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Discussion in 'Mechanic and Repair' started by piston slapper, Oct 26, 2012.
Suuuweeet Normmie !!!
Less bling makes more of a sleeper.......
With that much go, Do you have enough whoa with manual brakes ?
You dont miss much.
The under pinnings of this car have been gone through front ends been replaced , aftermarket disc brakes, springs .HD manual master cyl (higher pressure) etc etc she whoas ok
Also rear has strange axles with c-clip eliminators /long lugs with fresh lg drums.
New steel gas tank with a sump welded in and #8 fuel line.
Bottom half new car, top half old clunker.
Wouldn't call it a sleeper sounds like a hot dedicated track car she ain't subtle.Borderline obnoxious almost. I can only handle the noise in small doses.I think I'm getten older .Man if you were closer I'd take you for a spin and blow your hair back!!!!!
Nice ride Normie...
Get some earplugs...and shake some walls...
Bet you neighbors love you on carburetion day.....
Ha! Being a ex auto tech and now car show judge I see things others may not.....
Clunker ? Naaa..... Kool ole car !
I can't get enough of a healthy sounding rumbler heading down the road, I don't play the stereo in my truck..... The sound of that 502 is all the music I need, And this ole geezer still has hair long enough to be blown back !
Thanks for sharing Normmie.....
Thanks for the kind words there fellas ^^^^^
Got a couple more tools here......
The bottom one I know as a movers jack from back when I worked for a rigger. The others I would hazard a guess as some kind of home made tire removal tool, it looks like what I use to take a tire off a rim, close ?
I would guess a fifth wheel lock hook.
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The first one looks like a split rim locking ring removal tool.
I'm gonna agree with Richard. A prybar for removing the ring on budd rims..
The other one looks like a Simplex railroad jack...I have a 20 ton from when I worked on forklifts..