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  • post 700r4 - 13 November
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  • I got a 1986 camaro. Did a swap from auto to manual but now my firewall where the clutch master cylinder bolts has cracked I'm going to weld it up bu...
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  • I have a 383 that's balanced internally. has forged pistons with a 64cc aluminum 202 heads. pistons are flat tops so its around 11-1 compression. full...
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  • I have a 383 that's balanced internally. has forged pistons with a 64cc aluminum 202 heads. pistons are flat tops so its around 11-1 compression. full...
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  • I'm looking to get a Hotchkis lowering kit for my 1981 Caprice, which advertises a 1.5" drop, which is fine, but I'm also in the middle of building a ...

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As you all know locating any parts for these early GM vehicles is tough, the goal of this forum is to bring the restorers, lowriders, street & rat rodders together. 

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EDNY
December 02, 2016, 10:56:42 AM by EDNY
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Been gathering headlight mounting brackets and noticed that the:

34 Master bracket is approx. 8-1/4" long

33 Master is approx. 11-1/4" long

36 (?) Chevy truck approx. 11" long

Thought for sure the 33 and 34  would be the same...won't know which set will work until I have the 33 Master fenders mounted.  They will be repositioned from the stock location. I'm pretty sure the last set is from a 36 Chevy truck.
Kiwijeff
November 30, 2016, 06:34:19 PM by Kiwijeff
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I got inspired reading about Ghosts Dodge cowl.
After having a wee clean up down my driveway, I wondered what to do with my rusty car junk, and thought, I've got enough stuff to build a car.
I'm not into a full build, got too much going on, but I figured I could weld a heap of rusty crap together, park it on my front lawn, and light it up.
I have a spare battery, so I could wire up headlights, tail lights, and go over the top with Christmas lights.

So here's some pics of the rusty crap.
Details will come, as I nut it out.
ghost28
November 29, 2016, 11:55:16 PM by ghost28
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Here is a u  tube video from a online hot rod site about my son/n/laws car we built in my garage awhile back. hope it comes through.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mSSFKqasOKM 
November 27, 2016, 09:53:34 PM by FrankenCub | Views: 44 | Comments: 1

I need to sell my GMC to get a bigger truck for hauling my firewood. $3500 or may trade for a M35A2 (Deuce and a Half)
Let's start with the bad. I had to drive it a few winters when my 4x4 went down so now there's rust starting. It's still very much worth saving as the patch panels for these are readily available. Tires have good tread but are cracking from age and a tie rod is getting loose. Pics will show everything. The bench seat has been swapped out for buckets from a 1999 Silverado for a better ride.

The good. She has a new, not a reman, but a new GM Goodwrench 350. It's new from oil pan to carb (Q-Jet), clutch to water pump. Headman Headers and Summit Racing knockoffs of Flowmaster mufflers. Has probably under 6000 miles. Running Brad Penn oil for the high zinc content. Still running the point ignition. Runs beautifully. I've been trying to find the receipts for everything but so far I'm coming up empty.
I'll give my cell number if anyone wants to talk about it.

Starting out with an old picture. The flash is making some of the pictures look a bit wonky.

Edit to add: I'm located in Whitney Point, NY








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