|Today 12:50 AM|
|harposrepair||This might be a better picture.|
|Yesterday 11:15 PM|
so just ignore my question ,
|Yesterday 11:07 PM|
|harposrepair||The upper part of the picture I posted was deleted so it wouldn't be too easy to identify.|
|Yesterday 10:48 PM|
while wating on Harpo to post his picture I only got a white page,
I will ask this quick one ,,if he post a picture disregard my question
I don't know the year but what make and model
|Yesterday 10:19 AM|
|Yesterday 09:17 AM|
|Yesterday 07:57 AM|
Much to new for me!
|07-29-2015 11:45 PM|
|496CHEVY3100||never heard of a transit,,i thought is was like this 2003 Focus they look similar|
|07-29-2015 11:43 PM|
What is it?
|07-29-2015 10:31 PM|
It's your floor.
|07-29-2015 07:26 PM|
|harposrepair||Looking at the style of the grill it looks like a Ford Transit. I'd hate to guess what year since I've never seen one with a locking hood like that before. Fords newer than a '57 are not my cup of tea.|
|07-29-2015 06:39 PM|
On a ford......I win , yay
|07-29-2015 06:31 PM|
Ok boys, on what do you find this hood lock mounted in the grill?
|07-28-2015 02:31 PM|
Read up on Junior Johnson, Smokey Yunick and the guys that started NASCAR. The revenuers went to the same shops for "soup-ups" as the moonshiners did. Whether the mechanic put the same stuff in everyone's engines is debatable. Read Smokey's book. Fun reading.
|07-28-2015 01:38 PM|
|wretched ratchet||I do remember seeing an awful lot of carb throats on that '50 and I know mine did NOT have that many when I was in College I guess the "Shiners" not only cheated the Gooberment out of tax revenue (only reason to control it) but wasn't it cheating to have a souped up engine when ?they didn't have one? - - maybe the Goober Garage didn't know how.|
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