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  • 01-09-2013, 09:20
    Quote Originally Posted by fad15 View Post
  • 01-09-2013, 09:13
    Quote Originally Posted by rooster View Post
    being fitted out with Hilbourn 8 stack
  • 01-09-2013, 08:58
    As yet no car has ever been produced that I did not like the hard top version better, my 32?, yup its got a roof!.
    Plumpcars, I remember you replied to my post a long while back when I was pondering tri carbing it. Well as I wright this the car is in Phill Perrys "Hot rod & Classic Enginering" being fitted out with Hilbourn 8 stack EFI, Im also changing to stainless steel outside shotgun headers, the headers have to be modified as they are primerilly designed to be used on T buckets, but worth it as they got that 60's street rod look that I love.
    Inspiration for my Duece is "American Graffiti", "Hotwheels" & the 60's era of rodding.

  • 31-08-2013, 22:02
    Right number of windows, wrong year. That's an A on 32'ish rails. Or it could be if Mr A Dobe and his mate Pho Tho Chop weren't involved.
  • 31-08-2013, 16:45
    I've posted this before, but I'm a DEFINITE 5w fan

  • 31-08-2013, 14:41
  • 30-08-2013, 21:13
    Chopped and full fendered 32 for me.
  • 30-08-2013, 20:14
    Mines unchopped but I fancy getting the hacksaw out now del
  • 26-04-2009, 06:44
    lovin those 32,s
  • 26-04-2009, 00:11
    There was a stock height 5 window with a great rake courtesy of a wedge cut chassis in a feature in Rodders Digest many years ago. Awesome car that really sticks in my mind.
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