We start this time with this awesome red ’57 sent to us by Ricky Gragg.
Ricky writes… “Kugel Komponets suspension, Art Morrison frame, ZZ350 motor with L460 transmission, Budnik custom wheels and steering wheel”.
Check it out.
Next we have this one from Glen M. Smith. This is a really nice ’56, Glen. Thanks for sharing.
Glen writes… “I bought this car when I was 18 in 1968 for $50. No engine or transmission. I had a 56 210 with an over bored 283 to 4 inch with a Moon Eliminator FT-6 cam; they called it a 3/4 race cam. Camelback 194 heads, 3 two barrel carbs on an aluminum manifold. Weber pressure plate and clutch, 11 in. steel flywheel. A cast iron T-10 4 speed transmission an 4-11 posi rear end. Yes it was fast, no small block ever beat it! It now has a new version of the same engine with a forged steel crankshaft fueiie 202 heads an old Offenhauser 360 high rise with a 650 Holley double pumper, a Mallory electronic distributor, A M21 Muncie 4speed and 3:70 posi rear end. The new engine pulls just as strong as the first one. The paint is a Metallic Gold in the front and Metallic Ginger Ale on the back. It’s still a quick ride”.
We will round out the group this time with a beauty from Skip Tubbs.
Have a look.
Skip Writes… ‘I found the Blue Mule sitting (for 23 years) in a backyard in 1992, purchased for $1600.00. Restored in 1995/96/97. 1992 GM Quasar Blue Metallic/Ghost Flames – Interior done in all leather – 360 cubes (.060 over 350) 12.5 comp forged pistons – Eagle crank/H beam rods – .641 solid roller Comp Cam – Patriot heads 2.08/1.60/ – 225 cc intake/64 cc – Weiand street tunnel ram/450 Holleys – twin NOS Sniper plates – MSD ignition – T400/Hurst 1/4 Stick/Reverse manual shift/4800 converter – 12 bolt/456 all Strange components. Still enjoy cruising the old girl when I can”.
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