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    Default $* Anglia Thames Panel gasser

    I have been working on a 48 Anglia Panel gasser hot rod for awhile, built the rect tube chassis, all suspension Etc, 001-3.jpg001 (2).jpg003-2.jpg020.jpg
    got a ways to go yet

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    I like it!
    Like the bullet hole too

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    Smile

    Like the bullet hole too Actually that isn't a bullet hole but a bolt hole for the spare tire mount,, but will welded up, good eye tho
    Last edited by Slikwilly; 07-30-2014 at 12:16 AM.

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    Beautiful bro....awesome. one question tho.....why does the rear have a pinion shaft sticking out of the back of the center section? Is it a truck rear by any chance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingerboy View Post
    Beautiful bro....awesome. one question tho.....why does the rear have a pinion shaft sticking out of the back of the center section? Is it a truck rear by any chance?
    The Rear-end is a Winters Quick-change, meaning the gear ratio can be changed by removing the rear cover and sliding on different ratio gears,, makes for a unlimited ratio' The Pinion is still located in the front,, but the input shaft is a splined shaft that goes clear through the case, and another splined shaft is above that and runs to the front of the housing to the ring gear, and the gears just slid on, the shafts and are held there by bearings in the rear cover,this type of R/E is usually used in Champ cars, Super Modifieds, and circle track cars, very strong piece... I'll try to find a picture to better understand how they workHere is the link to the build album,, there are several pictures in there of the R/E https://plus.google.com/photos/10633...001?banner=pwa
    Last edited by Slikwilly; 07-30-2014 at 08:34 PM.

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