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    Golden Hawk Member DEEPNHOCK's Avatar
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    Contest! How Many Intakes Are There In The Pickup Bed?

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    Lemme guess, I don’t get to play.

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    Twenty-seven

    In the middle of MinneSTUDEa.

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    My guess - 57

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    Tumeni intakes.
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    32 is my guess
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    Quote Originally Posted by what huh View Post
    32 is my guess
    You must have counted one twice... I count 31.

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    I'll go for broke and say 60
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    I say 32, but I may be wrong...

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    Only one "real" one, the 4-V at the bottom !

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    I am going to say 25.


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    I Count 37 manifold, Do I get the prize??

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEEPNHOCK View Post
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    Enough to keep you busy for a few weeks.
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    By my count, one more than I'd be comfortable discussing with the weighmaster.

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    Keep trying.. (Yes, Matthew... You are not allowed to play <lol>)

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    I'd say about 43.

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    I guess there are some out of sight? I'll go 36 this time.
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    "In the heart of Arkansas."
    Searcy, Arkansas
    1952 Commander 2 door. Really fine 259.
    1952 2R pickup

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    I'd guess about 40, maybe 41 or 42? It's hard to tell, exactly what's going on, in those shadows, up in the front corners. It's probably just wishful thinking, but I'd like to hope, that most of them will go back on all those cars, that they came off of!

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    So far.... Ol' Dave is the closest....
    Truth be known, I had to go over and count them, because I never did count them loading.
    Still amazed that no fingernails were blackened, or even fingers pinched/smashed in the load/unload.
    (Bad ju-ju Jeff... Now you said that... you're doomed...
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    Ok, 30 this time.


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    I got 29. I only see I four barrel intake.

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    I say 37 or 38. I count 37 but I'm not sure what that is in the corner.

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    Golden Hawk Member DEEPNHOCK's Avatar
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    The correct answer is 28 2bbl, and one 4bbl.
    (Had to count them again to be sure)
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    That makes my answer correct. If you need the information to transfer the prize money to my account in Switzerland, let me know. LOL

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    50..........heh heh!

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    Exclamation

    That's not counting the 60+ cores in the rack in the back.....

    (How do you plan to fund your retirement?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEEPNHOCK View Post
    That's not counting the 60+ cores in the rack in the back.....

    (How do you plan to fund your retirement?)
    Jeez Jeff! What'd you do, try to clean up Chuck Naugle's place before the scrap man came?

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    Exclamation All '59-'64 !

    The amazing thing about this to me, is that EVERY one is a '59-'64 2 Brl. Intake.
    Of course the ONLY kind Jeff can easier make into AFB/Edelbrock 4 Barrel sized ones because of the 4 Brl. sized "Pad" already machined on them.
    But that is just a LOT of '59-'64's, from not that wide a year range at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StudeRich View Post
    The amazing thing about this to me, is that EVERY one is a '59-'64 2 Brl. Intake.
    Of course the ONLY kind Jeff can easier make into AFB/Edelbrock 4 Barrel sized ones because of the 4 Brl. sized "Pad" already machined on them.
    But that is just a LOT of '59-'64's, from not that wide a year range at all.
    They're all NOS from South Bend. Except for that one towards the rear that's been modified into a 4 barrel that we found lying around here.

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    More than 10!

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    my guess is 27

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