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Old 09-14-2018, 01:10 PM
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Somewhere out there, this exists...





some guy stole my idea....
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Old 09-14-2018, 01:32 PM
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Remembers me of the Gasser days.
Here is a car I helped work on and missed the chance to own.
It was chopped and pearl white.
Hilborn injection on it is not on it at this time. Also ran Enderle injection.
Maybe that's why I own an HHR.
Anyone know the type of car ?


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Old 09-14-2018, 03:37 PM
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Is it an Anglia?



btw That car I posted, and said he stole my idea... My idea was to make an HHR Gasser...
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Is it an Anglia?.
Yes it is. BUT what year ?
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Originally Posted by Cat Man HHR View Post
Yes it is. BUT what year ?

'48 ish...
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Yep, 1948 Anglia, a Panel version was available and is my preference




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Originally Posted by Greybeard999 View Post
'48 ish...
Ding, ding ,ding. Your a winner (almost) that one there is a 49. But you win the prize anyway . Fess up you Googled it. Right ?
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Yep, 1948 Anglia, a Panel version was available and is my preference




There was a fine line in years. You had to look at the grill shell to know.
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What I really liked about gassers were short wheel base cars, narrow track width and high horse power. If they didn't hook up straight you were in for a ride.
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