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06 March 2006
#1011

From Mykk: 

      Here are a few updates on my truck.

      The engine is a Chevy small block, 2 bolt main- 4.020" bore- 4.48" stroke 5.7" rods =353 cubic inches fed by Edelbrock-RPM air gap and an Edelbrock "carter" 750cfm carb. Aluminum L98 Corvette heads with 58cc chambers and angled plugs, roughly 9.9-1 compression. A TH-350 transmission with a B & M Shift Kit. A 2400 rpm stall torque converter. All run through a drop-out posi traction rear end from an early '60s Chevy passenger car, turning a stock 3.08-1 turn ratio (freeway gears).

      The wheels are Centerlines 15" x 3" fronts with 5.60-15 tires and the rears are 15" x 7" with 255/70-15 tires. It has a front disc kit from ECI, and the rear discs are on the way.

      The cab has been channeled 7" lower on the frame and will receive a massive 4.5" chop. The engine, trans, cab and grille were moved 20" farther back on the frame and the bed was drastically shortened to compensate for the space. A 5 gallon "Bonneville" moon tank, with a couple jerry cans in the bed.

~Mykk

Mykk Hannan
"HotRodRocker"
Bolter # 5671
San Francisco, CA


08 February 2005
#1011

From Mykk: 

      Hi there. I'd like for you to take a look at my new toy -- a 1936 Chevy 1/2-ton pickup. I live 45 minutes north of San Francisco. I'm a musician, and I build old Chevys as a hobby in my spare time when I home from shows and tours. I just recently bought this '36 Chevy and I'm slowly going to be bringing it back to life from the grassy field of a grave I found it in..

      I would appreciate it if you could include me in your photo gallery. Here are a few shots of my semi-unrestored Chevy. I say semi-unrestored because a previous owner did do some work to the truck but neglected the majority of the bodywork and woodwork. A picture of the truck as I found it resting in a field a few miles from my house. The '36 is now home for an 1979 Chevy 250ci non-integral head and an TH-350 probably from the same donor vehicle. Doesn't that K&N assembly look funny sitting atop the mighty Rochester Monojet barrel carb?

      Right now, as we speak the '36 is down to a bare frame and slowly getting built from the ground up. And no, the white walls up front are not going to stay.

      Notice the bummed fenders? I'm in the market (if anyone has any spares that are straight and rust free). Both front and rear fenders are a total loss. Also I will need a straight grill skirt while we're at it. The headlight buckets are a universal after-market but look just fine by me. The turn signals are going to get moved to a nice spot on the frame rails just under those fenders.

      I have another project which is my Grandfathers old 1969 Chevy 1/2-ton long bed.

      For more information about me, check out my website. I created this website was to have an "online" business card for my music and my bands -- so people could hear me play.

      Hope to hear from you later.

~Mykk

Mykk Hannan
"HotRodRocker"
Bolter # 5671
San Francisco, CA



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