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Bo Huff

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A friend of mine has a 50 Merc and were trying to figure out if Bo Huff built it and when. I know that Bo died but his son JR might know. Anyone with his phone number so we can see if he knows anything. /Users/ronstrand/Pictures/Photos Library.photoslibrary/resources/proxies/derivatives/2b/00/2b88/UNADJUSTEDNONRAW_thumb_2b88.jpg...

New to the site

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So... any thoughts or suggestions to get me on the right track would be greatly appreciated....

GM 10 Bolt Busted

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GM 10 Bolt Busted Have you ever had a carrier crack in half? Check this out GM 10 bolt busted carrier. Willie Moore

1936 Chevy Coupe Doors

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I am working on the doors on my 36 Chevy coupe. I believe the 36 is an early 36 with wood frames. The wood has been removed and replaced with steel tubing. The issue is that the door stick out at the bottom. Some of the old Chevys had turn buckles on the doors that pulled the bottoms in for a better fit. Any ideas on correcting this issue?


Houston Cars and Hot Rods

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Houston Cars and Hot Rods Beware of any cars or hot rods coming out of the Houston Texas area. There were over 3000 homes flooded in the next town over. Some of the flooded cars are already making it back onto the market. ...

Vintage air Supporting Vendor Texas Proud

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San Antonio, Texas (April, 2017) — Vintage Air, the inventors of performance air conditioning for everything from trucks to modern supercars, is excited to announce its new Gen IV SureFit air conditioning and heating system for the 1968-1983 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40. This new Gen IV SureFit kit will allow owners of the vintage Land Cruisers to easily bolt-in a modern climate control system with fully electronic controls without any major modifications to their vehicle.

The Toyota Land Cruiser...

Great Texas Flood

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Great Texas Flood It finally came and what a mess. Here is a photo of my place on Sunday Morning.. Many folks are way worse off than I am at this time. Hopefully the water will crest in the near future....

Just wondering

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Are you guys OK down there in Texas?
Harvey looks bad..............

2017 Frog Follies

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The weather is looking great or this years Frog Follies. E'ville Iron and NSFA welcomes all pre 48 car owners to show and shine at
the Vanderburg 4 H Center Aug 25-27. (NSFA is the National Street Frog Association) Windshield stickers are available this year, only at the event though....

Who is going to Louisville

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im going on wednesday.
gray/silver 4 door silverado in swap meet
same space
anybody else??...

Can I shorten this cable

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I'm using a GM factory floor shift in my '37 for my 700R4 and would like to either shorten this cable (doesn't look possible) or have one made a specific length. Any ideas? Thanks, Bill...

New Firewall rubber boot seal

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Universal fit for cars. trucks ,hotrods,muscle cars Firewall column rubber boot seal and will be available for all column sizes with one part number very soon ! Also will have a optional insert shown in the pictures high polished plus coming up a insert with fins to match valve covers !...

Positive Battery Cable from the Trunk

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I want to ask a question about battery cables.

I hate to admit it, but I have been running on the previous owners welding wire setup to provide the POSITIVE 12V to my starter and electrical system. (Battery is in the trunk, and no I'm not relying on the high carbon frame for grounding.) I'm rounding up some parts for some off-season maintenance projects I want to do to my car, and I thought I'd just run over to Jegs with a list. (I live in Columbus, OH - they had another store in Cols, but ...

Frog Follies Possible Traffic Issue

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FYI, One of my club members found this road work announcement that was supposed to start yesterday in Evansville. It could effect those rodders using Rt. 41 coming/going from the south or using I-69 and exiting north on 41.

Downs windows

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If anyone knows let me know.

Visit Our Supporting Vendor American AutoWire

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Visit Our Supporting Vendor American Auto Wire American Autowire manufactures the industry’s best OEM restoration, modified restoration, and universal wiring systems. Our American-made products make wiring easy!

Whether you are working on a totally stock restoration, a resto-mod where you are adding aftermarket power accessories, or a completely custom street rod…American Autowire has a solution for your vehicle!

We offer a wide variety of accessories to help you with your project like fac...

Edelbrock 347 crate motor

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I'm getting rid of my mustang project (cars not worth anything) however I have a edelbrock crate 347 I've never even took out of the crate, still even have the edelbrock brake in oil.

This is the link to the motor

I have a crate transmission (still in the box with the flywheel, I'll ad a link to that as well if anyone is interested) and a rebuilt 9" with a Yukon posi...

Battery,solienod,starter Problem

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Supposed fully charged Optima yellow battery, Sometimes it starts the car other times I turn the key and NOTHING except volt meter and gauges read O volts .--Auto Meter electronic gauges
??Weak solenoid,bad battery,or bad starter??
350 crate engine in a 40 Ford Coupe battery in Trunk.

Carburetor Riser

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If your intake has the two long oval holes, can/should you use a 4 hole riser or the matching riser? The four hole matches the carb obviously but they make both so.....



New Wheels 1937 Chevy Coupe

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New Wheels 1937 Chevy Coupe. The vintiques are great wheels but the old school look just does not work for me. So I bought a set of used torques. What do you think???...

Bay Bridge opens

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This is the first crossing!
Note the Ferrys still running....

Thanks to a fellow street rodder

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I'd like to thank Verne Rambaud for sending me 2 of the '37 Ford windshield joint covers tthat I was getting desperate for I still haven't been able to find anyone who reproduces them, so was getting desperate, when Verne offered to send me his spare clip. Not only did he send me two of them free, but wouldn't even take a reimbursement for postage! Thanks again Verne. Just shows how helpful some of the members on here can be....

Hot Rod business must be pretty slow

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Hot Rod business must be pretty slow. My old buddy Richard Rawlings is now selling pants. Looks like a multiple income situation. ...

Ground Strap

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If I'm running a ground strap from the engine to the frame, does it need to be substantial like 0/1? I know I've heard that running from a bell housing bolt to the frame is good. Ring in here guys! Thanks!...

Can someone tell me what this is for

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At the point of my pen there is a stud that moves back and forth when you push down on the lock button on the shifter. What did it used to do? I don't think I need it, but would like to know what it's original function was.  Probably should have said this is a GM shifter for a 700 R4.


AC Delco Spark Plug Question

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I removed the spark plugs on my 1937 Chevy coupe.

AC Delco Spark Plug Question . Have any of your rodders ever used these spark plugs? The AC Delco #1. I have an old socket for removing spark plugs that I have been using for years. The spark plug is too long and the socket is too short once the ratchet is inserted. As you can tell by the photos the AC Delco #1 spark plug is longer than a traditional R45 Spark plug. I have never seen that before how about you?? Willie Moore...

Training my Nephew Matt

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Training my Nephew
Training my Nephew . Teaching him how to change the pads and rotors on his Mustang. Spent a couple of hours walking him through the process. Saved a few hundred bucks by doing it him self....

Please Visit Our Vendor Flaming River

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Please visit flaming river and thank them for being a lone standing supporter of They have a lot of great parts and are always ready to help with your build.

Interior Work 1966 Corvette

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Interior Work 1966 Corvette Rusty's corvette adding new carpet and some other small interior updates. Work being done a Mikes upholstery in Alvin Texas. A small shop with one hard working man taking care of all the business....

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