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Old 07-11-10, 08:29PM   #196
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It's a very long way for me but I will try to make either MIR or Cecil County in late October just to get the car count up.
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Old 08-01-10, 02:53PM   #197
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Intake is here along with some other parts from Jeff. Still need a couple parts, rockers, oil pan, balancer...
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Old 08-01-10, 06:37PM   #198
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I see Kauffman on that intake did know the made one.
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Old 08-22-10, 08:12PM   #199
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I see Kauffman on that intake did know the made one.

easy to do, buy a Victor, grind the name off, stamp your name in

you can release your own brand of "GACH" intakes too, just as easy...
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Old 08-22-10, 10:20PM   #200
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easy to do, buy a Victor, grind the name off, stamp your name in

you can release your own brand of "GACH" intakes too, just as easy...
Zedo you forgot something put up your $50,000 for patterns ,casting and machining
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Zedo is a funny dude...
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Old 09-22-10, 01:20AM   #202
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easy to do, buy a Victor, grind the name off, stamp your name in

you can release your own brand of "GACH" intakes too, just as easy...
That is a stupid statement if I ever heard one.
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Old 09-22-10, 12:51PM   #203
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For all you know GACH could be running a foundry in his basement and casting intakes out of plumbers solder.....well maybe not
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