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Marc; you're doing nice work, good to see that 292 with rams horn manifolds!
At least that pickup hauling your cab is in the family.
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Are you going to replace the GM cab with the ford cab??? Just kidding! Looks like a real nice parts chaser!
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57 3600 chevy, will pull 700r4 and put in newer heavier tranny to match up with 400 hp 350 motor already in, then move gas tank out of cab and redo interior and paint. Thats way down the list after the 59 ford done. not in budget yet
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I actually have a gm/grumman aluminum stepvan I use for hauling cabinets. I keep it hidden from view down in this part of the back 40 we call 'the hole'.........Looks like a decent rig for a ****!
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