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    MoPar's Syracuse Nationals

    My apology
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    MoPar's Syracuse Nationals

    Yes I know what a rat rod is . I go to dozens of car shows yearly.
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    MoPar's Syracuse Nationals

    The white truck is a friend of mine. Believe me it's no rat! I'm going as a spectator. 8000+ cars, weather looking good.
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    Easy things are getting difficult

    The man that put the slant 6 drive train front to rear in my 51 did it at 72 years old. Last year at 81 he painted a 49 ford. At 80 he restored a Studebaker speedster in 13 months. He's slowing down now and selling off a few of his classics and keeping 2.
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    Electric cooling fans

    Some good info if my Korean one fails. I’m running a slant 6 and see some plugged off ports in the head that may work
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    Electric cooling fans

    Yup I need an adjust able one, if the. One I posted above fails I will give your brand a try.
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    Electric cooling fans

    What temp does this kick on at?
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    Electric cooling fans

    I also wired up a LED light to tell me the fan is getting juice. I been having troubles with China made controllers. Got this Korean made one so far so good, just add a relay. https://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/imperial-adjustable-thermostatic-fan-control-226203/6016936-P?searchTerm=engine+cooling+fan+controller
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    So whattya think of this--P18 with a /6

    Thanks, painted in 1968
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    A Matter Of Exhaust Decibels

    Now my slant 6 I have headers with full length duals. Stand on the gas , sounds like straight pipes, drive normal , sounds like glass pack. A good drone at 50mph, so I go 60. Don't know what kind of mufflers, there 3 - 31/2 feet long bullets that the last foot looks twisted.
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    So whattya think of this--P18 with a /6

    It was built by a 74 year old guy that's been building cars for years , the Studebaker speedster in one of those pics he finished at 80 yr old. The slant isn't that fast, never drove a flathead. Builder said the slant had more power. I'd say the most fun is on their highway, loves 65 /75 mph , 70 is the sweet spot.
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    So whattya think of this--P18 with a /6

    my 51 slant 6 pics
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    So whattya think of this--P18 with a /6

    Interesting , looks like clip and all from the 74. No heat, don't like the long heater hose by pass. And don't like the front wheel looks. When the slant was put in mine , used a diplomat Doner car. Used whole drive train , no sub frame. Think there's pics in my signature. I think I get more compliments than if it had a v 8.
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    My first classic

    I go every year, but I don't enter my car.
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    '50 Plymouth arrived

    NY spring hasn't been too promising, but I use my 51 as a daily driver weather permitting.
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    Song and video about 6 inline.

    Germany
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    slant six swaps

    Thanks
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    slant six swaps

    Mine was done using a 80 diplomat donar car. pics of my slant 6 i didn't do it. i
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    Some photos of nice mopars

    A group I set up. About 1900 photos https://www.flickr.com/groups/mopar1930s-1950s/pool/
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    New Facebook group dedicated to Old Mopars!

    One I set up on Flickr photos https://www.flickr.com/groups/mopar1930s-1950s/pool/
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    50 Chrysler slant six swap, anyone done it

    Not real powerful,but alot of fun.
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    50 Chrysler slant six swap, anyone done it

    https://flic.kr/s/aHsjYi16sG here's mine. I didn't build it.
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    New to the forum

    Nice
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    My vapor lock story

    Id be more concerned with it feeding a fire in an accident. When i was younger a 67 GTO burned to the ground when the fuel pump fed a fire.
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