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Old 07-22-2010, 03:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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M&M Big Block and Deuce and 1/2 buggy

Getting started on a new build here at the shop.
53" 2 seat chassis with Big block and Deuce and 1/2's

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Boo. I was expecting to at least see a deuce cab. Are there any REAL deuce buggies?
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Looks like a great start PJ! I can't wait to see it in person on Sun. More than that, I can't wait to take it home!!!!
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Old 07-22-2010, 08:56 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Where in NC are you located?
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I like the motor- Jess
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Thanks Jess. The motor is a 427 Tall Deck Pulled from a 1973 C60 Truck. I have a propane kit on it from Got Propane. It will be torn down, cleaned and painted before the final install. I just put all the accessories on it so PJ could mock the chassis up accurately.
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You might be single handedly saving Andy's marraige but taking this project over for him...

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Thanks

Andy is going to have one nice, and comfy buggy when it is done. Glad to help on the marriage save. The shop is located in Mocksville, one hour north of Charlotte, NC.. thanks PJ
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but will it have a 40 hood?
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The only things left FJ40 will be the hood, bib, and side panels with the stock kick vents. I already have a 1977 FJ40 that is all FJ (even the stock S6 Engine), so I thought I could take some license with this one.

And Tisdale is right, marriage saved....till the next project
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Boo. I was expecting to at least see a deuce cab. Are there any REAL deuce buggies?
If I understand this correctly, you are wondering if there are any buggies with a 2.5T cab/clip? That wouldn't be a very good buggy imo. Not the best cab/clip choice for a buggy. So to answer the question: I sure hope not.
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Old 07-25-2010, 07:53 PM   #13 (permalink)
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omg that motor is so hot!!! o pj put up a pic of that sick ass winch too!!! haha
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Thanks Jess. The motor is a 427 Tall Deck Pulled from a 1973 C60 Truck. I have a propane kit on it from Got Propane. It will be torn down, cleaned and painted before the final install. I just put all the accessories on it so PJ could mock the chassis up accurately.
Anything special done to the motor? Or pretty much left it stock?

I like the build. Nice work.
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Stock for the most part. High volume oil pump, aluminum single plane intake, propane, and headers. Since it is the truck version it already has a forged crank, 4 rings on the pistons, and a low grunt cam. The motor is built for longevity and low end torque, so it really fits my purpose in mostly stock form.
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looks sexy! I love the chassis design. CAN WE MOUNT THE .50 CAL ON TOP???
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I wouldn't have it any other way....screw riding shotgun....my passenger will man the .50cal!
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Dude that winch is HUGE!
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dont start on the winch tisdale!!! its a sensitive subject with andypoo.
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Yes Tis, it is huge, but I get that a lot
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