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Texting and driving

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Texting and driving . Wow do as I say not as I do... I hope they pulled the records on this one...

Chassis Engineering, Inc Closing

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From the Chassis Engineering, Inc. web site and Facebook:

"It has been a fun 53 years of Street Rodding, but today we are closing our garage doors, packing up our tools, and preparing for new adventures.
To all our loyal customers, dealers and friends, we would like to say thank you, it has been an honor.
Keep your eyes on the Chassis Engineering Inc. website and Facebook page (link) after Thanksgiving to check out our online SWAP MEET for remaining kits AND some historic treasures found in...

SEMA

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New Firewall Steering Column rubber boot seal ! Finally a solution to a old problem now solved and looks good !!!...

What transmission is it

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What transmission is it. Changing the leaking pan gasket on a 1931 model A. What transmission do you think it is...

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Gear Box Adjustment

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Gear Box Adjustment. Does anyone know how to adjust the slack in this under dash gear box???...

1953 chevy 3100 with s10 frame rear disc brakes

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I can't seem to obtain the correct length ebrake cables to work in my 53 chevy pickup with the on the floor, between the seat ebrake handle. The S10 disc brake rearend uses the clevis type cable. ...

454 with throttle body

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just picked up a nice chevy 454 engine with throttle body and turbo 400 trans
can i just replace intake and add carb. what distributor do i use? hei?...

Numbers on 55 chevy hard top

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Iam building a 55 chevy hard top I noticed some numbers on hinge pillar by the I'D tag stamped in metal DR 16-502 What is this....

Chassis Components

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I have a 32' chassis by Pete & Jakes. It is equipped with urethane bushed rod ends on the hair pins, ladder bars, and panhard bars.
I also have a roadster that is equipped with heim joints on all of the road ends. What is your preference and why? I appreciate any and all opinions....

Forum Post without Photos

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Forum Post without Photos. I add photos to posts that do not have photos. Most of the time I select a photo that relates to the topic at hand. Every once in a while I miss the mark a little just for the fun of it all. If you have a photo that you want posted and are unable to add it to your post please email it to me and I will get the photo or photos on the site. Keep up the good work and post every thing that you are doing. We are the last remaining old timers who are doing anything these days...

Wilwood Brake Recall

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I just received my new Street Rodder yesterday and saw a blurb in it about a recall of certain Wilwood master cyliders with 7/8" bores. I googled it and found this from Wilwood: http://wilwood.com/Pdf/Recalls/RDCONL-17E030-0986.pdf...

A little help needed

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I have what I think is a '76-'78 Mustang II rack for my '37 Ford, but unfortunately the fittings in the rack are not in the same place as the one in my '33. I want to be sure I'm connecting the right hoses to the right place, but can't find a clear answer online and my casting number doesn't seem to match what I have found.

I've attached a number of photos to see if I have this right. I'm assuming the large line out of the bottom of the reservoir is the high pressure suppy line to the GM ty...

This works every time

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A retired older couple return to a Mercedes dealership where the salesman has just sold the car they were interested in to a beautiful blonde in a very revealing outfit.

The old man was visibly upset. He spoke to the salesman sharply. "Young man, I thought you said you would hold that car till we raised the $55,000 asking price," said the older man. "Yet I just heard you closed the deal for $45,000 to the lovely young lady there."

"And if I remember right, you had insisted there was no w...

Best Car Batteries For Your Car

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Car batteries are something we all need every single day of our lives. We now live in a connected age, with electric cars on the horizon. This means that the battery segment is soon to witness a boom. Our experts have compiled every sort of information which you might need to keep in mind. Want to know more information about Car Batteries Please visit my website http://bestcarbatteriez.com/...

tsan350z

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Need any info to upgrade front end suspension for 50 merc without cutting off existing front end
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pictures more pictures

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Is it just me or do some of you other guys and gals have trouble posting pictures. I would post more often on different subjects but when it comes time to ad pics I get confused and delete the whole subject. If you could make it easier i believe you would have more people participate and get more members and subjects. I know it always comes down to send them to willy and he will post them for you. Their has to be a better and easier way. When I post on ebay or craigs list I can post over 20 p...

Why you need insurance on your Classic

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Why you need insurance on your Classic. I just got back from a show in Oklahoma and met a guy who had a very nice 1957 Chevy convertible. The car was super nice except for the smashed front end. The guy hit a deer on his way in during the early morning hours. What a mess. I did not ask if he had insurance. I know I drive my builders from time to time with no insurance but I guess most of us do... Good luck out there. Willie Moore...

100K miles left on this Rotor

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100K miles left on this Rotor. Take a look at this rotor. I have seen bad rotors before but this one has went the distance. I just removed it from a 92 Wrangler. ...

1936 Chevy Primed in Black PPG

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1936 Chevy Primed in Black PPG. Repaired the rear cracks, taped up the old coupe and sprayed it black. Looks much better.. Back in black. Willie Moore...

Exhaust Advice Needed 1

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I have a hole about the size of a quarter in one of the mufflers on my Skyliner. I went to an out of town auction a few weeks ago, in Marietta, and of course the ride home was getting a little louder as I got nearer to home. This car has the exhaust that runs through the x-frame. Waldorn has a nice system, and they have optional muffler tones. Waldron wants $120 to send it to me from Michigan to Ohio, so the system already is kinda pricey, and in my mind, that puts it over the top.

C...

Ok now i'm really got something off the wall

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Ok , I'm off the deep end here and saw this at the swap meet in Charlotte,N.C. at the Goodguys event ! Told my wife she's got to see this car ! She said ok let's go look at it on the way out of the show! So I stop on the way out and she fell in love with it ! So we went home and called the guy and made him a offer ! He deliver's it in my driveway ! So here's the plans Mustang II front end w/small block chevy w/700r or maybe a 200r with a Ford rear end ! Changing front grill to a 53 chevy ...

Please Welcome Our New Vendor Shoebox Central

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Shoebox Central is owned and operated by Chris and Hollie Whittington. We specialize in 49-53 Ford and Mercury parts. We take your needs seriously and are the most knowledgeable parts professionals in the 49-53 Ford and Mercury parts business. We can help you with any new or used part you need and will take the time to answer all of your questions and advise on technical matters free of charge as always. When you call Shoebox Central, you are getting much more than an order taker, you get someon...

1936 Chevy Coupe Body Work

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1936 Chevy Coupe Body Work. The coupe tail [pan was cracked on both sides. I removed the filler at the seam so I could see what the issue was. The seams were poorly welded on both sides. I welded up both sides and also added a piece of square tubing across the rear tail pan of the 36 to remove the flex. Now I am starting to refill with the stranded filler. Should be ready for primer tomorrow. Willie Moore StreetRodding...

New Display

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Been working on my display for S.E.M.A. show and have one done ! Will be in Booth 32298 ! Come see me and say anything !!!...

Exhaust leaks cured

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For years, old faithful '33 had muffler clamp leaks. Mufflers & pipes are Jet Hot coated.
3/8" stainless clamps would not tighten to the max with out breaking.
Found these stepped stainless steel bands on Ebay.
Problem solved !
Jim, 410 535 1933...

What's the secret to removfing these wires

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I'd like to remove some wires from the female side of a 4" GM steering column plug, but can't seem to find the secret. I can get them out of the male side no problem, but haven't been able to find out how to do the female side. This picture isn't the actual plug, but will show the type of plug. Thanks, Bill

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Importing a car from Canada to Texas

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I have someone in Arlington, Texas interested in buying my '79 Mustang 5 liter. A rat chewed up the leather upholstery and the insurance company wrote it off and I bought it back. Unfortunately it now has a salvage title, but has gone through the British Columbia safety inspection. It's a survivor car, in the family since new, just turned 22,000 miles and is completely rust free, original paint, garage kept and drives like a new car. Has anyone imported a car from Canada recently that could ...


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