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I bought these when DT had them and just decided to make my own Rebel Rods. I just need to find some number decals.

Sorry about the blurriness. I need to dig out my tripod & work on the distance thing.
 

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dadvbal... how are you getting the old stock engines out of the way to drop in the big mills?

grinding them out? or just cutting off the bottoms on the new motors?

(I'm trying to do a 63 Chevy II cast...)
 

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I just pryed them out with a small flathead screwdiver. It's basically just the top half of the engine, and it's plastic, not molded in.
 

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Dadvball said:
I just pryed them out with a small flathead screwdiver. It's basically just the top half of the engine, and it's plastic, not molded in.
ooooo..ok...well I guess I got a job ahead of me. The engine and engine compartment are all one die-cast piece on the Chevy II's... unless I want to tear up one of the original Chevy II Street Freaks!
 

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excellent work on a car that really needed it,I collect the fords and have only picked up a couple of the birds because they were so ugly now i have a new mission.
 
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