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  • Hotrod,modified,custom,outlaw,tricked-out 356's

    Reboot thread for all modified 356.
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    Justin Rio

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    Here's my Coupster project a few years back when I was dreaming of "shoe-horning these enormous 19 inch Tech-art Turbo wheels. It was a bridge too far so I ended up selling them.
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    Justin Rio

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    • #3
      Here's that Killer dragster once again.
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      Photos courtesy of Chris at Germantoyz.
      Justin Rio

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      • #4
        Custom hotrod 1951 split-window coupe
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        912 engine, late 741 transmission and B-drum brakes
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        Custom A/C unit installed
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        Rear fenders were "pie-cut" widening the rear of the car about 2 inches on each side.
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        Louvered deck lid by GT werk.
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        Widened body allows the use of 5.5 X 15 inch wheels.

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        Justin Rio

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              • #8
                Below was copied from a 914world post by Jake Raby.
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                I just posted this pic of the 2.6 liter MassIVe engine in my 64' 356C Outlaw to facebook this morning. Its not 100%, but you can get the picture

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                Mic
                1959A coupe

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                • #9
                  Thanks Mic! Looks like a killer mill! Those look like EFI throttle bodies; I don't think they are carbs???
                  Justin Rio

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by JTR70" post=12221
                      Thanks Mic! Looks like a killer mill! Those look like EFI throttle bodies; I don't think they are carbs???
                      Here is the link to Jake Raby's EFI. It looks killer. Wish I could justify one of these motors for my car.

                      http://www.aircooledtechnology.com/index.php/fuel-injection
                      Mic
                      1959A coupe

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                              jc pictures

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