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Old 12-01-2005, 11:58 AM
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Didn't we do this already?
Oh well

Daily Driver
85' Corvette
Stock L98 5.7 TPI
stock 700r4

Not so daily driver
86' chevy c10
Th-350 with B&M shift kit that was modified by a local tranny shop to help with the 2-3 shift.
Doesn't have an engine in it currently but heres the old one
SBC 350
Clevite 77 cam, .510 lift .344 duratation
10.4 compresion
1.6 scorpion roller rockers
edelbrock RPM airgap manifold
edelbrock 750 carb with manuel choke
Headers with 3in collectors going into dual 3in system with Flowmaster delta 40's
3200 b&m stall converter
Then Ive redone the interior some, and right now saving up money to buy or build new engine.


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Old 12-02-2005, 07:50 AM
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'32 Ford Pickup and '32 Ford Roadster. (details in journal)

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Old 12-02-2005, 09:40 AM
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my ride

1957 chevy bel air coupe looks orginal
350 motor
350 turbo transmisson
new old stock interior
electronic ignition
performer intake
670 holley carb
300 heads with some valve work
vintage air
power steering and power disc brakes
all new under carriage including supension
lots of other goodies. in paint shop now, will be for 5- months,
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91 mustang LX.2.3 slow, cold a/c 30 mpg 10 holes.....600 bucks
toy 1
69 f100 302 (soon to be injected 351/aod)
toy # 2
46 ford pickup under reconstruction, balanced roller 306/aod 9 inch w/3.55's
a/c. tilt, blah,blah,blah
toy # 3
two seat, tamdem axle barstool, 11hp Briggs, polished head, balanced motor,wheelie bars (needs 'em )
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Old 12-02-2005, 02:05 PM
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46 Fleetline. LOL! There's nothing like dingle berries for decorating the tree. At least you know where you left them.


Hey guys, those are some nice looking canaries. (the word for camaro's around here)
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Old 12-02-2005, 05:51 PM
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'32 Ford Pickup and '32 Ford Roadster. (details in journal)


Is that the shoestring rat???

damn that thing looks better then i thought it would.
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Is that the shoestring rat???
damn that thing looks better then i thought it would.
Yup, that's the rat. All $4,500 worth.
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Old 12-02-2005, 10:17 PM
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my rode is a 1978 grand prix with a 30 over 400bb with roller rockers elderbrock intake 750 holley carb. msd 6al ignition 3500 stahl converter pete jackson gear drive 3rd stage b&m shift with reverse manual valve body 373 gears and weld wheels.
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Old 12-02-2005, 11:03 PM
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My 2002 Ranger XLT is my daily driver if my old lady isn't using it, if she is, I use my 72 Dodge Dart. My other rides is a 66 Mercury Comet and a 73 Mustang which are both currently broke down.
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Old 12-03-2005, 11:59 AM
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100% pure street car

1990 chevy sprint
3 cylinders of fury
lawn edging body kit
silver spoiler
spray painted interior
coffee can exhaust tip
too big foglights
stereo worth 6 times more than I paid for the car
I'm serious

1959 Zephyr
all original, being restored

1980-82 thunderbirds
all original, turning street sleeper... someday
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Old 12-03-2005, 05:32 PM
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1955 Chevy pick-up with a flat bed.
455 Olds/turbo 400

And of course, my project sports a mighty 194 horse 6-popper
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Old 12-05-2005, 10:18 AM
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'38 Dodge Brothers. You can see it's specs in my journal

Will be working on a '40 Chev Coupe full custom this winter, and a '70 Chevelle waiting in line.
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Daily driver..

'97 Chevy Silverado 2wd, 5.7 Vortec (screen delete), 4L60E

Wife has a '96 Buick Regal.

Also in the works include one '78 Monte Carlo with a 305 and one '84 Silverado plowtruck. Would somebody just make me an offer on it?? Please?


For the pics, see my journal and my album. Except the Monte and the wife's car.


In a while, Chet.
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Daily driver duties are handled by a '94 Chevy Z-71, 3" lift, K&N, cheap air tube mod, and a nifty CD player

past projects have included, '87 Ranger (302, Tremec T-5), and my '83 K5 Blazer (350, Isky cam, all of the good stuff inside, Heddman longtubes, Edelbrock 600 cfm, true duals, on a couple inches of lift and 33x 12.50's
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Old 12-06-2005, 04:56 PM
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1937 chevy 2 door sedan,350 4 bolt,mustang front w/chevy disc,9"ford rear w/chevy disc,tri-4 link w/coil over shocks,griffin alum.4 core radiator,Ididit column,and a truck load of extra parts that I don't need.
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