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under the hood

August 9th, 2017 by admin

In the 70s, the car was fitted with a genuine 1970 NASCAR 426ci Hemi by its previous owner, who at the time worked for Ray Nichels – former head of Chrysler’s NASCAR program.

While the engine’s original intake is no longer fitted, it retains the genuine X-Code Chrysler Racing block and heads, and now runs a single 1050cfm Holley carb and direct-port nitrous system.

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under the hood

Original owner still has it, still says he will get to fixing it up someday. Sure you will, just make sure when you die it’s not going to the county because you didn’t include it in a will.

July 4th, 2017 by admin

if you don’t immediately know what this is, well, the hood scoop alone is enough to tell you the engine is a 440 six pack. The sides of the car? They are enough to tell you it’s a Plymouth Road Runner. That makes this a 1969 A12 optioned car. Rare, and worth about 80 thou restored, and about 50 thou as is. Maybe more if the buyer wants the garage dust and original unrestored patina.

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Original owner still has it, still says he will get to fixing it up someday. Sure you will, just make sure when you die it’s not going to the county because you didn’t include it in a will.

57-58 Chevy Accessory Flame Out Vacuum Ash Tray

May 21st, 2016 by admin

The cannister jar was connected to engine vaccuum in the engine bay, and the lower right gadget was near the ashtray… it sucked the ashes off your cigarette when you pushed a button.

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57-58 Chevy Accessory Flame Out Vacuum Ash Tray

tank engine flathead V8 still in the crate since WW2, never been used

August 13th, 2015 by admin

What you are looking at is a Cadillac flathead that was built in 1944, 346ci and makes about 150hp. run to make sure it was OK and then crated up to be shipped over to the war front. It never made it there and the engine sits as it was, perfectly preserved and ready to be used for whatever a modern hot rodder wants it for.

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cool, simple, inexpensive, and the only chopper I’ve ever seen or heard of with a 2CV engine

May 20th, 2015 by admin

with a 3000 Euro budget, 1800 hours of work, it won 1st place at the custom bike show in Valencia

below is the engine before it was cleaned and chromed

Made by the Derbidson crew in Spain

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Stolen Camaro is recovered. It died near an exit ramp in Oklahoma, and while getting a trailer, it disappeared

May 12th, 2015 by admin

It’s now recovered.

The thieves only went about 10 miles from where they snatched it, tried grinding the paint off, and then got it stuck in the muddy dirt roads. Then stripped the good stuff out of the engine bay. Not the engine, but they probably damaged that while spinning the tires in the mud.

Dorn put 300 miles of dirt roads behind him searching for it, and 55 hours later, did find it

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Don Prudhomme is now tackling the restoration of the top fuel Super Snake, and can still count on Ed Pink and Don Long to do their magic on the engine and body. A trifecta of originals

December 20th, 2014 by admin

image from my post of classic dragstrip funny cars and top fuelers of the golden age:

ebay has an unusual Daytona listed right now (if really as written up) it has 480 miles, MSO, and is the 9th production Daytona

August 12th, 2014 by admin

And the guy wants a half a million dollars for it. But doesn’t have good photos, or a list of the engine/trans/gears. Not worth it.

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ebay has an unusual Daytona listed right now (if really as written up) it has 480 miles, MSO, and is the 9th production Daytona

I just found a site where you can read the entire issues of some of the latest magazines. No sign up, no registration

November 2nd, 2013 by admin

above, Trucking Magazine

1925 Stutz Weymann bodied, one of two 695 Convertible Roadster, with the rarely seen Balloon Bumpers, and a hell of a big running board mounted searchlight

May 2nd, 2013 by admin

the engine cowling is painted metal, and the firewall area is material covered

The gator skin is here and there and everywhere throughout

not the only beautiful wood spoked steering wheel you’ll see today

the search light and this fire extinguisher cause me to think that this car was used by a fire chief

I say you got your money’s worth from this gallery

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1925 Stutz Weymann bodied, one of two 695 Convertible Roadster, with the rarely seen Balloon Bumpers, and a hell of a big running board mounted searchlight