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04-27-2008 10:22 PM Pedals and Horn
Mounted some new pedals to give it the old school look, Have also mounted a air compressor and use one of my frame rails as an air tank for a train horn I got from Autoloc.


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04-27-2008 10:18 PM New Goals
Decided it was time to start back on my truck, got my wheels powdercoated and mounted and started doing some bodywork on the doors. Had to fabricate all the guts for the doors,, mini bear claw latches, window crank setup and door openers as the Murray bodied Fords were all wood inside and not metal like a regular Ford.


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02-02-2008 09:59 PM Velocity Stacks IV
Well they were polished screens made for the inside and after a bit of modifying the carbs they are on and they seem to look good even better once I polish the 4-71. Have to say a big thanks to my buddy Hienz for doing them, a beautiful piece of work!


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02-02-2008 09:51 PM Velocity Stacks III
We cut the identical pieces slowly scared to death of us screwing up and wasting four days of machining but it worked out quite well, the saw was barely moving and they seemed to turn out alright.


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02-02-2008 09:47 PM Velocity Stacks II
The stacks both had to be made of the same piece of aluminum, mainly because it was all I could find, so either end was machined the same. When finished it was covered with tape to prevent damage as we put it into the saw to cut it.


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