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how do the roads dept react to something like this?  it would not come up in a database of models available new/used cars, to compare to!

 

 

let alone putting on the inevitable go fast decals! 🤗

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And for those who don't know what a 383 Chevy is, it's a 6.3 litre V8...🤗

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2 hours ago, transam said:

And for those who don't know what a 383 Chevy is, it's a 6.3 litre V8...🤗

400 crank in a 350

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Ask the manager at Nong Nuch Gardens Museum. ive seen one being delivered by a Body Shop.All glittery.

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1 hour ago, canthai55 said:

400 crank in a 350

Yes, unless it has a ZZ383....😊

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2 hours ago, canthai55 said:

If it was me I would go to a custom car show, classic car night, etc.

Ask around - soon find out who is the best.

I know Thor from BKK

http://thorchops.com/

https://www.facebook.com/ThorChopsKustoms/

I agree go to a custom car show or even bike show. The custom folks know what you want, and they are the best at realizing your vision.

 

Another one for the OP to consider, shop works on mostly american classic cars. 

Autocraft Bangkok

https://www.facebook.com/autocraft

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Find out the shops that paint those tour buses.

Some of them have very elaborate paint jobs on them

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Ugly cars made to look good like some in American Graffiti . I wonder if I could change my Vios to RWD and stick in a V8 lump . Not a big lump 4 litres would do.

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Your chum may also like this...A hotrod that needs a bit of body attention but the mechanical's seem OK....🤗

 

 

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