|10-12-2012 10:22 AM|
Yup! It's got a 302 and c4. My 'Bucket of Bolts' project.
Here's a better pic.
And I'm not just an old Ford geezer.
Here's a pic of 2 of my former trucks. Both sold a couple years ago.
Red 67 GMC and old green 65 C10.
|10-12-2012 10:11 AM|
[COLOR=#000000]You have a cool looking “T”[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#000000]A true traditional Hot-Rod[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#000000]From your pick-up I wonder if you will put[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#000000]A Ford Engine in it? [/COLOR]
[COLOR=#000000]My daughter and her husband are Ford people.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#000000]My son is all Oldsmobile.[/COLOR]
|10-12-2012 08:44 AM|
|10-12-2012 08:30 AM|
Well I got A picture of my Hot Rod For you to see.
I will be posting requests for help and advice as I make this car mine.
Thanks for your interest Henry
|10-12-2012 07:46 AM|
THere's a nice P15 for sale out here too. Good lookin' carz.
Here's how to post pics.
|10-11-2012 09:50 PM|
I will try to post a JPG of my '48 Plymouth I guess I am hookrd on P15,s.
This one has a 350 gen-1 Chevy small block, my son & I just finished installing a step 1 trans depot 200R-4.
I found this one in Illinois in driveable shape with the smallblock and TH350; so old Mr. Mopar is being pulled around by a Chevy engine.
Sorry I am too new to post a JPG I will as soon as I learn.
|10-10-2012 08:03 PM|
What you buildin' now?
You got any pics!!
|10-10-2012 07:14 PM|
My user name is hankason
I started fooling with cars in the late forties.
I had the head milled on a 1941 dodge coupe, with fluid drive. I was going to use it as a field car because I was too young to drive on road.
The thing looked so good and ran well after I installed the head and a set of points Dad sold it and found me a junker for a field car. Oh! well.
I guess getting the head milled at B&M speedshop (long ago closed) near Rochester NY set me on the road to hot-roding.