you're a stinker you. lol
That is very nice. I really like it.And for those that missed it 6 years ago, this is the cold air radiused-entry carburetor hood I built. Not only cold air, but also smooths the air entry for a nice bump in overall airflow.
I originally built this for a GT, but guess what? It didn’t fit under the hood. But there’s plenty of room under the hood of an Ascona.
You’ll notice I don’t give a crap about the exterior appearance. It’s all about the internal airflow.
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Lol, not quite that extreme. Certainly not a luxury car. Looking more like a daily driver for NH back roads. Many of our roads are gravel…or at least the ones I drive on are.Holy Bejeesus. So this car is going to be a luxury car/daily driver/rally race car/hill climb/ dirt track/mud bog tractor pull/demo derby/garage queen?
Don't know where you are in NH, and I doubt they will give you the run of their shop, but, if you need a machine ship I can highly recommend R&L Engines in Dover. I do recognize that distances can be deceiving, in that, using Keen, NH as a starting point, you are about equidistant to Dover NH and Hartford, CT
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