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Old 08-28-2007, 09:54 AM
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Hi i am 34Chevman

I am an emplyee of a downhole oilfield manufacturing company based in Alberta Canada, i am the the original owner of a 1977 chev Camaro,which has of course been hopped up,the reason i've joined this site is get information and advice,for a 34 chev,and or maybe a 34 ford kit car my son and i want to build,Thanks

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Old 08-28-2007, 10:34 AM
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Welcome....Glad to have you here at Hotrodders.
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Welcome....Glad to have you here at Hotrodders.
Thanks for the welcome, and by the way have you heard anything about Superior Glass works
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Old 08-28-2007, 07:53 PM
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Welcome, I have only seen ads for superior heard nothing. If this car u and your son are contemplating building is your first build my advice would be to go with a ford.The reason is even though u can get lots of parts now for chevies there is still a big gap between chevy and ford . More companies make repro parts for fords then chevs. I have a '31 chevy. I can still get parts but cost more and have to search harder.
I love 33/34 fords and u can practically order the whole thing on the web.
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Welcome to Hotrodders www.speedwaymotors.com has lots of glass parts.
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