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    1935 Chevy Gasser

    1935 Chevy Standard Series Coupe.

    This is a project that is a work in progress. Became road worthy 2010. Project took from 2002 to 2010 to get on the road.

    Hanging saturday night with another gasser buddy.
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    Of which I might be an encouragement to other hotrodders".

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    Mario, what a cool ride. Are you using the moon tank for fuel? Car looks awesome!

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    Nice, looks like a lot of attention to detail. Good things are worth waiting for eh?
    Tom - "In the end the only thing that really matters is how you feel about yourself" Smokey Yunick

    Smokey, 68 Camaro, Daytona track record holder against Penske.
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    Mario, Spectacular!!!!!!!! And, clearly in the right hands. What a wonderful example of what an early gasser hot rod REALLY looks like. Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Rik

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    Thanks guys but you all have cool gasser rides. I had albums on the site but had to delete them. Thought I was done here.
    I put my MG away and pulled my Chevy out. I thought to myself, I must be crazy not driving this around. So now I have 2 rides that are work in progress. Well I gotta say the attention I get when I pull in the parking lot makes me so proud to say I built this. Go figure Saturday about 6 Cobras came in. I thought to myself I wish I had my MG now. Lol
    Oh well. By the way an old MG cobra style body pulled in too. So cool. Wish I had that body style as a gasser.
    Mario





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    Of which I might be an encouragement to other hotrodders".

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    Great to see the '35 Chevy out and enjoying some fresh air Mario! Very cool!
    Vall

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1938PlymouthGasser View Post
    Mario, what a cool ride. Are you using the moon tank for fuel? Car looks awesome!
    Vaughn the tank can be functional but it's just for show.
    Mario





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    Of which I might be an encouragement to other hotrodders".

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1946Austin View Post
    Great to see the '35 Chevy out and enjoying some fresh air Mario! Very cool!
    Yeah Vall it's been a while. Almost 3 winters passed. Without going for a ride.
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    Of which I might be an encouragement to other hotrodders".

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    Congratulations, Mario!!! Glad to see you out in the '35! I know it holds a special place in your heart.... and rightfully so! And besides, it'll feel a lot better this fall on those clear cold evenings..... Enjoy my friend!
    Robert


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    i *thought* i saw a video somewhere of this car jerking the LF tire
    a couple inches and blasting a low 12-second 1/4....

    cant seem to find it again, but if that was the same car--impressive.
    most impressive.

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