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Old 8th-July-2019, 09:34 AM   #1
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July 2019 ROTM Entries



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3 photos; no more, no less. NO collages. Modifications list if you prefer*Pictures must be of current state of vehicle... only exception is winter tires. Parts currently for sale or waiting to be installed may not be included. If your wheels/retros/suspension/etc. are currently for sale, even if still on the vehicle, they cannot be listed in the mod list. Vehicles that are currently for sale may not be submitted. No "Future Modifications" either*

Remember, please post your entries and pictures in this thread.

So now through the 20th: Submission Entries. Please post your entries and pictures in this thread. (Submissions after 11:59PM on the 21st will not be included in the competition)

On the 23rd through end of the month: A poll will be added containing the entered submissions. A voting poll will be created so that all members get the chance to vote on their favourite. The person with the most votes at the end of the month will be the winner for the month!
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Old 10th-July-2019, 09:28 AM   #2
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My 66' Chevy II (w/67 front end) has been in the family for over 20 years now. Its gone through a few changes, been sold a couple times, but always ends up, back in my garage.

MY latest engine combination:

LQ9 Block, Stock Crank, CNC'd Stock 317 heads, BTR cam & Valvetrain, Wieco pistons, K1 rods, 417 Intercooler, Twin 366 Turbos, all running on Pump E85. Custom Hot Side by Tin Soldier Racecars
Best ET, 8.59
Best MPH, 159
3465 lbs with me in it.
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Old 12th-July-2019, 03:31 PM   #3
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My 1974 Nova Custom is the first car I ever bought while in High School. I've owned it for almost 40 years!
Started as my daily driver... now my weekend cruiser with occasional trips to the drag strip. Best 1/4 ET 11.92 @ 114mph in street trim.







My current set-up:
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Dart SHP 400 small block stroker.
Scat forged crank and rods.
SRP "D" dished pistons 10:1 Comp.
AFR 195 aluminum heads.
Edelbrock RPM air gap intake.
Holly 850 annular discharge carb.
Pertronix HEI Distributor.

SUSPENSION
Global West Tubular upper control arms with Delrin bushings.
Stock lower control arms with Del-a-lum bushings.
Proforged upper and lower ball joints (taller uppers) and Proforged taller tie rod ends.
Quick Ratio power steering upgrade.
1 1/8" CPP front sway bar.
Energy Suspension poly motor, trans, body, and differential mounts.
Competition Engineering subframe connectors.
Global West rear shackle kit with Del-a-lum bushings.

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2004R CK Performance Overdrive Transmission w/ Street Edge 2800 stall lock-up converter.
Strange Engineering 3 1/2" Chrome Moly driveshaft with 1350 front and rear U-joints.
Chevy 12 bolt posi with US Gear 411 ratio and Strange axles.
Stock mult-leafs.
Caltracs low profile bars.

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Front: Billet Specialties 16x7 with 225/55 R16
Rear: Billet Specialties 16x8 with 255/50 R16 Drag Radials
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Old 14th-July-2019, 01:32 PM   #4
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WOW

You guys are making the choice even harder
for this month .... BOTH Very Nice Entries --- ---

making me come back everyday too look them over ---- and, then
having to choose just one ....

Nice job --- both will represent
ROTM , anytime ... good job , and Good Luck to Both
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Old 14th-July-2019, 02:31 PM   #5
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Yes, two very nice contenders!

Need a couple more entries to make it more interesting.
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Old 15th-July-2019, 03:31 PM   #6
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So I will enter for the Originality folks. Need one non custom to consider. This restoration was just finished in June. Dad and mom are original owners. Dad ordered car in Nov of 65 and took delivery in Jan 66. Was my first car and drove as every day driver for a few years. Complete restoration of an original L79 down to each nut and bolt.

327/350 HP Muncie M21, factory posi, factory metallic brake linings, push button Am radio, heavy duty suspension and a few other options.
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Old 16th-July-2019, 03:51 PM   #7
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WOW! Three very worthy candidates.
Could there be more out there?
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