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  • 21-06-2017, 22:29
    mygasser
    so i haven't forgotten this, only today i bought a 4/71 gmc blower for the little 287 gmc (pontiac) motor. that should liven it up and look cool too. with the 5 speed it should be a lot of fun
  • 13-03-2017, 10:22
    HotRod Rogan
    [QUOTE=mygasser;4114041]
    Quote Originally Posted by HotRod Rogan View Post
    Hang on.... does this mean mine is 'normal' 'A' sedan?


    on the other hand, what would it be like with a jacked beam front end? [/QUOTE
    Normal rod stance mate
    Nice to meet you at the weekend
    She ain't that low is she? Was great to meet you too, lookin forward to seeing how this build turns out!
  • 10-03-2017, 07:41
    mygasser
    [QUOTE=HotRod Rogan;4113769]Hang on.... does this mean mine is 'normal' 'A' sedan?


    on the other hand, what would it be like with a jacked beam front end? [/QUOTE
    Normal rod stance mate
    Nice to meet you at the weekend
  • 09-03-2017, 21:27
    HotRod Rogan
    Quote Originally Posted by mygasser View Post
    good decision to keep it. i looked at it myself but had no money at the time. we'd make a right pair at shows amongst all the 'normal' 'A's and 'B's out there
    Hang on.... does this mean mine is 'normal' 'A' sedan?


    on the other hand, what would it be like with a jacked beam front end?
  • 09-03-2017, 20:18
    mygasser
    Quote Originally Posted by Lemon View Post
    Nice! It was me that had it up for sale, decided against it in the end, too far into it now to let go! Looking forward to seeing how you go about stuff on this.
    good decision to keep it. i looked at it myself but had no money at the time. we'd make a right pair at shows amongst all the 'normal' 'A's and 'B's out there
  • 09-03-2017, 20:16
    mygasser
    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Davies View Post
    Wasn't there a class for that sort of car pre gasser era? Street roadster or something like that?

    If I had a 32 tudor then I'd be looking at the Eastwood and Barakat sedan....
    not sure on old race classes. just googled pics of that car, i like 'em full fendered myself.
  • 08-03-2017, 20:48
    Neil Davies
    Wasn't there a class for that sort of car pre gasser era? Street roadster or something like that?

    If I had a 32 tudor then I'd be looking at the Eastwood and Barakat sedan....
  • 07-03-2017, 22:18
    Lemon
    Nice! It was me that had it up for sale, decided against it in the end, too far into it now to let go! Looking forward to seeing how you go about stuff on this.
  • 07-03-2017, 20:35
    steve1275
    Very nice Neil
  • 07-03-2017, 18:48
    mygasser
    this sort of look but the same colour 'flake as my anglia and with signwriting (and yes i know this is a vicky)
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