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Have been reading the post for a long time now, but decided to jump in and see what else i can learn. Seems to be a lot of great info here.I own a 48 chevy fleetline, a 41 chrysler royal, and a 1917 model T.
 

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You have a lot for potential toys. Imagine your 48 Fleetline with a 292 I-6, Fenton cast headers, a reworked intak with a big Rochester 2 bbl. some mild porting and about 9.5:1 compression. Make a real sleeper, and a V-8 beater.

Is there a Hemi in the house for the 41 Chrysler?

That T would scoot real good, even with a Pinto engine in it.
 

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Have a 250 with 3 speed and S10 rear in the 48 chevy, also front disc brakes. Hope to have it done by 2006. The 41 chrysler is all original, and gets driven all the time. The T is also original, it is an Express Wagon, and took me 10 months to finish.Will try to post some pics soon.
 
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