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Owner: Pat McCormack
Vehicle location: Herkimer, NY 13350
CJ-7 Jeep, 350 engine with Weiand Pro Street blower, Nitrous Oxide, Holley 750
carb and many other additions! 1/2 ton Chevy axles, Complete custom rear
wheel steering fabricated from 12 bolt Chevy rear axle with 5.13 gears. 39x19x15
Mickey Thompson tires on 15x14 eagle alloys. Custom fabricated suspension, goes
down the road real nice at 65! Oak dash with Auto Meter gages, 5 point RCI
harnesses, 6 point roll cage, Maximum Show Winner!
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Brown of Perth,
Western Australia sends us some photos of his Jeep after its eight month
rebuild. Here he says he took her out to flex her legs to see if every thing
worked freely. Also included are some photos of his brother-in-laws and his new
project dune buggy.
Ford GPW body
FJ40 Diffs (full size) 4.11
Ford 4.1lt I-6
T90 trans stock
Spicer 18 stock
Custom 1.5 lift
Dick Cepek shocks
Custom steering box
Custom high clearance steering
35x12.5x15 Mud King tires
4 point cage
Custom fuel tank
Home page: www.homestead.com/BROWNEEES/HOME.html
Stefan, a.k.a. Big Pa S and President
of the Ohio
Chapter F150World (www.f150world.com/ohchapter)
sends in pictures of his ’97
F150 Supercab 4x4 with the Off-road package. His
additions to an already capable truck include a Performance Accessories 3”
body lift and some minor fender trimming to make room for 35x13.5x16 Mickey
Thompson Baja Claws on 16x10 American Racing Outlaw II’s. Also added was a
Genuine Steel Brush guard and side steps from www.4WheelParts.com.
Other than that just some extra lighting and a K&N filter.
Stefan a.k.a. Big Pa S
Ohio Chapter F150World President www.f150world.com/ohchapter
Parnell from Oshawa, Ontario, Canada sends in a couple of pics of his 1976
Camaro 4X4. Greg reports that the 4X4 was a rare option in 1976 but it has
allowed him to combine his love for 4X4s and sports cars. Rare
indeed. Must be one of those Canadian Camaro models. A one of a
kind I'm thinking. Greg sums up the specs on his cool 4x4 as
follows. The car sits on an early '70s Blazer frame (no, it
wasn't a factory option in Canada, although
it might not have been a bad idea with our winters). It's got a modified 350
engine with a 350 tranny using a B&M ratchet shifter. It's running open
headers so it's a bit noisy. The transfer case is a 205. The front axle is
a Dana 44 and the rear is a 12 bolt posi. The car sits on 35" tires.
There's not too much mud to be found in this area in November but once things
start thawing in the spring I'll be sure to send in some pics of it in action.
It works really good. firstname.lastname@example.org
It's a Bird! It's a Plane! No it's just Bradley T Sawicki's
1990 Mitubushi Pajero (Montero Right Hand Drive) Two Door V6 Automatic 4x4 from
Okinawa Japan. This picture was taken off a video shot on that day.
He had more than a 4 foot vertical & Yes it landed wheels down. It
cost him a rim but he say's it was well worth the ride.
Bradley is running 33x12.50x15 with the torsion bars cranked to the max,
HD shocks and one crazy driver. He plans to put a twin turbo with computer
off of the new Gallant as soon as he finds one.
Check out the Video!
(612k, executable format. Scanned for viruses)
Sent in by Bradley T Sawicki
A Chevy Tahoe 1 ton 4x4
with an Attitude
Fred Cook, who is affiliated with Bonny Doon 'Go huge or go
home' Offroad "Banchin" (as in to Banch-eee, git it) Club sends in his
1995 professionally built custom Chevy Tahoe 1 ton 4x4. We'll let Fred
describe this monster in his own words. First off the front suspension was
dumped in lue of a solid axle conversion in order to "go big" with a
12" suspension lift and a 3"body lift. The axles are Dana 50 up
front complemented by a Dana 60 rear both with Weld super single 16.5x12 rims
shoed by super swamper boggers 39.5x18-16.5 tires. This truck usually rides
on 42x15 super swampers and a new set sits in the garage waiting for these
to wear out. Each matches with 4.11 gears and polished aluminum diff. covers for
cruising pleasure. Power to "Huge Tahoe" comes from a brand new
Chevy 350 ZZ4 crate motor plus a "healthy" cam, breathing in via
holley EFI and out plated Doug Thorley headers with stainless straight pipes to
dual Flowmasters which actually sounds like a NASCAR motor, idles @ 550 rpm, so
throaty. A new 4L-80E heavy duty overdrive tranny with its own computer
transfer nearly 400hp. Oh, now is a good time to mention the new NOS EFI
150hp nitrous shots that can be added to previously mentioned horsepower
numbers. This motor was recently retuned after 4,000 miles by a Prof.
dragster mech. and we both smile when its just turned on. Anyway the
transfer case, also new is a New Process 208 and new driveshafts. A steel
cowl induction hood which works and clear light cases and corners illuminate the
front, but for when it's a little too dark a set of PIAA offroad lights
brightens the horizon. Billet grill insert with a billet bowtie emblem
post up the grill. Air compressors, crazy Alpine TV head unit with awesome
stereo system sounds great to White Zombie, some of you know the song, 2
twelve's, Alpine amps pumping 600+ watts and a list of so many other
modifications that I just cannot think of right now due to the time.
We think he covered plenty... Nice Rig Fred.
Theresa Huarte from Calgary, Aberta,
Canada sends in pictures of her 1987-CHEVY K5 BLAZER.
ENGINE-468 CI, 555 lift cam, speedpro
forged pistons, rollers lifters, heads ported & polished, aluminum lift rise
intake, cromoly rings, blueprinted and balanced.
205 T case
Front Dana 60- 410 gears- detroit
Rear Dana 60- 410 gears- power lock
12" suspension lift
44x19.5 boggers on 16.5 x14 Bart
12,000 Warn Winch
All this with Major mods to come
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Yes, it actually is "White".