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Old 07-19-2012, 09:40 AM
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Recognize this car? What is it, what year was it built and who designed it? Absolutely beautiful!
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Old 07-19-2012, 11:08 AM
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Gosh damn it, it's right on the tip of my tongue...Darn it! I think it is crazy early like 1934 or something.

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Old 07-19-2012, 11:24 AM
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Hot Rod mag did a artical about it a few years back. Some great pics.
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Old 07-20-2012, 08:23 AM
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Ok, I have to go, Phantom Corsair designed (partially) by Mr Heinz if Heinz 57 fame.

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Old 07-21-2012, 08:47 AM
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!That right . A absolutly beautiful machine! Built on a Cord chassis in 1938 it seated six. Four in front ,two in the back.
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In 1965 there is one part of the body structure of a Corvette that is different if it had a big block, a small block, an FI or A/C what is it?

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!That right . A absolutly beautiful machine! Built on a Cord chassis in 1938 it seated six. Four in front ,two in the back.
That sure doesn't look like any other 1938 car! They sure were ahead of their time. I love looking at a car like that and then comparing it with something later when it became more of the norm. I would say 1950 or so with most of it but really,even later, up into the late seventies with the slanted front end and lights! Amazing, they were certainly forward thinkers.

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Old 07-21-2012, 10:42 AM
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In 1965 there is one part of the body structure of a Corvette that is different if it had a big block, a small block, an FI or A/C what is it?

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I'm not sure what your asking. Is one body part different between a bb than a sb? Would that body part be different from the bb and or sb, if it had a/c? Brian just what in the heck are you asking?
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There is a body structure part that you can't see with doors and hood closed. There was a different part number for this part and it looks visibly different from bb to sb to fi to a/c.

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So in each application it is different. So it actually has four different looks.
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Yep you could look at these four different parts and tell what they go to a bb, sb, sb with fi or sb with a/c. I don't think they even had a bb with a/c so I am not sure if there were two for bb, one with a/c one without. I only know of the one for bb.

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I personally don't know the difference with the one for a/c but the others I can easily tell looking at them what they go to.


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