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Old 09-22-2008
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Chevy parts are good for something

Check this out, Chevy parts are good for something.
Chevy 350 cam, Chevy connecting rods, and a Chevy timing gear.

(Home fabrication) Built Sept. 21st 2008.

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Thats awesome. Nice work.
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Thats awesome. Nice work.
Thank you, I also made one using a Cummins Big Cam out of a Semi.
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nice. if you were local I'd give you a piece of granite for that bad boy.
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nice. if you were local I'd give you a piece of granite for that bad boy.
That would be Awesome.
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You should make more and sell them at a flea market. You could be creative and make other kinds of stuff out of the parts too. I bet they would sell.
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You should make more and sell them at a flea market. You could be creative and make other kinds of stuff out of the parts too. I bet they would sell.
I would love to do that, I have a lot more Ideas.

Here is the Cummins cam nightstand I made.

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weird man, haha but cool
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im running some chevy drop shackles
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Why dont you use the Logo as the table top

So if you did a chevy table make a large bow tie for the table top

Ford big blue oval etc.
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OK, thats cool as hell!!!

Kinda reminds me of my buddy who used to have a ford 351 block as the base for his coffee table.
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For the lazy ones.
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haha, thats funny, good work
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badass man, make some to put on craigslist or something and have yourself a little side business..
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THAT's AWESOME!!!! I have all those parts just sittin' in my shop right now! I aughtta do that.
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THAT's AWESOME!!!! I have all those parts just sittin' in my shop right now! I aughtta do that.
Go for it, It's easy, If you can weld.
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I would totally furnish my house with those, good work. Are they stable??
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I would totally furnish my house with those, good work. Are they stable??
Very stable, I have my printer onit right now.
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