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  2003 Chevy Silverado SS License # RODTOYS 6.0 Vortec Engine Victory Red 22" Wheels Lexani Tires Custom Tonneau Cover Chrome Pipes Rod Reprogle Lebanon, Tennessee
This is 1934 Ford Pickup, channeled 4 inches and top chop 4 inches motor is 350 with 3x2 Edelbrock intake with Patriot aluminum head, 440-hp, tranny is Power-Glide 2 speed, rear-end is Frankland Quick Change, this pick-up build in 2 years just Saturday working, 1500 hrs...
  I bought my Dodge 7 Years ago and I still love working on it. It seems its a project never done, I have won many awards but they are only second to people and new friend you acquire
  This is my 1937 Ford Slantback, 350 engine, 350 trans,8" Ford rear. I've owned and updated the car over the past 4 years, drives Great! 25 years street rodding and no stopping me now.Now looking for a new project Ken and Kathie Przybylski
Attached are photos of my rare 1969 Buick GS Stage 1 Convertible (400ci with 4-speed Muncie ). In 1969 only 77 Stage 1 Convertibles were delivered with a Muncie 4-speed. The GS Club of America believes there are very few of these left on the road. The original Invoice, Protect-O-Plate, and Owners Manual are still with the car.
  We live in Ontario Canada and really enjoy getting Hotrodline. I have sent you some pics of our garage built rod. We have had our 37 Ford Deluxe Tudor for 3 yrs. It was stock restored when I bought it. Currently a 60's style work in progress that we will have on the road next month.
  My 49 Chevy 2 Door Coupe has a 355 Chevy small block, 360 hp, 350-TH trans, 8"Ford rear, 50 grill, 59 Caddy taillights, painted Ford Toreadors red. Alfred Roy
Don't know if you can use this information but, thought you might get a kick out of the story... This is how it goes... I purchased this 1971 Glassic New Years day in northern California...I was told that this car was built in Florida in 1971 by Glassic... (later to be bought out by Shay the pinto powered model A people) on a NEW 2-wheel drive Int. Scout frame...
This is a 25 yr dream come true. It started as an 81 Chevy C-10 pickup, and has been chopped 6in, stands 52 inches from ground to top of roof, channeled 4in, shaved, tubbed, and lowered. The frame is boxed, and a 69 Camaro front end installed, it has a ladder bar setup with coilovers.
Here's my baby, a 1930 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan, acquired two years ago, & powered by 1968 Corvette 355 cubic inch mill, balanced & blueprinted.  Tunnel Ram system sitting on top of an Edelbrock high rise manifold with two 500 CFM Edelbrock 4 barrel carbs & progressive linkage.  '32 Ford parts incorp