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10-13-2012 10:10 AM
cobalt327
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Originally Posted by BillyShope View Post
The administrator at Motorsports Village forum was kind enough to dig up something I had written for their "Car of the Month" series. This includes some of the pictures I had lost. I had forgotten I had written the article, which is another sign of the onset of dementia. You'll see me before I lost my hair (two weeks later, as I recall). I managed to avoid all other group pictures. Pictures by Gary Schwartz include a rare picture of the car with rear fenders and a paint job.
The Ramchargers, How It All Began...1949 Plymouth Coupe
Interesting listening. Also I had never seen a photo of Tom Hoover's C Gas engine bay before. That induction set up is very interesting w/its unequal length runners. The comments re closed runner modifications gives food for thought as well. Thanks.
10-13-2012 07:57 AM
dinger Billy, good to hear from you, I have often wondered how you were doing. I'll be checking the links when I get back from the neighbors, pouring a concrete slab this morning. Dan
10-13-2012 05:24 AM
BillyShope The administrator at Motorsports Village forum was kind enough to dig up something I had written for their "Car of the Month" series. This includes some of the pictures I had lost. I had forgotten I had written the article, which is another sign of the onset of dementia. You'll see me before I lost my hair (two weeks later, as I recall). I managed to avoid all other group pictures. Pictures by Gary Schwartz include a rare picture of the car with rear fenders and a paint job.
The Ramchargers, How It All Began...1949 Plymouth Coupe
10-12-2012 11:01 AM
OneMoreTime Welcome back Billy I was wondering where you have been..

Sam
10-12-2012 10:49 AM
BillyShope
Ancient History

If you're interested in ancient history, or, if you're simply interested in how car clubs get started, take a look at RAMCHARGERS HISTORY at my site (bottom of the page on the site). Turn your sound up and listen to the ramblings of an old man as you watch the pictures.
http://www.shopeshop.org/

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