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clonelark
06-20-2016, 11:38 PM
Anyone besides me see the 53 Studebaker sedan in the mad scientist garage from Street Outlaws.

Mike Van Veghten
06-21-2016, 07:46 AM
Noticed the quick pass-by.

Mike

r1lark
06-21-2016, 09:42 AM
Yep, the mad scientist is quite a eclectic guy.......like many of us on this forum :D. He has all kinds of neat stuff in the background. Wouldn't be surprised if he ends up with his own show, as a spinoff, showing his wild & crazy builds.

clonelark
06-21-2016, 08:28 PM
Wouldn't be surprised if he ends up with his own show, as a spinoff, showing his wild & crazy builds.

Heard it here first, I'd watch that show.

Ken Stewart
06-24-2016, 09:56 AM
Makes a old man feel young again. Back in 1966 I had a Chevy 2 with a 327, 350 HP. Drove it home from BOB Beck Chevy and 13 miles on it pulled the engine and tranny. Took it to Oties in Akron he put a roller cam, Mondello heads bored it out and balance the engine. Also got a rock crusher tranny and 456 rear end. I was ready for the streets. I had a 52 Studebaker that I drove every day. The car just sat in the garage because I work 80 to 90 hours a week at Ford Assembly plant. Just having it made me happy to have it. I sold the car in 1972 which was one big mistake. The boy that got it totalit that night. When I heard that I was sick.

SScopelli
06-26-2016, 11:14 PM
Makes a old man feel young again. Back in 1966 I had a Chevy 2 with a 327, 350 HP. Drove it home from BOB Beck Chevy and 13 miles on it pulled the engine and tranny. Took it to Oties in Akron he put a roller cam, Mondello heads bored it out and balance the engine. Also got a rock crusher tranny and 456 rear end. I was ready for the streets. I had a 52 Studebaker that I drove every day. The car just sat in the garage because I work 80 to 90 hours a week at Ford Assembly plant. Just having it made me happy to have it. I sold the car in 1972 which was one big mistake. The boy that got it totalit that night. When I heard that I was sick.

What!!!? A guy that owned a Studebaker, Loved his Chevy II and worked for Ford?

Nice...