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07-27-2015 01:13 PM
JGK95 Providing motivation to our fellow builders.

07-18-2015 01:09 PM
lwriddell Badazhemi, I would love to get your ideas for the steering drop that you used on your Streetbeast! Any information and /or pics? Les
07-17-2015 04:48 PM
ffas23 Thanks I do too.
07-17-2015 02:59 PM
Rodnit I see the change now......
07-17-2015 11:45 AM
ffas23 All taken care of but I don't see any changes as of yet on top. Thanks Rodnit. I guess I will include it here too. This one is from 11 years ago with the Bacardi Rum Girls.




07-17-2015 06:56 AM
Rodnit ffas23 - Go to this thread and post whatever pic you want to change your last photo.....

http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/pic-...ic-209133.html
07-16-2015 02:32 PM
ffas23 He has that information for at least 2 weeks now as I gave it to him by way of a copy of that section from my Manual.


****Can a Moderator delete the above "Last Photo" shown. I am growing tired of that copy of a page from my Classic Motor Carriages Manuel. Its been up for years.**** I went through my Profile Info on this forum and didn't see anywhere where I could delete it.
07-16-2015 02:17 PM
JGK95 I've been so busy that I haven't been able to help him. He needs to know how far to set the motor back on the frame. I have a SBC and I've been working 10+ hour days. Somebody please help him out with the measurements.

Thanks,

Jay K.
07-14-2015 04:56 PM
ffas23 Answering my own post. I see that Audbrey or REDGUY62 a forum member here now already found this forum I believe before he found me. He is the one I was talking about looking for Street Beast/Classic Motor Carriages parts. Haven't been here in awhile. Glad I went back a few pages on this forum.
07-14-2015 10:50 AM
ffas23
34 Street Beasts/Classic Motor Carriages

Ran into a fellow online who purchased a '34 Classic Motor Carriages Vert. Kit from someone who couldn't build the car same as Street Beast. Not knowing any better he purchased it out of state sight unseen and is missing plenty of the parts needed to build the car. I ended up meeting him through a Craigslist Ad where I had a few items for sale left over from my build back during the 90's that I didn't use. As of right now he is looking for a set of door mounting posts for both sides. I know this section is not for selling parts but just wanted to get the word out here that I know of someone that is in need of parts for his build.
06-16-2015 06:33 AM
Too Many Projects
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I hear Stillwater is nice this time of year.......
No bear but LOTS of domestic deer...
06-16-2015 06:25 AM
Rodnit
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Maybe you should consider moving closer to civilization....
I hear Stillwater is nice this time of year.......
06-15-2015 08:12 PM
Too Many Projects
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Between slammin' the brakes to miss a bear yesterday. Saw another bear today. And slammed on the brakes for a deer tonite. There could be a high probability of hitting a critter.......
Maybe you should consider moving closer to civilization....
06-15-2015 07:56 PM
Rodnit
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And yes, Troy, I would bet that if any of these suffered significant damage, they would be totaled and any of the good parts remaining would be worth a fair amount to repair others.
Between slammin' the brakes to miss a bear yesterday. Saw another bear today. And slammed on the brakes for a deer tonite. There could be a high probability of hitting a critter.......
06-15-2015 05:19 PM
Too Many Projects
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But, he's not actually too far into it to install a different body either.
The body hasn't undergone any mounting work yet. A steel Brookeville body sure would look nice.
Dang, I was hoping no one had thought of that...
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