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    Wisconsin Gassers

    I live in Door County Wisconsin I own a 57 Chevy gasser and am in the process of building a 51 Chevy budget gasser that I plan on driving daily next summer.The 51 will have a 283 with an automatic.So my winter will be spent finishing up the 51 it will stay with its patina
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    very cool rides. we look forward to watching your project over the winter. Love the 57.
    Mario





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    Howdy from St. Louis! I am building a 51 chevy bel air.
    Dave

    I wish I was half the man my dog thinks I am!

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    Welcome to the forum! Two great cars! The "patina" on your '51 sure looks better than what many guys call patina!
    Vall

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    Hello from West Bend and welcome. Sure glad to meet someone from WI. I am getting to take on a project and am new to the gasser style. Looks like you been there done that and it sure looks like a hoot!
    48 Plymouth Custom Special - 4dr suicide style
    Starting new build from scratch with plans of:
    1950 Chevy straight axle with steering box
    Ford 9" rear with 4.10's or 4:29 gear
    Mopar 440, 512 CID stroker estimating 680 - 700 hp on pump gas
    727 auto
    30 or 32 inch X 10 wide tires
    guessing at finish weight of 32-3500 pound car
    hoping to run in the 10's

    This project will be the quickest vehicle that I have built so I am really looking forward to it.

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