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    My 57 is now in the paint shop. Iíve been collecting all the trim to fit it prior to paint and then polishing it, replacing fuzzies, powder coating small parts etc. Next Iíll be getting all the electrical stuff together so I can get it wired up and insulated when I get it back in April. I hope to drive it late this year but if it doesnít happen itís ok. Iím not going to rush it.09915023-182E-4BCA-B310-3C5A3E180FD2.jpeg

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadMooks View Post
    Working on a hidden hinge mod for the 56 nomad. Although it works as is I’m not happy with a few things. Prolly being too picky. Gonna see if I can move the pin location to fix it. No time to work on it , too much madmooks
    slick! can I exchange the hinges i bought?

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    Motor in my 55

    Got The motor sitting in the mocked up front end sitting on the frame

    Not much room
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    Sid, how many cubic inches is that bad boy? You going with carbs or EFI? If going with carbs, I recommend getting a custom pair of blower carbs from Quick Fuel Technologies. They built me a pair of blower Dominators for my 528" blown Hemi, and they were fantastic.
    Dave, from the old neighborhood in Jersey!

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    Sid that is a wonderful site

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    That’s really cool Sid
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    Wow, that's a monster Sid!
    56 Nomad, Ramjet 502, Viper 6-speed T56, C4 Corvette front and rear suspension

    You can see my 56 Nomad build here http://www.picturetrail.com/chevynut

    For affordable C4 Corvette Suspension conversions for your car, visit http://www.classicedgedesigns.com

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    How far forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitchin'57 View Post
    Sid, how many cubic inches is that bad boy? You going with carbs or EFI? If going with carbs, I recommend getting a custom pair of blower carbs from Quick Fuel Technologies. They built me a pair of blower Dominators for my 528" blown Hemi, and they were fantastic.
    489 CI , 10-71 Blower , Brodix Heads
    Dual Quick Fuel 850CFM E85 Carbs converted by Mark Sullens Carburetors

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    1955 2 DR Post
    1937 Chevy Coupe
    2019 Ford Suoer Duty F350
    2018 Ford Explorer
    1955 Chevy Nomad
    1934 Plymouth PE Coupe

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    Quote Originally Posted by 567chevys View Post
    489 CI , 10-71 Blower , Brodix Heads
    Dual Quick Fuel 850CFM E85 Carbs converted by Mark Sullens Carburetors

    Sid
    That E85 will do a great job keeping the blower cool! Enjoy the 1,000+ HP! Don't worry about spinning that blower 1:1 or overdriving it on the street.
    Last edited by Bitchin'57; 01-11-2019 at 12:11 PM.
    Dave, from the old neighborhood in Jersey!

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