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  1. Deuces-wild's Avatar VIP/Sponsor
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    I love the supercharged 392!!!! Any chance you can wittle one up in 1/6???? .... Along with the bellhousing and trans w/the Hurst shifter.
    Last edited by Deuces-wild; 06-25-09 at 01:23 AM.
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    Guido, TDR Early Chrysler........... and the talent here at SMC can do many things, and believe me....we are listening.
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  3. Deuces-wild's Avatar VIP/Sponsor
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    I'd rather use the 392 than the Ford 427 Wedge in the Willys "gasser" project. The 392 I have weighs about???... 7 lbs.. WAY TO HEAVY!!
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    Hee, hee....that's why I hogged mine out. I'd much prefer these engines had plastic blocks....just too lazy to scratch one.
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    Did this ever make it to production? I didn't see it on the TDR Early Chrysler........... website.
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    We're almost there................a couple off odd pieces to verify, but it is real close............the initial thought is to offer a basic, single 4 barrel version, a 6X2 Stromberg set-up, and another with a blower...............there will also be a bellhousing that will that will take the TDR Early Chrysler........... Muncie-type 4 speed trans...................

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    Looking good Tony!

    Let me see......we have the TDR Early Chrysler........... 426........now the 392..........and soon maybe the 6.1 liter............We may have to change our name to Hemis-R-Us

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    Awesome! An accurate 1/8 392 is something I've been waiting for for a long time. I'm all for a blown 1/6 version too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flamefink View Post
    Awesome! An accurate 1/8 392 is something I've been waiting for for a long time. I'm all for a blown 1/6 version too.
    I've got one of those from GMP in 1/6. It's huge!!
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  10. Deuces-wild's Avatar VIP/Sponsor
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    Looks good guys!!!!!!!!
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