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Words: Roger A. Jetter Photos: Roger Jetter and Dan Jetter
Here is my 1973 Nova Hatchback that I have owned for 11 years. Last year I had a major medical issues (perforated colon) that put me off of work for 2 months during the summer. As I was laying in bed adjusting to life with a colostomy bag, I was feeling sorry for myself.
I want to show you what I have been working on for the past 5 years. First my 1970 Nova (Cloned) SS and recently finished its older brother, a 1935 Chevy Std. Coupe. Both have a 350 bored out .030 thousands making it a great 355. Rebuilt both engines and drive trains. Both pushing out 375 horsepower. Paint on the 1970 Nova is only 2 years old and never seen rain.
Check out Ralph Williams' 1950 Plymouth 350 ZZ4 Fatman Mustang II. From Ralph: 
This is Bronco Bob's 1940 Ford. It has a 350 Chevy motor and transmission, air conditioning, satellite radio and power everything.  It cruises at 75 mph all day! It also has wide white radials and fender skirts.
This is our rat trike. It features a 1963 194 chevy 6 cylinder with matching air cooled powerglide. The rear axle is from a mid 70's Jaguar. Everyone asks why we built it with a 6 cylinder and not a v8 but we wanted to be different. The front end is a single sider of my own design. Radiator is in the rear and the gas tank is a beer keg.
Check out Dan McCurdy's two little babies: a 1930 Ford Tudor and a 1988 Chevy Pickup
Mike Ivanitski just sent in photos of his 1933 Plymouth PD Coupe that he purchased from the grandson of the original owner! The coupe has 30,000 original miles and was purchased new in 1933 by a young lady named Pearl.
Check out Ted Fuchs' 1940 Chevrolet Cabriolet which he bought via Hot Rod Hotline's Classifieds Section! 

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