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    Death Valley - Thanksgiving

    Thinking of going to Death Valley over the Thanksgiving holiday; any suggestions on trails or any organized runs?

    Thanks
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    Thanks. Each side, driver and pax - has a push...

    Thanks.

    Each side, driver and pax - has a push button switch on the dash.
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    Here's a couple more pictures of the Safari...

    Here's a couple more pictures of the Safari Windshield.
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    OK, here's some more pictures of the sliders. ...

    OK, here's some more pictures of the sliders. The make is "Rock Slide". Pictures showing the step retracted and extended.
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    Good point - thanks. I don't think they will...

    Good point - thanks. I don't think they will take much abuse.
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    Thanks - I shae that same opinion. I'll go...

    Thanks - I shae that same opinion.

    I'll go outside and get some more pictures once the sun is up and it warms up a bit. The sliders that were on there before were constructed of DOM and had...
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    Rock-slide retractable steps

    The boys in the shop either figured I was getting too old, got tired of watching me climb up via a tire, got concerned I'd break another leg getting out of it - or all three; but they replaced the...
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    M38A1 Safari Wiindshield

    Safari windshield rebuilt and installed on my 1953 M38A1.337290
  9. Thread: Cut Fender Thread

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    M38a1

    Stock front edge roll cut and reattached (welded) after eliminating the drop.337289
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    Safari Windshield for my M38A1

    The end to a years long search draws near. Since seeing one years ago, I have been searching for a Safari Windshield. I understand they are also referred to as an Export or Ventilated Windshield. ...
  11. Thread: 1953 M38A1 build

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    I too have a 1953 M38A1. Mine was stock Military...

    I too have a 1953 M38A1. Mine was stock Military when my dad gave it to me some 40 years ago. It had some body damage, which I repaired and sprayed it rattle can brown. I also converted to 12V. It...
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    Nice looking set up. I think I will give...

    Nice looking set up. I think I will give something like that a try.

    Thank you
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    Wide tires - mud flaps vs fenders

    With the transition to 40's and off-set wheels, practically the entire width of each tire is completely outside the fenders/body. I stay off the freeways, but still have the occasional drive by...
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    We think we have found the problem; a pin...

    We think we have found the problem; a pin connector was discovered with 2 misaligned pins allowing intermittent loss of contact. That issue has been corrected and the problems have not reappeared -...
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    Here's my '34 Ford Roadster

    1934 Ford Roadster - original, all steel car. 1940's hot rod
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    Thanks. The engine came from H & H in Socal. ...

    Thanks. The engine came from H & H in Socal. The car is an original, all steel 1934 Roadster with a 1940's hot rod set up. Model A dropped axle, Zypher tranny, 40 (ish?) Ford rear end (I don't...
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    Sunrise - Tanzania 329107 Lightning storm -...

    Sunrise - Tanzania
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    Lightning storm - off the coast of Zanzibar
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    Nice carb setup. I have a pair of 97's on my '34...

    Nice carb setup. I have a pair of 97's on my '34 Roadster.
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    Holley Sniper Question

    We are experiencing some issues with a Holley Sniper system and are wondering if anyone else is having the same problems. The Sniper is installed on a Chevy 383. The two issues are:
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    Thanks - but it's a 1953 M38A1 - at least that's...

    Thanks - but it's a 1953 M38A1 - at least that's what we started with.
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    53 M38A1 - Finished (I think - maybe)

    Well, after 4 years of modifying, trial and error, "Why didn't you this?", and education - so I could answer "Why didn't you do this?" I think I am at the end of major modifications. I will not...
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    We spent a couple days in Marble Falls earlier...

    We spent a couple days in Marble Falls earlier this month. Blue Bonnet Cafe for breakfast - there was a line, but definitely worth the wait. Then Hidden Falls for some trail rides - what a great...
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    Not done yet - a few items left, but we are...

    Not done yet - a few items left, but we are getting close.
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    Nice deuce. My first plan for the '34' not a...

    Nice deuce.

    My first plan for the '34' not a flat-head. I grew up around, and flew - old WWII fighters and bombers; and I went to the school of "There is no substitute for cubic inches." I had...
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    '34' Ford

    I've got a '34' Ford roadster - all original car, that spent the last 30 plus years sitting in a warehouse. It is in the process of getting back on the road. It was disassembled all the way to the...
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