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Brian Kissel

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Welcome to the forum Paul. There is a vast amount of knowledge here and little to no bickering. I think you will enjoy your time here. Beautiful car you have there.

Regards Brian
 
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WELCOME TO THE CLUB...ENJOY THE RIDE.. TELL US ABOUT THE CAR !!!!!!!!! IT LOOKS BEAUTIFUL..
She has a boss 302 notched stroller block for 306 cubic inches. All GT40 internals, Quaife transmission. Topped with Weber's. It was built by the original owner who never actually took delivery to represent as close of a copy as p1075 as he could. There are all sorts of amazing p1075 identicals like Stewart Warner 245A fuel pumps and gauging inside the car External lighting and safety lights all around the car identical to p1075. It has Avon ACB0 hand groved racing tires. Not exactly a tool room car but almost the same as that was the intention. And then when the Tool Room cars became available he decided to go that route instead. So he never actually took delivery on the car it. Mine was then completed and put up for sale. And I was fortunate enough to go out to Irvine and see it. Thanks for asking Walt!
 

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WHAT A BEAUTIFUL CAR .... SO YOU BOUGHT IT FROM HILBANKS??? LOOKS LIKE THEY DID A NICE JOB ON THE BUILD... DO YOU HAVE A DYNO SHEET FOR THE MOTOR ???? THAT THING SHOULD FLY . ENJOY
 
WHAT A BEAUTIFUL CAR .... SO YOU BOUGHT IT FROM HILBANKS??? LOOKS LIKE THEY DID A NICE JOB ON THE BUILD... DO YOU HAVE A DYNO SHEET FOR THE MOTOR ???? THAT THING SHOULD FLY . ENJOY
Hi Walter yeah it was putting out about 387 to the wheels if i remember correctly. The webers were setup and then tuned before delivery. So over 400 at the crank. And with trumpets instead of mufflers the sound is absolutely spiritual
 
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