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1950 Chevy 3100 update
#1187365 Tue Oct 18 2016 11:20 PM
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Ok so I bought a 1950 3100 from Arizona site unseen. It had already been dropped on a 92 s10 chassis with 4.3 tbi. Well needless to say some people should really ask a lot of questions or just not touch/attempt to work on things. They cut so much of the wiring the computer would do nothing but run in limp mode. I just pulled all that out and put 85 intake with a hei and carb. 1000 times better. As far as hammer and dolly for the body well they got the hammer but did not use a dolly it honestly has more sever hammer marks than I can honestly bother to count. the bed was held together with sheet metal screws. etc etc . But got it running and shifting great today. I pulled my first fender to start working it back to shape..

Re: 1950 Chevy 3100 update
Ecratrods #1187399 Wed Oct 19 2016 04:10 AM
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Re: 1950 Chevy 3100 update
joker #1190122 Tue Nov 08 2016 11:05 AM
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Originally Posted by joker
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The OP needs to remove the [/img] from the end of the weblink and then it will work OK.

BTW, looks like it will make a nice truck when it's done.


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