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  1. 1946 Chevrolet Delivery Truck

    Hotrodding Basics
    Hello, Recently we discovered a 1946 Chevrolet Delivery Truck from the Fleckenstein Brewery. It was located in Faribault Minnesota from 1856-1964. We are hoping to get this truck restored to what it looked like back then. My question for the experts out there. 1. How much would it cost to...
  2. radir wheels?

    Suspension - Brakes - Steering
    I have these 2 piece wheels I got off an older gent. He said he had them for 40 years. The inner part is aluminum and the outer ring is steel. Does anyone know what these are and if they are worth anything? I have all 4.
  3. Water injection for carburetors

    Engine
    can somebody post a picture of their system like this ? im slightly confused on the pick up lines. i have a gallon jug with 2 hoses sticking out of it, one with a air stone and the other is waiting to go in a vacuum line ???? i just dont understand where the pick up line goes, i do believe the...
  4. Question for guys from 50s and 60s re: appearence

    Hotrodding Basics
    Chrome Reverse Dish rims. I saw a 1970 Impala the other day with CRDs, no caps - just the small 'dust cap' on the front, and no cap on the rears (to show off the moser M) I know how they're made and several old timers here (who have sadly left the party too soon) Said these rims were a royal...
  5. Introduction - first project

    Introduce Yourself
    Hi, New to the world of Hotrodding. Based in southern Australia my current project is a 1927 Chev, still working out what to do but prefer the old school look. Although I have rebuilt several cars, this will be my first rod. Already addicted, I bought one car as a project and while...
  6. The Throwback Corner

    Hotrodders' Lounge
    So, I happened to be flipping through a recent issue of "Cars" magazine (June 1966) and ran across something I thought might interest some of the forum members. (See image below). The issue also covers John Smysers 850 ci, 2400 horsepower, 2-engine Toronado, a preview of what was once known as...
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