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  • Welcome to the Early V-8 forum, Intro's

    Have fun and enjoy the new Early V-8 forum

    Introduce yourself and post a picture of your early V-8 auto right here.


    With the recent Photo-Bucket debacle I do ask that you:
    Please post any photos directly to the VFF server and refrain from using any and all off site hosting services. We actually care about the future of our content.

    When registering don't forget to reply to your confirmation E-mail as sometimes it can end up in your spam folder.

    Need help? Contact us link:
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    3 ~ Tudor's
    Henry Ford said
    "It's all nuts and bolts"


    Mitch's Auto Service ctr

  • #2
    Hello, I'll be the second person to post on the Early V8 Page. I see some familiar members here. How about some information on this site? When and how was it founded?

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    • DaWizard
      DaWizard commented
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      Seth, WELCOME to the VFF!!

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    Originally posted by Seth Swoboda View Post
    Hello, I'll be the second person to post on the Early V8 Page. I see some familiar members here. How about some information on this site? When and how was it founded?
    I think you'll end up seeing a lot of familiar faces show up, some of them from the past.
    I personally started up the site to give the community another option for quality information.



    3 ~ Tudor's
    Henry Ford said
    "It's all nuts and bolts"


    Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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    • #4
      Hello from Illinois

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      • DaWizard
        DaWizard commented
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        Hey Tony, WELCOME to the VFF!!

    • #5
      Howdy from the Atlanta, Ga. area

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      • DaWizard
        DaWizard commented
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        Hey Chopnchaneled, WELCOME to the VFF!!

    • #6
      Originally posted by Chopnchaneled View Post
      Howdy from the Atlanta, Ga. area
      Welcome to the forum
      3 ~ Tudor's
      Henry Ford said
      "It's all nuts and bolts"


      Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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      • #7
        Good morning from Kenyon Minnesota - or - Gold Canyon Arizona (depending on the season).
        Another new guy here. I have a 1933 Ford Tudor that I am working on to create a nice "original look" street rod for my wife and I. As a fabricator and mechanic, I do a fair bit of work on others cars and a significant amount of Carburetor work.
        Regards - Randy
        Randy's Rod Shop
        Regards - Randy
        Randy's Rod Shop
        1933 Ford Tudor "Bugsy"

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        • Mitch
          Mitch commented
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          Welcome to the VFF Randy!

          Thanks for checking in, were 5 months old and looking to get the V-8 areas going.

      • #8
        Thanks Mitch - I'll see what I can do to help!
        Regards - Randy
        Randy's Rod Shop
        1933 Ford Tudor "Bugsy"

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        • Mitch
          Mitch commented
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          Randy
          We like car pictures Lets see what you got

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        Tried to upload pics and it says they're too big. Since Photobucket took a crap on the online world, I haven't yet found a suitable replacement.
        Here's a couple of old pics but the car has changed a bit since then.
        You do not have permission to view this gallery.
        This gallery has 2 photos.
        Regards - Randy
        Randy's Rod Shop
        1933 Ford Tudor "Bugsy"

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        • Mitch
          Mitch commented
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          Very nice!

          If possible just resize your pics to 2050 and load them to the server. I'm trying to get way from off site hosting, because once one does it the others will eventually follow. That screwed so many forums up big time
          I use CropSize on my IOS items that works great but its cost 4.00.. I can resize 50 pics at once
          On windows i use the picture editor

      • #10
        Sweet ride ya got there Randy!!

        Hard to find unaltered cars like that.
        You wana look waaay far up da road and plan yer route because the brakes are far more of a suggestion than a command!

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        • #11
          Thanks fellas...
          I'll check into Cropsize. My only hesitation is that if I want to retain full resolution pics on my device as well as the downsized ones - it eats up a lot of space. Hopefully there is an automatic resizing widget that becomes available for the forum software that will automatically resize while uploading. Of course that comes at a cost of both bandwidth and server CPU cycles too..
          Regards - Randy
          Randy's Rod Shop
          1933 Ford Tudor "Bugsy"

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          • Mitch
            Mitch commented
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            When i cropsize it adds another pic next to the original in the photo album.
            I delete them afterwards

            i do the manual resizing where it asks to punch it in.. 2050X1531
            hope this helps

        • #12
          Thanks Mitch - that helps! It's $5 now but I've spent more on a skunky beer so why not?
          Regards - Randy
          Randy's Rod Shop
          1933 Ford Tudor "Bugsy"

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        • #13
          Wow Mitch - Where did you find those?
          I've not seen a Grove or W1 in a lot of years. Most the carbs I get are from 60's through 80's (Rochesters, Carters, Autolites, Holleys and Webers)... Most of the early (30-40-50's) Dodge, Ford and Chevy carbs that people bring me are pretty well shot from sitting out in the elements - rust and corrosion. But I try and sometimes get lucky. Since I live out in the country, I see some older tractor carbs - those are not generally worn out but gummed up - some are water poisoned.
          Having had to make a new needle valve on my lathe I can appreciate the value of finely machined parts. You should consider just sitting on those parts unless they are just in your way..
          Regards - Randy
          Randy's Rod Shop
          1933 Ford Tudor "Bugsy"

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          • #14
            They are probably worth leaving in the sealed wooden containers as collectors items. i opened the one to peek

            PM me your shipping address, i don't need them
            3 ~ Tudor's
            Henry Ford said
            "It's all nuts and bolts"


            Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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            • #15
              Thanks Mitch for your efforts in giving us another place where we can share our passion for these old Fords. Your Blessing, Chap

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              • #16
                Originally posted by Big-Foot View Post
                Good morning from Kenyon Minnesota - or - Gold Canyon Arizona (depending on the season).
                Another new guy here. I have a 1933 Ford Tudor that I am working on to create a nice "original look" street rod for my wife and I. As a fabricator and mechanic, I do a fair bit of work on others cars and a significant amount of Carburetor work.
                Regards - Randy
                Randy's Rod Shop
                Hi Randy. Skinnedknuckles here in Gilbert, AZ. Not far from you. You’re welcome to stop by anytime.

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                • DaWizard
                  DaWizard commented
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                  Hey, isn't there an IN-N-Out right on I-10 in Gilbert? I think I know where that is and been there.

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                DaWizard. There are three IN-n-OUT burgers places in Gilbert. One is on Stapley a block or two south of US 60. Another is at the San Tan Mall complex, still another out east just off US 60 on Ironwood Rd. or that area.

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                • DaWizard
                  DaWizard commented
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                  Yea, off I-60. Been there ate that!

              • #18
                Hello from Sunny, warm Indiana haha..Jeff here.
                Just west of Indianapolis. Building my '30 A pickup with a flair for how I might have modified it for performance, early '50s era.
                B drivetrain, V8 gears and brakes are the plan. Still looking for some of my needed parts.

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                • DaWizard
                  DaWizard commented
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                  Hey Jeff, WELCOME to the VFF!!

                  I'm sure we have what you need within the pages of this forum to help you.

              • #19
                Originally posted by stillwater View Post
                Hello from Sunny, warm Indiana haha..Jeff here.
                Just west of Indianapolis. Building my '30 A pickup with a flair for how I might have modified it for performance, early '50s era.
                B drivetrain, V8 gears and brakes are the plan. Still looking for some of my needed parts.
                Welcome Jeff to the VFF. You can also post this in the Modified forum
                3 ~ Tudor's
                Henry Ford said
                "It's all nuts and bolts"


                Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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                • #20
                  Great to have another forum. I’ll be checking it out! I have a flathead V8. Engine only. Wish I knew how to slide it in my A. I’m gonna dig it out of my Dads storage (RIP).
                  Go VFF!

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                  • #21
                    Originally posted by Jedmundcars View Post
                    Great to have another forum. I’ll be checking it out! I have a flathead V8. Engine only. Wish I knew how to slide it in my A. I’m gonna dig it out of my Dads storage (RIP).
                    Post that question in the modified forum. I’m sure someone there has done it
                    3 ~ Tudor's
                    Henry Ford said
                    "It's all nuts and bolts"


                    Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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                    • #22
                      I don’t know Mitch. Maybe I put my foot in my mouth LOL. I’ve got my hands full now with a 4 banger! But.....retirement in 296 days!! Oooh Rah!
                      Go VFF!

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                      • #23
                        Congrats
                        3 ~ Tudor's
                        Henry Ford said
                        "It's all nuts and bolts"


                        Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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                        • #24
                          Figured I would say hello to the panel here. I'm new to the forum, obviously, and proud owner of my late grandfathers 36 Ford. I love cars, been in and around them all my life, and I don't have the slightest clue whats going on in this 36 (haha) but i'm sure i'll learn quick. My grandfather restored a number of vehicles over his lifetime, and became some what of an obsession of his. Looking at his 36, the books he had on them, makes me wish I had found more time to spend with him and learn about this great vehicle. Hopefully this young blood can learn a thing or two from this forum. Thanks for the add, the info, and future conversations. ~ Cheers!

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                          • #25
                            Hey Gramps36Ford, WELCOME to the VFF!!

                            Where abouts you located in this fair state of ours?
                            You wana look waaay far up da road and plan yer route because the brakes are far more of a suggestion than a command!

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