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Old 08-05-2007, 10:43 PM
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So this is what they do in maine!

found this cool rat rod, all jaguar parts, converted to 2 650 cfm carbs






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i like the engine, ive always wanted to use one in a project just cause its unusual, saw one in the paper once in the car running, complete car $4000. called, immeadatly to buy it and it was gone when i got the. guy told me it was gone an hour after the add came out. looks like hes got some fred flintstone action going on inside!!
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Old 08-06-2007, 10:09 AM
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yeah i know, he started it right up and did some doughnuts with it, with a milk crate. sounded good, i really like the shifter with the old acetaline torch
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The winter nights are long ...... and cold in Maine (from 2+ long years of working there building a couple of power plants) and you have 2 other choices for your free time during that time of year, and drinking a lot of beer is the second one.

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