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hey everyone, posting for the first time!  been looking but not posting.  current project is a a 1965 chevelle 300 2 door wagon v8 pg car plain jane going with updated brakes suspension sbc with a 200r4.  goal is a long range cruiser.  also in the shop is a 1936 ford 5w coupe streetrod project somewhat stalled at the front sheetmetal alignment stage.  so greetings all and looking forward to looking and listening.  Rod



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Welcome from St. Catharines. That 2 door wagon is a rare piece nowadays, will make a nice cruiser. Keep going with the 36.

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You sure know how to pick them. 65s are my favourite year and wagons are my passion. After the model A, it doesn't get any better then the 36 coupe. Welcome aboard. Maybe a few pictures.

Warren

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Hi Rod . Welcome from another Falls rodder.

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Welcome to the board....we like pictures.

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Welcome from Fort Erie!

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Thanks for the welcome guys, i have lots of pictures, some on photobucket, others on the computer. With the photobucket situation and not being able to transfer to a third site i will see what happens. Is there instructions how to post to this site? Also i assume any new posts should be on the specific pages? if i want to post the 36 pics on the project builds? Thanks Rod


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Go to the reply page and at the bottom it says Attach Images......You can use that to upload from your computer



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Welcome from Norwood.

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40 Ford sedan.JPGSo here I will try and attach some pictures of a couple of projects, completed, driven and passed on to the next caretaker  This is my old chopped 40 coach, original South Carolina car, sbc, air pw,MII about 23 body mods, drove the snot out of that car, never put the back seat in until I sold it.  It was always loaded for a road trip, Louisville twice, MB SC at least 9 times allover eastern US and Southern Ontario.  Really enjoyed that car but "C'est la vie"  Won numerous awards even had the Gene Winfield signature of approval on the dash!.  Next I will try the 66 F100.  Thanks for looking.



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IMG_0647.JPGso that worked lets try another one  This is the 66 f100 352 4 bbl 3 on the tree with factory overdrive worked like a charm.  I bought this on a whim during a vacation in MB SC, we were down there on a fishing/golfing trip and i passed by this for 2 weeks, it kept whispering to me along the way for 2 weeks finally i bit and stopped and bought it , paid the deposit, flew down with a  friend and drove it back in 3 days!  I want to buy another vehicle and drive it back just for the experience, lots of pictures on that trip.  this one at  90 mph was turning about 3500 rpm kept pulling without the o/d , the exit was coming so i let off.  The o/d  puts it at about 2250 at 80 mph.  On the way to Syracuse right coast national ran at  85 mph about 2500 rpm, that truck just wanted to run.  It had  djm dropped suspension put in by the po, i put he disc brakes on it  and did a frame off, a number of  changes..  i would have probably kept that truck it was almost perfect.  The boss lady had a problem pushing the clutch and driving me when i was the passenger.  have lots of left over parts on that truck.  It has a new owner in the Hamilton area.  Thanks for looking i will try the 36 pictures in another post and then the 65 good talking at you.  Rod



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Welcome from Waterdown. Those look to be some cool vehicles, can't wait to see the wagon when it's done.



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Welcome from Courtice

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Welcome from Vineland

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