - $2950 (pine island)



i got a 1976 T-bucket on a jeep chassis right hand drive, 232 ci chevy straight 6 cyl runs good, automatic transmission any question call Bob



and another
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Really , looks like he got everything nice and SQUARE!!

Hot Rod - $10000 (Belleview,FL)


327 Engine---4 Speed---Corvette Rear---And it's Fast! Call for details. Ask for Mac.
I still love those aluminum slotted wheels...does anybody repop those with the light alloy aluminum we have today? They are nostalgic looking but classic.

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I still love those aluminum slotted wheels...does anybody repop those with the light alloy aluminum we have today? They are nostalgic looking but classic.

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Well i had to look and i found these for you

http://www.summitracing.com/search/p...olished-wheels
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Thanks for looking them up for me I appreciate that...they still look good to me...from what I remember, they where heavy back then...I'll follow up and check on the weight...just might buy a set.

Thanks Again
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