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08-26-2012 05:15 PM My Last Hot Rod
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08-26-2012 05:10 PM My Last Hot Rod
All bolted in plus did other stuff. i added sheet metal to the grill shell to accommodate the hood. Plus i scrounged up an electric radiator fan it tested okay. I needed to cut it down to 18X18 inches to work with my radiator. I did all that and painted it. running out of materials ill probably do other stuff.


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08-24-2012 01:45 PM My Last Hot Rod
Watching paint dry again after fabricating radiator brackets. When all dries Ill bolt her in where it will stay. Then I can build around it and finish up the top side hood area, however far my sheet steel will take me.


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08-23-2012 12:32 PM My Last Hot Rod
Well I am out of electrical connectors and other things needed to splice all this up. So I went to another area of the car, I donít have the cash to spend now for electrical stuff. I scrounged up a 4 core Mercedes radiator I used in a HP 289 years ago to keep it cool. I have 2 other radiators one a 302 and the Merkur radiator, but they are to wide to fit my chassis. This Mercedes fit after cutting 1.5 inches of uni body lip from the frame horns up front. I have it placed where it must go now. The outlets are on the right sides anyway. I will see if I have some steel to make some brackets to mount this radiator. Big savings for me radiators in the salvage yard are over $100.00. This has changed some of my plans I wanted to mount some batteries in some of this area. But spacing out the radiator took away quite a bit of room Ill have to re-work my plans I guess. got some snaps


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08-21-2012 02:02 PM My Last Hot Rod
I was going to use the old Merkur fuse panel but it was not built for my application all the main feeds to the panel were relay operated and no main buss bar for hooking up the fuses hot side.


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