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  1. gowser
    06-23-2018 04:31 PM - permalink
    gowser
    Hey sorry not to get back sooner I was trying to track down the previous owner of the truck about the COLD EXHAUST. Its a 327 out of a 1968 Chevy and he said all was stock inside. Now it has a 600 cfm Edelbrock carb, 1-5/8" Headman shorty headers. The timing is 14 at idle and 46 at 2200 rpm. Hope that is what you where asking me in your post. Thanks GOWSER
  2. RWENUTS
    01-11-2018 08:24 AM - permalink
    RWENUTS
    My first ride in a high per car was a 64 impala SS. A 409 dual quad 4 speed 4.56 gear monster. I remember the howl and the tire smoke all the way thru 3rd gear! A dark blue car.
    You need to start a thread in the general hotrodding section. Lots of guys to help.
    Dan
  3. beckefeld
    01-11-2018 07:35 AM - permalink
    beckefeld
    i have 3 cars i was at the right place at the right time i also have a 1975 cordoba.
  4. beckefeld
    01-11-2018 07:34 AM - permalink
    beckefeld
    i had a 1965 ragtop too. my very first car was a 1964 chevy ragtop impala ss .327 automatic bought here in chicago in 1970 for 250 bucks!!! blue with white ragtop.aqua blue interior buckets .best damn car sweet sounding 327. miss that 64 to this day.
  5. beckefeld
    01-10-2018 06:58 PM - permalink
    beckefeld
    i see your right in the baby boomers like me im 65! nice chatting with you what do you own? any projects? gary
  6. beckefeld
    01-10-2018 06:55 PM - permalink
    beckefeld
    hey my first ride in a new chevy was my brothers in 1965 he had a 409 three on the tree he ordered brand new !!! black with red interior i loved that fastback!! i got a pic of it stored in my drawer. yes mine is a 1966 chevy. gary
  7. 1957International
    03-16-2017 06:35 PM - permalink
    1957International
    Looking for brackets or a kit for GM disc brakes for a 1957 International s 120 .I've been told that the early ford 3/4 ton trucks use the same bolt pattern on the brake backing plate .Any ideas
  8. 1957International
    03-16-2017 06:30 PM - permalink
    1957International
    Hello, Looking for brackets or a kit for GM disc brake set up that will work on a 57 international s 120 . I've been told that early ford 3/4 ton are the same brake backing plate bolt pattern .Any suggestions
  9. 69FBVert
    02-19-2014 03:39 PM - permalink
    69FBVert
    Thanks for that advice, but I am already needing to figure out how to lower my engine since it already hits the hood. What I am thinking is to put a couple 45 degree fitting to raise the fuel lines. 69FBVert

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