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  1. Tom Vaught
    09-04-2021 04:50 PM
    Tom Vaught
    Thanks for closing the most recent thread.

    I see that all of the players who typically start chit, signed on on the last thread you closed. Like Honey to Flies, or whatever.

    I see that one of the players is back posting again: 455grandville.
    242177P hangs with that bunch, and stirs the chit when he can.

    Some of the other guys even jschmitz were making good posts for the most part.

    I knew it was going down the chitter but wanted to see if 455grandville and 242177P
    would continue after you posted your reply earlier. The thread was done then.

    I did provide a bit of Holley History and a post about the counterfeit parts out there but
    was not addressing either of those two guys. They obviously mentioned me by name.

    The thread was done when you posted before.

    Tom V.
  2. jtroop
    09-02-2021 06:32 AM
    Good morning Stuart,
    Does anyone have a factory assembly manual available? I am in the process of putting my frame together that has been apart since 2009. We have a lot of things labeled,but it sure would be nice if there was a reference. Any help would be appreciated.
  3. Tom Vaught
    08-03-2021 04:24 PM
    Tom Vaught
    Now that George has been to Norwalk and his thread is basically over,
    when are you going to do something about his personal attacks on me>

    I am several years older than him, BUT, I have a right to my opinion the same as him and name calling, should not be tolerated. At least that is what your rules say.

    Tom V.
  4. carbking
    04-24-2021 11:04 AM
    Good morning, Paul was over, and I printed out your PM including pictures for him. He is interested, but still looking. I think his biggest concern was that you did not mention PHS documentation. His full name is Paul Holder, so if he calls, you will know who he is.


    Jon Hardgrove
  5. carbking
    04-24-2021 08:00 AM
    Good morning Stuart,

    I will show this message to Paul; honestly I doubt he will be interested because of the tripower. He was pretty adamant about either a two-barrel or four-barrel engine. But he did say he would consider anything. My friend has been playing with Chevrolet for most of his life, but is now wanting a Pontiac.

    Thanks for the answer. Hopefully, you guys can get together. Paul is really a quality person.


    Jon Hardgrove
  6. Mark G
    06-02-2020 05:34 PM
    Mark G
    LOL you leave all the post of your buddies but delete mine your being really unfair delete the whole thing or put mine back . You Yankee are all the same..
  7. TigerSales
    04-22-2020 04:09 PM
    Hello good sir. My father had me to post some parts on the forum. I posted them all in the Garage Sale section. He told me that I should have only posted the truck ring gear and pinion in that section and the rest in the performance parts section. Is there anyway you could help a man out by moving the cloverleaf spacer, oil filter mount and cam to the Performance Parts section? I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you

  8. Mark G
    04-05-2020 07:33 PM
    Mark G
    Could you please delete this Thank You

  9. Tom Vaught
    11-17-2019 02:36 PM
    Tom Vaught
    I have no problem with you closing the thread, I tried to get it back on track after the original missile discussion. But the boys, Stan and the rest wanted to talk about Nukes because the camshaft thread was on hold.

    Good Job, Stuart

    Thanks again. Us engineers get no respect, JK.

    Tom V.
  10. 694spdbird
    01-10-2015 12:04 PM
    Thank-you for your research and comments!

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