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Old 01-13-2013, 07:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Boxc@r View Post
Unsure at the moment but have an open mind. On another note, is a 3" chop your sporting on that 30-31 or more. I went with 3 and believe I happy with that. Next, because i'm in the planning stage...you running 15 x 7 in the rear and 15 x 5 in front????

Nice car there cowboy.
Chop is 2-1/2" rear, 2-3/4" front. 15x8 rear wheels, 15x6 front.

Hinge the windshield, you'll be glad you did. We love hearing the carb. sucking down air, and the rush of air in your face when you smash the foot feed.

There are certain styling cues that are iconic... things like suicide doors, cowl mounted fuel tanks, and yes, hinged windshields. Embrace these items from the golden era of the automobile.

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