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Old 04-01-2008, 05:29 PM   #1
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Pictures of a V8 RWD Panel

For those of you who don't frequent the other HHR sites, check out this V8 RWD HHR panel......
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Wow, thanks for passing it along

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It didn't start life as a panel. It has rear window switches on the console.

Nice job, I would like to see some smoke billowing from the rear wheels.
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Thats so nice

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One of kind for sure, but at the end of the day I would have just done an SS engine conversion. It will make a great show car though.
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Old 04-01-2008, 06:15 PM   #7
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that guy CANNOT hang with us! I'd have to drive mine into a ditch after seeing and hearing that!
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is this not the same one that was on the build off? I dont remember the color of it.

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It's a shame to go to all the work to build this type of conversion and then power it with an iron smallblock. My 1935 Ford sedan was a bit harder to do by installing an LS1 engine but I still would never use an earlier powertrain. Very nice work though, nice fabrication and a good design.
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nothing wrong with an iron small block in a retro panel at all, now if it was just mine!!!!!
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