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Cars > Challenges > “1950 CHEVY HALF bad boy” Vs “Bloudini”

 

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BugeyeRX

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Danielson, Connecticut
United States

 

1950 Chevrolet Pickup

“1950 CHEVY HALF bad boy”

2007 Mazda B2300 Pick-up

“Bloudini”

 
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About “1950 CHEVY HALF bad boy”

Straight six offers adequate power, but the 4:11 rear end ratio makes the truck limited on freeway travel. Future plans call for either late model 4 or 5 speed trans with open driveshaft and taller gears, or possible V8/4 speed combo. We know the car scene it always appreciative of anything other than the proverbial small block Chevrolet, but you can't argue with success. Plus, there is not much that beats the sound of a manually shifted V8! Either way, it will require a replacement rear axle for taller gears. Let's shake the parts tree in the future, and see what falls down.
it was my dads r.i.p. dad

About “Bloudini”

Bloudini makes the trash disappear every weekend. Amazing

 

Specs for “1950 CHEVY HALF bad boy”

Straight six offers adequate power, but the 4:11 rear end ratio makes the truck limited on freeway travel. Future plans call for either late model 4 or 5 speed trans with open driveshaft and taller gears, or possible V8/4 speed combo. We know the car scene it always appreciative of anything other than the proverbial small block Chevrolet, but you can't argue with success. Plus, there is not much that beats the sound of a manually shifted V8! Either way, it will require a replacement rear axle for taller gears. Let's shake the parts tree in the future, and see what falls down.

Specs for “Bloudini”

No specifications listed.

 

Factory Options for “1950 CHEVY HALF bad boy”

Straight six offers adequate power, but the 4:11 rear end ratio makes the truck limited on freeway travel. Future plans call for either late model 4 or 5 speed trans with open driveshaft and taller gears, or possible V8/4 speed combo. We know the car scene it always appreciative of anything other than the proverbial small block Chevrolet, but you can't argue with success. Plus, there is not much that beats the sound of a manually shifted V8! Either way, it will require a replacement rear axle for taller gears. Let's shake the parts tree in the future, and see what falls down.

Factory Options for “Bloudini”

No factory options listed.

 

Mods for “1950 CHEVY HALF bad boy”

Straight six offers adequate power, but the 4:11 rear end ratio makes the truck limited on freeway travel. Future plans call for either late model 4 or 5 speed trans with open driveshaft and taller gears, or possible V8/4 speed combo. We know the car scene it always appreciative of anything other than the proverbial small block Chevrolet, but you can't argue with success. Plus, there is not much that beats the sound of a manually shifted V8! Either way, it will require a replacement rear axle for taller gears. Let's shake the parts tree in the future, and see what falls down.

Mods for “Bloudini”

No modifications listed.

 

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