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Updated on May 05, 2012
I'm going to go full fendered with dropped headlight bar, stock headlights, and even bumpers. I would like it painted black with old school rubber 7.50 x 16 rears with 5.50 x 16 fronts, black steelies with chrome caps. I want it to look like it just drove out of 1954.As for the flathead....The car started to be a car I was going to sell and I put all the stuff guys were throwing away back in the 80's.... I sold the billet 31 sedan to get into a house and just kept on working on the 29. I had an old engine from a 36 ford pickup I had lucked out to be a 59A block had a father and son in Phoenix build it for me. Here is a list of what was done:main cap strengthners`(sp)new rods and pistons, NOS partsIsky Jr camadjustable tapitsfenton headsfenton intakeHarmon Colins duel coil distributoretc...Beieve it or not this engine was done 20 years ago and has just been sitting there.I even sold the car once and bought it back. When I got it back my friend had blown the car all apart and spent another $10,000. The photos you see there were taken after I had my neighbor put some patch panels into it and I had just set the body back on the frame to show my wife that I do have a car and not just a bunch of boxes. I haven't done much to it I really didn't like how the patch panels have gone in. I might have to redo it to get it right etc...I sometimes think about putting together a 29 roadster on 32 rails and move all the traditional parts over on to the new ride. I have my eyes on a 57 chevy fuel injection engine...
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nice quick change!!!
cool exthouse ...
Dan; The old 29 is looking good.
going to look good when done ck.me out
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