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01-06-2016 06:56 AM
matts37chev Looks good 38chevy.
Let's see some more pics please
01-06-2016 06:43 AM
nunattax
trottle pedal

post up some more pictures if u can who makes that pedal 38.im thinking of grinding the spoon off the lever and welding it to the other side of the pedal,then re powder coating it so i can have the pedal curving the reverse direction
01-04-2016 03:04 PM
38chevy
Nice pedal work herriot

I had trouble with my gas pedal being too far toward the center of the car. The aftermarket (street rod) gas pedals put the pedal off to the right of the throttle cable by about an inch. I rebuilt one of those pedals to place the pedal exactly in line with the throttle linkage. The picture doesn't quite show the part, but you can see that an additional inch to the right puts the pedal on the transmission hump.

BTW, you can take a look at many 37 & 38 Chevy street rods at 38 Chevy | Honoring the 37/38 Chevy.
12-06-2015 12:52 PM
nunattax
name

name trouble was due to technical difficulties
12-05-2015 01:20 PM
Leakie Hey Herriot, I assume this is nunattax?... You trying to confuse us? Did you switch favorite bands or something?
12-01-2015 03:51 PM
herriot
brake pedal

brake pedal is comfortable and safe now
12-01-2015 03:43 PM
herriot
brake pedal

pedal is now in a better place
11-30-2015 09:11 AM
matts37chev Hey guys just checking in.
I am going to be putting the 38 back in the garage very soon.
I have some new headers to put on, to finish up the exhaust system.
But first I need to get the door panels put back on, from fixing the door latch.
(I had to buy some plastic sheeting, was the reason it never got done before)

I still need to seal up the firewall, and install the new stereo system.
11-08-2015 07:02 PM
Trophyman They do have any for 39's. On a list
11-08-2015 08:21 AM
matts37chev I haven't tried yet.
I hhave been super busy with other stuff.
I dislocated my knee about 3 weeks ago.
Ended up tearing a ligament.
So i have been running around to dr.s trying to take care of that.
Also I have been building a new discgolf course at the local state college, and we just came onto a very large step in the process, so I have been trying to keep that herd of cats pointed in the right direction.

Heck, I haven't been able to find time to put my door panels back on, after fixing my wing windows, door handles, and installing the new door checks.

Now we have my kids 240sx in the garage
11-07-2015 08:33 AM
Leakie I am still driving mine, it won't go to sleep until the snow flies. We have been having an unusually warm fall which has been great. It is cool this weekend but will be back in the 60's next week and we set a record high of 78 the other day. Hopefully it will last awhile longer. We like El Nino in the northeast.

Matt - Were you able to order one?
11-07-2015 07:11 AM
Too Many Projects
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Originally Posted by matts37chev View Post
Sleep tight 38

How does it make any sense to have LESS MADE than are ON the WAITING LIST ????????
No kidding !!! I asked them the same thing, but she doesn't want parts "laying around". Call Chev's of the 40's and The filling Station to see if they got any of them. If not, I really have to question their business model of limiting these parts.

I'm thinking it may have more to do with their ability to pay for the parts up-front. If they are not able to make financial arrangements, they can only have X amount made...
11-07-2015 06:43 AM
matts37chev Sleep tight 38

How does it make any sense to have LESS MADE than are ON the WAITING LIST ????????
11-07-2015 06:34 AM
Too Many Projects I put my '38 to bed for the winter in a friend's pole building yesterday...
11-02-2015 06:57 PM
Leakie I was on that list for 3 or 4 years also. I guess they want to have a sure thing when they manufacture a batch and not tying up their money in inventory.
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