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    Quote Originally Posted by TrifiveRichard View Post
    Nice work on making it all fit together. Itís amazing some times how much time it takes to get things to fit together as they should!
    Thanks Richard
    Always something to make it more of a challenge!!

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    Nice work..

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    I spy with my eye....a rack and pinion steering on the front of that old car... What'd that come out of?
    1957 Nomad- LS1/T56 on C4 chassis
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    It's for certain NOT a '39 Ford part...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WagonCrazy View Post
    I spy with my eye....a rack and pinion steering on the front of that old car... What'd that come out of?
    Good eye guys!
    It's a mustang II steering rack and cross member which I had installed twenty plus years ago just after we bought the 39. I got that much done before running out of time money and ambition after our son was born. He will be 26 tomorrow.
    Brian

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    So that partly explains the rapid great work, Brian!! You're making up for lost time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BamaNomad View Post
    So that partly explains the rapid great work, Brian!! You're making up for lost time...
    Yep, Hard to believe it has almost been over 2 years since I started working on this again, 1st post on the project on here was March of 2020 but I think I had started to work on it in October of 2019. If wasn't for all those other projects around the house I'd be farther along (last week I had our front load washing machine apart to replace the drum bearings for a 2nd time. those things sure don't last long).

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    My dad always said the older we get the faster the time flies by.

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    Your Dad was right!

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    I could change the Clutch & Pressure plate in my Camaro on ramps in HS with basic tools faster than I now with a lift and cordless and air tool and all the other fancy tools I have at my disposal. I believe that a Muncie 4 speed has gained about 50 pounds too.

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