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1934 PRO-STREET ROD.mp4

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Published on Jan 23, 2010

This 1934 Pro Street- Street Rod was engineered to achieve 0 to 60 mph times under 3.5 seconds. It beats that time! It is powered by a ZZ 502 Chevy modified with an Holley 850 Double Pumper, Mallory ignition and full length Sanderson hearers with short 3 inch Bola stainless exhaust exiting in front of the rear tires. The ridged TCI Pro Street chassis has coil-overs and disk brakes in all 4 corners. The adjustable 4 link rear suspension supports a Posi 9 inch Ford rear with Summers Brothers Axles. Traction is achieved with Mickey Thompson 16.5 x 31 Sportsman tires and having 53% of the weight on the rear wheels. Front suspension is double wishbone with adjustable shocks. It has rack and pinion steering and power brakes with sway bars front and rear.
A number of parts were welded using our patented MIG shielding "Gas Saver System." More details are available at: http://www.NetWelding.com/car_buffs.htm

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