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  1. Hotrodding Basics
    My father in law gave my wife his '66 C10, he has the original in line 6cyl I will put back in it after we rebuild it. I'm cleaning up the crate 350 he bought and put in the 80's, he thinks it was 87 when he bought it new, or 89. Can anyone tell me what these markings mean on the driver rear...
  2. Hotrodding Basics
    Evening guys, greenhorn here. I have a project 1969 corvette with a small block 350 in it. Engine was in the car when I bought it. This detail will become relevant later. I'm running 461 heads, 2.02/ 1.60 valves. The ports in the heads appear to be unmodified but slag free, but I'll admit it...
  3. Hotrodding Basics
    Hi, I recently acquired a new OLD truck (1986 Chevy K10) with a custom engine that i don't know a lot about. Currently I'm trying to figure out what this vacuum line is doing (see pic attached). any help is appreciated! thanks
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    Hi Guys New member here but I have lurked for a maybe a few years checking out what other guys had going on and just checking out the cool cars and engines. I originally got into donks and 26 inch rims but after seeing real bad *** cars being built I've found myself wanting to build a...
  5. Hotrodding Basics
    I recently acquired a 1936 Chevrolet Master deluxe 2-door sedan humpback street-rod. I had to have the engine rebuilt, bad rod/crank. Anyway, the machine shop sent the car back to me with the original hoses on it which are leaking and I can not get them tight enough not to leak. I want to...
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