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Username Post: Let's see your rides        (Topic#293389)
Tony 
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Tony
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Loc: Orange County CA.
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02-12-13 11:56 AM - Post#2316087    

Please share your rides with the rest of the folks .



 


58nomad 
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Loc: western N C
Reg: 03-11-03
02-12-13 11:28 PM - Post#2316286    
    In response to Tony

My 40 sedan again



It's a work-in-progress. It has been for 30+ years.
Mustang II ifs ,1954 235 engine,1969 Camaro three speed trans, and 10 bolt rear with 3.08:1 gears. It ain't much , but it's good enough considering who it's for.
After the pics were taken I fixed the sagging tailpipe, installed the running boards, and put a tag on it.

1940 two door sedan


Edited by 58nomad on 02-12-13 11:32 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
Panama Red 
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Loc: Jenison, Michigan
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02-14-13 06:15 PM - Post#2316890    
    In response to 58nomad

Here's some pics of my 41. These were taken last year and I'm making some changes before spring arrives. The engine is a 53 235 block +.030", 848 head, Comp Cams solid lifter cam, Fenton headers w/dual exhaust, Clifford polished intake w/390 cfm Holley 4bbl, Pertronix ignition, Dolphin gauges, T5 trans w/Hurst shifter, 57 Chevy rear w/3.36 gears, Chassis Engineering MII front suspension, Ididit steering column and American/Ansen Sprint slotted aluminum 15 x 7 wheels w/P215-75R15 tires.







Jon Hansen

My '41 Chevy blog

Blog #2


 
bowtiefan 
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bowtiefan
Loc: Vacaville, CA
Reg: 02-19-04
02-15-13 08:50 AM - Post#2317053    
    In response to Tony

Here's my pride, my '39 sedan. 350/350, Mustang II, Nova rear, 3.36 gears, A/C, PS, PW. Cadillac buckets, leather interior. Love this car, and I drive it whenever I get a chance.


Here's my '41 that I'll probably sell. 327/350, Camaro front clip and rear end. Right now it needs interior and I'm going to paint it as I've found some problems since this picture was taken.


And finaly my '38. I was originally going to street rod this, but then I found my '39 already done, so now I will eventually restore this back to stock. It's a complete running original car, including the original engine, just needs to be restored.


Ken

36, 38 & 39 2dr sedan, 41 coupe, 54 convertible, 56 Nomad, 57 210 2dr sdn, 70 Camaro RS, Corvettes; 57, 61, 65 396 coupe, 67 427 convert, 72 T-top, 88 coupe,91 ZR-1, 07 Z06, 16 Z06, 07 Silverado, 09 BMW 135i vert.


 
Panama Red 
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07-03-13 02:31 PM - Post#2360621    
    In response to Panama Red

Had to post this pic just because I love it! Took this a couple weeks ago at a park near Lowell, Mi. The repainted front fenders & hood and detailing of all the chrome and ss was sure worth the time and money.

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Jon Hansen

My '41 Chevy blog

Blog #2


 
Kurt_1940 
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Reg: 07-21-13
07-21-13 03:06 PM - Post#2365370    
    In response to Tony

Let me try this again, First post so I hope I am doing this correctly. Here are some images of my 1940 Chevy Business Coupe that I have had for about a year. She is pretty much as I bought her and is fairly stock.with the addition of a 1953 235 Blue Flame engine. She still has the original three on the tree, torque tube and rear end. She drives like a 73 year old car with the original suspension that I need to do something about. I am on the fence as to just rebuild it with new parts or but a new front clip under her but something has to be done as she is a handful driving down the road.

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Panama Red 
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03-30-14 03:33 PM - Post#2440446    
    In response to historynw

Just brought a new one home. It's not metal but it's still a Chevy. 1934 Downs Vicky body. Black cherry with beige leather interior. Some features are a little dated but I have plans to update. 350 ZZ4 crate engine for power.



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Jon Hansen

My '41 Chevy blog

Blog #2


 
wagonmaster 
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Age: 71
Loc: Loganville, Ga.
Reg: 04-28-00
08-16-14 04:58 AM - Post#2477197    
    In response to 2blu52

My LQ4 6.0/4L80E powered '39 sedan.

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Hey T @!


In Memory of Mike McVeigh- The "Mad Spring Wacker" He roams the Forums of CT forever in our hearts and minds!

http://www.picturetrail.com/wagonmaster55

Joe


 
NeonLeon 
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Loc: God's Country
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10-16-14 10:14 AM - Post#2491383    
    In response to Tony







That is my 37 Slant Back. I've been told she is rare because there is no trunk. I am restoring her to stock.



I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you ...


 
bajones238 
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Loc: South Carolina
Reg: 06-19-11
01-23-15 03:37 PM - Post#2517404    
    In response to Keith_Knox

32 Confederate Coach project.





Chassis is done and running; we still need some wood pieces for the body, then paint and an interior. I am guessing we have another year of work before we are done (our goal is to have the car ready for the Spring 2016 VCCA Area 9 meet in Charleston, SC).

1953 3104 1/2 Ton Truck
1965 Impala SS 327/M20
1965 Chevelle SS 327/M20
VCCA #47487
AACA #446449
ALPCA #12906


 
Sabino73 
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02-20-15 08:14 AM - Post#2524820    
    In response to Tony

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sloper 
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Loc: Australia
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03-19-16 09:56 PM - Post#2616478    
    In response to Keith_Knox

Aussie 1940 Sloper



Circa 1974


regards Bruce

A Garage Full of Toys,
57 Chev 210 Wagon,
1940 Chev Sloper Coupe,
HDT Brock Grp3,
HG Holden Premier, l fix it l pay for it therefore l own it.
LJ GTR Torana
Couger, yes l am dumb enough to build a plane.


Edited by sloper on 03-19-16 09:59 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
Keith_Knox 
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03-20-16 09:09 AM - Post#2616539    
    In response to sloper

That is different. Good looking tho. Were these only made in Australia?

29-41, 42-48, 49-54 Moderator
1948 Chevy Fleetmaster Coupe Purchased 6/2010. Stock with rebuilt 52 216 installed May 1966.
1946 Chevy 1/2 ton pickup, stock. Purchased 11/18/17.
2019 Ford Ranger Lariat Super Crew


 
brewsterg6 
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Loc: Bolton Ontario, Canada
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03-20-16 08:16 PM - Post#2616647    
    In response to Keith_Knox

Chassis and front clip built in Canada, then shipped to Australia where they were bodied by Holden. Beautiful car!

1951 2dr Sedan... In the family since new!
1950 Convertible


Edited by brewsterg6 on 03-20-16 08:17 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
sloper 
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Loc: Australia
Reg: 02-24-05
03-21-16 02:57 AM - Post#2616677    
    In response to brewsterg6

Every thing back from the firewall is Australian, except running boards and rear guards.

Built on a sedan floor pan.

regards Bruce

A Garage Full of Toys,
57 Chev 210 Wagon,
1940 Chev Sloper Coupe,
HDT Brock Grp3,
HG Holden Premier, l fix it l pay for it therefore l own it.
LJ GTR Torana
Couger, yes l am dumb enough to build a plane.


 
37 GB Coupe 
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Age: 64
Loc: West Virginia
Reg: 05-28-16
05-28-16 09:30 AM - Post#2630877    
    In response to sloper

Here's a couple of pics of my 37 coupe

[image]http://i465.photobucket.com/albums/rr15/37GBCoupe /our%20coupe_zpsel7trlod.jpg?1464452092015&146 4452092498[/image]



 
Keith_Knox 
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05-28-16 08:16 PM - Post#2630961    
    In response to 37 GB Coupe

Good looking 37.

29-41, 42-48, 49-54 Moderator
1948 Chevy Fleetmaster Coupe Purchased 6/2010. Stock with rebuilt 52 216 installed May 1966.
1946 Chevy 1/2 ton pickup, stock. Purchased 11/18/17.
2019 Ford Ranger Lariat Super Crew


 
38sled 
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Age: 75
Loc: Eastern Calif desert
Reg: 09-08-16
09-08-16 11:37 AM - Post#2650172    
    In response to Tony

I don't see any easy way to post photos of my car,I have been on Ford Barn for years and its very easy there..sc



 
Keith_Knox 
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Loc: Napa, Ca USA
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09-08-16 08:25 PM - Post#2650273    
    In response to 38sled

Posting pictures.
https://www.chevytalk.org/fusionbb/showtopic.php?ti... by Tony, from a hosting site
Also if you become a supporting member you can post direct from your computer..


29-41, 42-48, 49-54 Moderator
1948 Chevy Fleetmaster Coupe Purchased 6/2010. Stock with rebuilt 52 216 installed May 1966.
1946 Chevy 1/2 ton pickup, stock. Purchased 11/18/17.
2019 Ford Ranger Lariat Super Crew


 
lovette 
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10-30-16 06:42 PM - Post#2659178    
    In response to Keith_Knox





 
wagonmaster 
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Loc: Loganville, Ga.
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12-16-16 05:16 PM - Post#2666410    
    In response to lovette



Hey T @!


In Memory of Mike McVeigh- The "Mad Spring Wacker" He roams the Forums of CT forever in our hearts and minds!

http://www.picturetrail.com/wagonmaster55

Joe


 
mcyphert 
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05-21-17 11:20 AM - Post#2692111    
    In response to Tony

Here is my dad and his '41 two door sedan. It runs a 350/700R4, a 10 bolt posi and a 1st gen. Camaro front end. It's a nice runner. We make the 4 hour trip to the Goodguys show in Columbus, OH in style.

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Mike

1964 Impala 2 door hardtop
2006 HHR
2017 Malibu
2017 Silverado double cab


 
pauldian 
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05-22-17 07:19 AM - Post#2692256    
    In response to mcyphert

NEXT





 
ZZ Nomad 
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Loc: Chicagoland
Reg: 03-19-07
04-24-18 04:23 PM - Post#2732074    
    In response to Tony

My '32 Chevy Cabriolet street rod. 355 TPI engine with a 700R4 transmission and a rumble seat.







John

ZZ502/502 Nomad

1956 Chevy Nomad
1956 Chevy 3100 Pickup
1932 Chevy Cabriolet


 
HYPR 
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11-26-18 10:57 AM - Post#2752420    
    In response to sloper

I know this is an old post but that Sloper is one cool body style. I have never seen or heard of one. I would love to own one here in the states. I think it would make a cool Rod.
Bob

http://www.cardomain.com/ride/222599
To be born a Redneck is by chance, to live as one is by choice!
Preserving the Redneck tradition one day at a time!


 
1971BB427 
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Loc: Portland,Or
Reg: 12-06-09
05-09-19 05:29 PM - Post#2766054    
    In response to Tony

Mine isn't much to share yet! I bought my '39 Coupe a month ago, and been buying parts and pieces ever since.
As you can see it's a rolling project, needing almost everything! But it did come with a lot of spare parts, including two complete frontends, running boards, most of the glass, hood ornament, steering column and steering wheel. And a bunch of small bits, including the original 1939 radio!



I will be swapping in a 1959 Chevy pickup dropped axle with disc brake kit. Also a SBC 350 with 700R4 AOD. The rear axle is a 9" Ford with open differential, and 3.08 gears. It's coming out as I have a complete 8.8" Ford with 3.73 limited slip differential.
The car needs all new floors and rockers, which I already purchased. So once I get going I'll replace the bad sheet metal first, and then do the front suspension, rear axle, and swap in the new engine/trans.


1969 Suburban 2wd 350
1939 Chevy passenger coupe
1937 Austin gasser 327/TH350


 


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