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comp1839

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    pottstown, pa.
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    dave smith

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  1. BANTAM FUEL ALTERED - New pics 12-5

    time to PUMP UP THE VOLUME!!! looks fantastic Tim! when ever you're free, i'm here.
  2. BANTAM FUEL ALTERED - New pics 12-5

    tim, ...................amazing!
  3. Show Your T's

  4. here's an article on my car

    very cool dave. you must have a blast driving her around.
  5. BANTAM FUEL ALTERED - New pics 12-5

    i'll bet you can't wipe the smile off your face, as you start to assemble this. last 3 shots are incredible!!!!
  6. here's an article on my car

    good looking ride, dave. care to give us some particulars?
  7. here's an article on my car

    thank you guys. i appreciate it. it was a blast building parts and putting this together and the past 350 miles have been the best miles i've ever spent in a car. i'll see if i can't find or make a video that gives you the right sound. tom, i like the "olds" valve covers too. they are for the DRCE heads. just not the newer version that is on the car. the bottom half had to be removed and hand fabricated because the valve angles had been rolled over to the extent, the exhaust valves literally hung out the bottom of the cover. it's kind of the fun thing about this engine, you just don't go buy stuff off the shelf. you have to fabricate alot of it. i think they add alot of "character " to the engine bay. thanks again for the great responses! if you have any questions, don't be afraid to ask.
  8. here's an article on my car

    i'm very happy to say, this is an article about my street rod. took 5 years for me to complete it, as far as it is, in the article. there are a few upgrades in the works including, painting it all one shade of satin black, an engine upgrade to 730 cubic inches and EFI. just go to one of the links provided. same article is on both sites. i hope you enjoy it. https://www.dragzine.com/features/pro-mod-to-pro-street-dave-shermans-wild-1937-chevy/ https://www.rodauthority.com/features/pro-mod-to-pro-street-dave-shermans-wild-1937-chevy/ you certainly may voice your opinion. just remember it is my car and i built for me to enjoy.
  9. BANTAM FUEL ALTERED - New pics 12-5

    the plumbing looks gorgeous Tim!!! gonna be something really special when you're done.
  10. Pro mod chassis help

    hey mark, will you be posting some shots of your mustang as you go?
  11. chris and john, now there's a match made in drag heaven! the cars look FANTASTIC together. great job fellas!!!!!!
  12. BANTAM FUEL ALTERED - New pics 12-5

    tim, is the m&h racemaster logo on the tire a transfer, decal or painted? it is incredibly clean. quick change looks awesome!!!!!!!!!
  13. BANTAM FUEL ALTERED - New pics 12-5

    tim, there seems to be alot of people on this board who want to believe they can talk the talk........but you, can walk the walk! AWESOME BUDDY!!!!!
  14. Pro mod chassis help

    so....... to show the extreme diversity in "outlaw 10.5" the rules i found here are the PSCA rules. these rules allow a full tube chassis instead of a "backhalf" car and the fire wall can be move to facilitate moving the engine placement. the PSCA rules: CHASSIS / SUSPENSION: Any chassis and suspension combination that passes NHRA safety standards is allowed. FIREWALL: Moving stock firewall rearward for engine installation permitted. Each car in competition must be equipped with a minimum of .024-inch steel or .032-inch aluminum firewall, extending from side to side of the body and from the top of the engine compartments upper seal (hood, cowl, or deck) to the bottom of the floor and / or belly pan. like i said, IF you are going to build to that level of detail......do your homework. sanctioning bodies, geographic location, who sponsors the race, blah, blah, blah,... can all affect the rules and policies.