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Fabcraft Metalworks now sells the long-awaited Trophy Track Special limited-slip differential for the `57-64 Olds/Pont rear end. This was the rear end of choice for all rodders and racers throughout the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s.
20.09.2017 · From CSMRay
The last time we left off I was showing how I installed the battery in the trunk. I missed putting in the part of running the battery cables from the engine compartment back to the trunk.
20.09.2017 · From CSMRay
Jumping around again, this time to the trunk. NHRA Rulebook states that when battery is relocated in trunk in lieu of rear firewall, battery may be located in a sealed .024-inch-steel, .032-inch-aluminum, or NHRA-accepted poly box and must be vented outside of body.
20.09.2017 · From CSMRay
Surprise, – We’re back working and getting ahead on “The Godfather”!
20.09.2017 · From CSMRay
I’m coming along fine with “The Godfather”… I did notice I left out some pics on the front motor mounts. I think I was letting the paint dry and put the motor back in for the trans crossover.
20.09.2017 · From CSMRay
“Who would want a plastic replica engine when you can get the real thing?” The many advantages of lightweight replicas are known to street rod and race car fabricators, performance retailers, and even major auto manufacturers.
20.09.2017 · From CSMRay
To keep the build articles in the correct order we’ll backtrack a little and show you how we were able to get the floor panel repairs accomplished with ease. Back in the late 60’s when I first built this gasser, no concern was given to the size “Hole” cut in the floorboard for the trans shifter.
15.03.2017 · From CSMRay
Almost 40 years after I first purchased the `57, I finally took the body off the frame. I didn’t start out to do a frame-off restoration many years ago; all I wanted at that time was to build a “Race” car.
15.03.2017 · From CSMRay