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Victory Lane
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Like this alot!! Cheers


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Posts: 4788 | Location: Chillicothe Ohio | Registered: 05 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Tom,
I know where a 396/325 bare block and heads are. There out of a 68 elcamino. One cylinder was resleaved.
If your interested let me know and I will go over monday and get all the info.
Good luck on your project. The memories alone will be worth every minute you spend on the car.
 
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Oh thanks for the offer but the driveline has been secured.. updates soon Wink


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Make shure he gets a "fro" and a pick too! Smiler
 
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GOOD FOR YOU!!!! Great experience for father & son both! And maybe he can use it for a Science Fair project to boot...
 
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Yea. the science of how the Line Loc keeps pressure to the front brakes only and the heat & Pressure aspect of smoldering rubber roll


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That will be a cool project! Two years will roll by so quickly,though. Better work on it every available minute. But I guess it is already almost halfway done.... you guys only have to put it back together!!! yea Wishing you lots of enjoyable time together on this project! racer Hmmmm,traction bars,big shackles,and L60's on the back. Right on!! Andy V.
 
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The part that I forgot about Hot Rodding is that its free expression.. We are changing our minds daily about things: example.. 4500 plus for stock rebuild of the 400 I had.. reality struck and Jegs had a sale the day before Christmas and gave this crate motor away for $1207.00.. no freight, no crate no bull.. 1207 on the charge card not a penny more. Thanks you Nafta, thank you Mexico I guess roll


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Posts: 13401 | Location: Arlington Mass | Registered: 01 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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A little elf has been hooking me up with vintage speed parts like crazy.. more on him later but for now: check out this shifter.. like new and now I don't need to repair the butchered hole in the trans tunnel... Roll Eyes oh joy

PS. clutch with fixings and new flywheel.. all from NAPA.. who knew confused

Muncie M20 11" clutch


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True 67 QL rear getting the full rebuild and posi chuck... 3:73's this time around


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14 years old. grinding the welds free on the Rotisserie so we can remove the subframe.. whadda kid Big Grin


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subframe out.. roto shortened and a dozen drill and punch holes welded back up.. The poor firewall looked like a shotgun target...

Yes you see bad ass ladder bars on the floor ... that little elf again yea


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Is the kid getting psyched up yet? Big Grin
 
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Its different these days T with all the instant gratification.. The answer is YES but I think it'll really pop for him when the car actually starts to look like a car.. 4 wheels would help racer


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That's the same Engine I bought for the 37.

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