65 Caliente

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SASSY
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Re: 65 Caliente

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You Still cant see the pics?
I'd rather do it myself if it's done right or not,,,isn't that what hotrodding is all about?

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Re: 65 Caliente

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I saw the individual ones you posted
Have you ever stopped to think? And forget to start again? :roll: :shock:

Joe Travers
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Re: 65 Caliente

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I'm using bone stock Google Chrome with no plug-ins and see them all in the build thread.
You may have to re-load your browser.

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Re: 65 Caliente

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HAVE YOU EVER STOPPED TO THINK ? and FORGOT TO START AGAIN !,,,,,, FRED,,, that has a name,,,it's called HUA syndrome........... do you have to start to stop....or ..stop to start ?? :? :? :? pop
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Re: 65 Caliente

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Pop, I had nothing go do with that statement,,,?
Fred
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Re: 65 Caliente

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MY bad FRED went back and checked it out,,,,don't know the other guy,,,I'll keep my comments to myself,,,sorry pop
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Re: 65 Caliente

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My signature..LOL It's all in good fun guys, I'm actually a big jokester, new on the board and own a 69 Chevelle SS 502 big block, 400 TH and a 4:11 12 bolt posi. However, I am trying to help a friend with his 65 Caliente that is truly a rust bucket from the backseat to the taillights, frame and all. I'll try to get a few pics this weekend. I'm trying to talk him out of piecing his frame together and replacing it with 2 x 3 tubing. He's concerned with the bends. I told him we just make cardboard templates and slice the tubing on 3 walls, bend and tack until we get it right and then a full weld. Just looking for help/recommendations.
So far so good. I will try Chrome and see, but I have the same issue on the Chevelle site. Got me.
Thanks
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Re: 65 Caliente

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Here's what I see in Chrome
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Re: 65 Caliente

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Sorry bout the pic situation but I think your on the right track with 2x3. Reads like you should back half the car.
Pick up the front rails and cruise on back to the rear bumper.
Put dome real rubber in the back and find a stout FE to lay a lickin on that 502 when done,, :mrgreen:
My kid brother has a 502 in a '70 Chevelle,,, theyre kinda like '90 silver Civics,,,,,,, there everywhere :lol: :lol:
Kiddin man. Show him some prostreet builds he'll get excited.
Can you see more pics by clicking on the car.
Fred
Corona Ca. '14
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Re: 65 Caliente

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I just see the one photo. I love the rear wheels on yours. He had a Dana 60 he wants to put in the rear and a 351 up front so I think he needs a full frame. Feel free to email mail me any pics you think would be helpful
suprdave1@yahoo.com
I just read your profile. I'm with the USPS, Maintenance Engineer and just over 40 yrs @ 66 with 38 in maintenance, both machine and building. Retiring as soon as I use up 7 months of sick leave.
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Re: 65 Caliente

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Suprdave1 wrote:
Tue Dec 08, 2020 9:46 am
Here's what I see in Chrome
Make sure your OS is updated, as well.
If that fails, text your ISP tech rep.

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Re: 65 Caliente

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Don't want to do that at work. It's called abuse, but what are they gonna do? Make me retire...LOL read my previous post.. I have tried it in OS, but will try my windows computer tonight. Thanks
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Re: 65 Caliente

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Your employer may have a firewall on some things.
I worked in an engineering group for Uncle Sam for over 38 years, he be tight :shock: :lol:

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Re: 65 Caliente

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Suprdave1 wrote:
Tue Dec 08, 2020 11:58 am
Don't want to do that at work. It's called abuse, but what are they gonna do? Make me retire...LOL read my previous post.. I have tried it in OS, but will try my windows computer tonight. Thanks
normally I use firefox but I just logged in on windows & I can see the same pics that are missing in your screenshot so maybe that will work for you tonight.
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