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Name: Jerry Cheng
Location: Anaheim, CA USA
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Name: Mike Rayborn
Location: buffalo, tx USA
Comments: I just picked up a 65 Riviera. Saw yours and started looking around. I would appreciate any info ANYONE can provide about these cars. Can anyone tell me why they call them "nailheads" ? Also, I need a carb and linkage and a distributor. does anyone make an electronic one to retrofit? how can i tell what engine it has? Thx for the info.
Location: Fredericksburg,, VA USA
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Location: newyork, ca USA
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Location: Bemer, NA Belgium
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Name: julie holmedal
Location: Oslo, Norge
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Name: ALLEN MABERRY
Location: WINCHESTER, IL. USA
Comments: i sell Hot Hods at a good price, see my web site or call, most of the time i have cars that are not on the site yet and some of the time they get sold and never get on the site so give me a call, 217-742-3387 thanks
Location: dearing, GA USA
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Name: Ron Hudson
Comments: I am a member of Southern Delaware Street Rod Assc . Good web site you have
Name: Bob Bruning
Location: Evansville I, In USA
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Name: Adrian Thiele
Location: Holmen, WI USA
Comments: Thank you for having a picture of my 1954 studebaker chopped top wagon. I really appreciate the exposure. It has helped me get my street rod shop off the ground. Adrian Thiele AT's Rod & Custom
Location: Naples, Florida USA
Comments: I was surfing the search engines for websites to find a cool Automotive HotRod Webring to join and found this site guestbook, I got to say,… nice site tho and it’s easy to nav in. Anyway so I thought I’d post a message. I just started a new website for Automotive Enthusiasts. Visitors are allowed to post pictures and give as well as receive help from the everyday car and truck to the highest of high performance vehicles. If you know of any car, truck or other automotive related shows I can use your help. If you’re looking for a place to post your pictures or videos there’s areas for that to. So if you’re interested come on by and check us out. We need every type of vehicle owner out there to help us. There are no ads, no pop ups nothing like that, it's completely free. I'm disabled and my wife suggested I try to do something with my free time so this is what I’ve come up with. Check us out and drop us a question or maybe you just have a great automotive tip for others. http://www.onlineautorama.com Thank you.
Location: ossipee, nh USA
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Name: My Garage LLC
Location: Linden, NJ USA
Comments: Great site!! Very detailed. If you are an auto enthusiast and or an auto mechanic that repair automobiles for extra money on the side and live in the Linden NJ area or within driving distance, check us out. Don't waist time doing repairs in a driveway or the street. All equipment is available for you to use.
Name: Mike Ramirez
Location: Pico Rivera, CA USA
Comments: Enjoying all these cars! keep up the good work. I have a 54 Bel air and I will be sending in some pics soon.
Name: Chris Schuts
Location: St. Thomas, Ont Canada
Comments: I would like to contact the owner of the 1961 Plymouth Valiant 2 door sedan. Pictures 368, 369, & 370. I have an identical 1962 Plymouth Valiant 4 door sedan that can be seen at the above mentioned internet site. Thanks for your assistance. By the way great site.
Name: Jane E Burdette
Location: Lexington, NC USA
Name: Mike Murphy
Location: Newalla, ok USA
Comments: Had fun going through your site. Have a 29 ford spt, coupe st rod.
Name: Jerry Torres
Location: Fort Belvoir, VA USA
Comments: Great website. A lot of nice cars. I have an Olds 1939, chopped. Would like to send you a few pictures to add to your webside collection. What is your e-mail?
Location: Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Comments: Hello! My name is Yuriy. I write from Russia. I want to build Hot Rod '33 Ford SpeedStar Vicky, but in my country nobody makes these cars. I will be very glad if anybody will help me to know about this car more. The most interesting questions for me: 1. What sizes of body and chassis at this car or where I can find the drafts? 2. What kind of front shock are used for this car? Thank you for your help. Yuriy L’vov. Russia, Saint-Petersburg. E-Mail MRBLADE@MAIL.RU http://egostyle.narod.ru
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Name: John burke
Location: Ithaca, NE 68033
Comments: Nothing cooler than street roddin'
Name: Lee Basinski
Comments: great site especially loved all the Hudson terraplanes featured there, your doggies are really cute too! regards from "down under" melbourne AUSTRALIA PS take a drive past our website and see what we can do with a 1937 Hudson steering wheel.
Name: Susan Berry
Location: Trenton, NJ USA
Comments: nice work, thanks
Location: Mastic Beach, NY USA
Comments: Great Side, I like the 605 Conversion plan for the Tri`s! If you Guys like to check out my `55 Chevy and some cars I´m working on while I´m in Germany, you welcome to visit my web side.Good luck to all of you and your project`s! Thanks Gerd (www.hotclassiccars.net)
Name: Robert Sutton
Location: Stewartstown , PA USA
Comments: Excellent site filled with very valuable informaion and specifications. A very important source of info for any one in the hobby. The wheel base noted in your information for the 1934 Plymouth Deluxe PE is incorrect. It is listed at 112 inches when in fact it is 114 inches. I own one of these cars (street rod-chopped)and have an original owners manual. Also the Plymouth Owners Club of America supports the 114 inch WB spec.
Name: Robert Sutton
Location: Stewartstown , PA USA
Comments: The wheel base noted in your information for the 1934 Plymouth Deluxe PE is incorrect. It is listed at 112 inches when in fact it is 114 inches. I own one of these cars (street rod)and have an original owners manual. Also the Plymouth Owners Club of America supports the 114 inch listing. I also own a 1957 Olds Rocket 88 which you have listed, however I was disappointed to find that the listing did not include the engine specs for the models with the J-2 option. Horsepower is greater for this cars. Mine is a J-2. Other than this I find your site has a wealth of info and a very important source of info for any one in the hobby.
Location: saugus, ca USA
Comments: I would like to find someone who has built a 29 AA truck hot rod.
Name: Cliff Rullman
Location: Westminster, CO USA
Comments: Really great site...there's a pic of a blue '57 Olds 88 two door just like the one I was dumb enough to sell many years ago. My wife and I own two classic Thunderbirds, a '57 and a '63...both pink. My showpiece is a '70 Duster that I have owned since it was new. I swapped in a fuel injected 360 a few years ago. My wife is the original owner of her '67 Cougar XR7, named "Xavier". We are members of the Vintage Thunderbird Club International and WPC club. Again great site. Keep up the good work.
Location: Hoffman estates, IL USA
Comments: I was wondering if anyone can tell me what the rearend width of the 82-92 camaro? Thanks
Name: steve hamner
Location: lac la hache, bc canada
Comments: Top notch website, first class all the way, great job on this. I've already told everyone in my car club about this site and said this is what a site should look like.