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    oooooh yeah!!!!!! 8)

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    Lively's probably in a corner touchin himself after seeing that! :lol:
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    damn scoot over lively!! those are beautiful!! i love the old gasser style cars. though they wouldnt pass tech they sure do take me back.im gonna build one one of these days. ive gotr a 64 falcon and a few bbfs. sittin in the floor. a few straight axles. im only waitin on my energy!which i have none of anymore.

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    MY mopar LOVING BROTHER SHOWED ME THOSE SITES LAST WEEK--IT MAKES ME WANT MY RANCHERO DONE QUICKER---BUT----MY BODY HEALING UP HAS TO COME FIRST ops: :cry:

    They are some great looking rigs for sure!!! 8) :lol:

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    MUSTA HIT THE BUTTON TWICE ops:

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    I wanta build an old school gasser also. Using a Dodge or Ford van front axle. Nose bleed high in the front and cutout wheel wells in the back .
    Mopar early 50' or midsize 60's .
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    I love the look but i don't know how many of you have ever driven a straight axle car. When i first put my blown chevy sm/blk together in my 1956 T'bird in 1964 i put a straight axle in it. In those days there was only 10.5 wide slicks. That thing would skate all over the track. No weight transfer. The next yr i built a VW link pin torsion front end under the car and it ran 140's and straight as an arrow and would pull the front end about a foot on every launch.
    But again i love the look.

    Zip.

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    Oh Yeah, those were a total handful with a high pucker rate. It was 'the' technology of the day though.

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    and what degree did you set that axle up at zip. i put one in a 57 chevy yrs ago and it ran straight and true and didnt shake.just didnt stop so good NO BRAKES!!lol


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