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    Due to the recent budget cuts,
    the rising cost of electricity, gas, and oil, plus the
    current state of the economy, the light at the end
    of the tunnel has been turned off.

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    YIKES! That is one nice gasser! But it looks like a chevy to me and why are gassers ALWAYS raised in the front?

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      One more for the road. I think the reason they were lifted in the front was supposed to be some kind of performance advantage.
      Due to the recent budget cuts,
      the rising cost of electricity, gas, and oil, plus the
      current state of the economy, the light at the end
      of the tunnel has been turned off.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Daniel View Post
        One more for the road. I think the reason they were lifted in the front was supposed to be some kind of performance advantage.
        I always heard it was an effort to transfer more weight onto the rear axle to get the drive wheels to bite more into the asphalt.

        Altered Wheelbase is another method trying to do the same thing...

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        See how they moved the rear axle forward?
        Last edited by jt3; 05-03-2021, 09:06 PM.
        The image file limits have been reset. Upper limits now are 100,000 when we have some images that exceed 5,000,000. I've set the pixels for no more than 1000 across the longest side, so if you resize to that all should be well. (The limits are larger than what I typically use, and my images turn out just fine, so I know it shouldn't be a problem)

        Thank you for your understanding.

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        • #5
          Neat one Care to share how you do the wheelie pics?
          Joshua B at Bignboostedcustomtrucks ~ Customizer and commission builder ~ Dodge, Diesel, Dually, and squarebody fanatic

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          • #6
            Very nice addition Daniel!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by DieCastDodges View Post
              Neat one Care to share how you do the wheelie pics?
              I use Adobe elements to edit it right out. It's sitting on a clear stand and I simply erase it and I can't tell you what it looks like because I can't unless I see it for lol.
              Due to the recent budget cuts,
              the rising cost of electricity, gas, and oil, plus the
              current state of the economy, the light at the end
              of the tunnel has been turned off.

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              • #8
                Spot healing brush. It looks like a band-aid.
                Due to the recent budget cuts,
                the rising cost of electricity, gas, and oil, plus the
                current state of the economy, the light at the end
                of the tunnel has been turned off.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by jt3 View Post

                  I always heard it was an effort to transfer more weight onto the rear axle to get the drive wheels to bite more into the asphalt.

                  Altered Wheelbase is another method trying to do the same thing...

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                  See how they moved the rear axle forward?
                  I think you got the reason correct!

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                  • #10
                    If I recall the Studebaker Museum has another version of this gasser truck in blue called the South Bend Shaker - been thinking about getting that one for my Studebaker collection.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by 2012 Ford Explorer View Post
                      YIKES! That is one nice gasser! But it looks like a chevy to me and why are gassers ALWAYS raised in the front?
                      I always thought that the big three kind of resembled each other through the years. Laughing but I think the Amx looks like a Mustang.
                      Due to the recent budget cuts,
                      the rising cost of electricity, gas, and oil, plus the
                      current state of the economy, the light at the end
                      of the tunnel has been turned off.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by pjedsel View Post
                        If I recall the Studebaker Museum has another version of this gasser truck in blue called the South Bend Shaker - been thinking about getting that one for my Studebaker collection.
                        I bought that one a few weeks ago for the same reason.

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                        • #13
                          Great pics my friend.
                          Scotty "Mustang (+Matchbox) Mad Man!"

                          RIP.....Pop.....David Blase Garascia 9-17-35 12-3-20.

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