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04-08-2007 07:07 AM
dawg lol thks but new paint and sidepipes is a must!
04-07-2007 09:20 PM
1957plymouthhemi Well, the "current" roject is to get my 64 Ford to the point where it will move under it's own power (need to get a radiator ordered in the next week or 2). There are some of in in my journal.

After I can get that out of the shop the 76 Dodge "True Spirit" (factory 440) will come in to get built as my old shop truck is on it's last legs.

Once those are out of the way the 37 Dodge truck comes back into the shop (it's trhu mock up and needs to taken apart and go though the paint and body thing.

I got a little burned out on the last one I put together and have been slacking a bit.

The last project is shown here.........
04-07-2007 07:57 PM
Originally Posted by dawg
bought last october havnt started working on it yet.
not much to do it runs and looks nice
Man, the only thing you need to do to that Vette is never get rid of it and smile everytime you drive it.
04-07-2007 07:12 PM
armysniper Upon arrival:

After a little bit of work:

I actually fired the motor up for the first time today. First crank too!
04-07-2007 04:47 PM
dawg bought last october havnt started working on it yet.
not much to do it runs and looks nice
04-07-2007 04:25 PM
pickler91 this is the benz that i got from my uncle, also have a 72 super beetle that i have yet to get a picture because the batteries are DEAD
04-07-2007 12:01 PM

My project:
04-07-2007 08:39 AM
Bryan59EC Well---this is mine---done about a year now
Time to start on the 66 Elky and the father/son 64 Chev short/wide
04-07-2007 01:06 AM
'66 Chevy Nova

04-06-2007 09:57 PM
dickl Its in the shop now geting the front hinges removed, using 41 DeSota hinges, I did most of the build but can't do body work but I got a good buddy that does.
04-06-2007 08:35 AM
cboy Here's what I'm building at the moment. Just finished the rolling chassis this week. 2x3 tube frame, F-150 twin I-Beam front suspension with traverse mounted quarter elliptical springs front and rear (cut down from F-150 semi-elliptical rear springs). Dana 44 rear, 302 Ford with 3 speed tranny.

Hopefully the body fabrication will begin next week. I'm going for a sedan/delivery style but downsized from stock. Also, rear axle moved outboard. Here's a sketch of what I'm shooting for.

04-05-2007 08:43 PM
Originally Posted by Irelands child
TCI Chrome & Stainless IFS Chassis
Brookville '30-'31 body
5.0L SBF carburator crate motor
TCI C4 trans / '57 9" with 3.25 gears
eyc, etc, etc, etc

Very nice Dave, you doing it right
04-03-2007 07:49 PM
Sixguns 3 years into this build,Hope to paint this summer and roll out in spring.
04-03-2007 11:18 AM
Irelands child TCI Chrome & Stainless IFS Chassis
Brookville '30-'31 body
5.0L SBF carburator crate motor
TCI C4 trans / '57 9" with 3.25 gears
eyc, etc, etc, etc

04-02-2007 09:32 PM
39deluxe I've been slacking off some and need to get started again. I got the engine in over the winter and finally got the Holley back from my carb guy. I discovered that I need to get the exhaust run before I mount the fuel filter and bend up the hard lines. It's easier to get the fuel lines out of the way than the pipes.

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