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    Redsled

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ID:	8777 This is Redsled

    Just so yu will get a glance at her. This picture was taken at the warhawkairmusium in Nampa Idaho. One of my Favorite pictures of her. More to come Bob
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    I can drink Gasoline and Piss on a Bush Fire Rebels-59's Avatar
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    Great Photo of Redsled Bobby,

    It deserves Enlargement, Just wrap [img][/img] to the URL


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    Thanks Clive I will get this figured out here in a few, Who says they can't teach an old dog new tricks.

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    Post as much as you can Bob.
    I'm never tired seeing that beauty...

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    Thank You very much, You will be seeing a lot of her, I have been the top poster on the CCC for several years LOL

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    from Germany, Bob! We already know each other! Have fun here!

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    Nice wheels mate!!! What are they? Are those spinners real?
    Captain Keep-On-Thread strikes again!!!

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    Yes we do Andy Glad you are here, I am having fun already fine group of people:)

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    Billy the wheels are off from a 78 Dodge Diplomat or Magnum, With several hours of Polishing , I have 8 of them , I have my Dot tires I used for Racikng and My regular street rear tires on a pair. The basket or center piece is held on by a little bracket and bolted onto the wheel and I fabricated a piece to go in the center and the spinners have a stud and bolt onto the adapter. I will take pictures and show yu how it is done. I have used those wheels for abut 25 years or so. I had them on a 55 Dodge lancer 2drhdtp Custom I sold about close to 20 years ago.:) When I sold it I told the guy I had to keep the wheeels :)

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    Berry nice, Bob! She's a beauty!
    Pete
    "Stick with me, kid, and you'll have horse turds as big as diamonds."

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    Quote Originally Posted by SavoyPlaza View Post
    Berry nice, Bob! She's a beauty!
    Pete
    Thanks Pete I appreciate it :)

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    You're welcome!

    I must ask, is it personal choice to have wings on the rear bumper but not the front?
    Either way, she's a beast!
    Pete
    "Stick with me, kid, and you'll have horse turds as big as diamonds."

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    Quote Originally Posted by SavoyPlaza View Post
    You're welcome!

    I must ask, is it personal choice to have wings on the rear bumper but not the front?
    Either way, she's a beast!
    Pete
    Pete I have always liked a smooth front Bumper, I bought a 58 Fury Rust bucke aboujt 15 years ago, IK took the Chrome widow inside moldings, 150 MPH Speedo and Bumper wings front and back, I had the back ones which I think makes it look a lot bettter but never cared for the front. I sold them several years ago along with the rest of the car. I bought the car local must have been 15 years ago . The Fury that is for 350.00:)

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    Yessir!
    The car looks great either way.

    My first '58 was a 6 cyl. originally, and I loved the look without the "V" in the grille. So much so that I removed the V on my second '58, even though it was a 318 car.
    Pete
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    Pete My saying is my car my money, if they don't like me anything about me, my car what I done to myh car especially puriest they can just
    Quote Originally Posted by SavoyPlaza View Post
    Yessir!
    The car looks great either way.

    My first '58 was a 6 cyl. originally, and I loved the look without the "V" in the grille. So much so that I removed the V on my second '58, even though it was a 318 car.
    Pete

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    I agree 100%...............

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    Right on BroLOL
    Quote Originally Posted by DVJohn View Post
    I agree 100%...............

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    I never took any pictures the day I picked it up But I will post what i have This is when I had pulled all the sheet metal off and Done the front end , No ground off Never did a ground of resto, Never figured it was nessary for me. But everything merchanical and all front end was replaced.

    http://s393.photobucket.com/user/bob...ing%20restored










    I drove the 58 while I was working on it, Didn't wait til I was done before I drove it. Had a nice little 318 with four barrel , rann pretty good:)

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    Wow Bobby.... there can't be too many people that can boast to have a picture of their car in a scene like that mate.

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    great car,,are there any videos of her....?
    Build it yourself, then at least you know it will be right.

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