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    I do like the way your roof lays down flat with just those straps to hold it . I am going to copying that idea if you don't mind as here in NZ. we can leave for a run in the morning sun and then have rain in the afternoon so a roof always attached to the car will be a blessing. Your car always looks stunning Dana.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiplash23T View Post
    I do like the way your roof lays down flat with just those straps to hold it . I am going to copying that idea if you don't mind as here in NZ. we can leave for a run in the morning sun and then have rain in the afternoon so a roof always attached to the car will be a blessing. Your car always looks stunning Dana.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bat View Post
    Thanks for air cleaner input an I understand the point 100%,but I like the pot's,they do have new filters in side/not screens,I'm not drag racing ,just having fun. Your on the right idea to do, if I was racing it. Motor an carb/carbs later, are level in my rod,but the body is raked. The only time I've ever found any need to not run a motor level is in a custom were I'd need to build a big hump other wise,vs rods I think should not be overly low,they just look like a cartoon if they are too me.
    Replied to this to bring picture forward a few pages so everyone could admire the nice roof design, great job! Only picture didn't get included!
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    Let's try it another way
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    Thanks Steve, I was going to go back and look for a photo of the roof up but you have done it for me. Yes, it does have nice lines and Dana, you have done an absolutely damn nice job on the whole car.
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    Thanks for the com's gang!
    I run with it folded down mostly,I guess after not having any folding top at all,from 1959 to just this last two years,I'm in that top down habbit
    Mark{32 roadster] gave me a photo he took last week of my rod at a meet with a pretty lady trying it out,I liked the angle too.
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    Nice to see you out enjoying it! Keep at it!
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    That is a very cool photo of the car Dana, frame and hang it on the wall.
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    It got great light reflections going on, where it looks like neon light. Definately worth a frame
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana Barlow View Post
    We're at our fav. pizza place last nite,with hotrods,an a few other guys with nice custom classics. My buddy with his T I helped him built is always joking around an he is deadhard Chevy guy,so even though my races car had SBC,I have't be the Ford guy to add to the banter fun back an forth. He's the one that gave me his cracked set of SBC chrome EX headers,that I cut the flange off of an welded a Y Ford EX flange on by just putting a little gap between the center pipes{ all the rest lines up dead on to the Ford { see header in Post #305} . So doing his Chevy man thing last nite,he tell every one standing around just after I trun off my car, Hear that,"A Ford never sounded so good with Chevy headers !"
    My comeback this time was,"Your right they do sound a lot better now then they did on a SBC" Even the other Chevy guys had to LOL a little,I'm out numbered by SBC now days most shows.

    Headers, what a fake out..... pretty slick! I am a big fan of chrome headers, more appealing than the coated. I see you have a chopped rag top, much better looking. I always have thought the T's tops were to tall. You solved that very well, proportionally correct, does not look top heavy.
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    4x2s working good. I did have to replace one float that started to sink,but is good now.https://www.facebook.com/blake.harri...9785326188004/
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    Merry Christmas an happy new year
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    https://www.facebook.com/blake.harri...9785326188004/
    4x2s still working good, At some point,I'd like to save enough to get new over size pistons for rebuild on my Y-block.
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    My buddys an I were running around town,I was leading,so stopped in front of my church,with all three of our hotrods. Just to see if one of them would brake out in flames LOL https://scontent-mia1-1.xx.fbcdn.net...20&oe=595E5B8E
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    That is an amazing photo of your Roadster and have saved it to my photo's on my computer if that is alright. I will delete if you wish Dana.
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