Discussion in ''Da Nailhead' started by donut364, Jul 16, 2008.
post pix here lets see what you got
I think I am your first buyer, got the fuel pump today looks like a really nice unit. thanks for making it.
Thanks and you are welcome.
Yes, in addition to our mini starter, we can also make high volume fuel pumps but they are special order so they take a couple weeks to make and cost about $25 extra.
Sorry I cannot offer up any parts info that has not been discussed a hundred times here.o No: But how is the blown nailhead dragster coming along? If you ever happen along another blower manifold, please keep us other power mongers in mind.ray:
work been slow for me so the blower motor is on hold I need work to pick up soon I need cash
Does this count? Buick Factory X perimental :Brow:
This is Russ Martin's site, it has pictures of a many different parts, some I've never heard of:
and here is a thread with some pictures of D port parts:
and another place with some pictures:
Not mine, but one I would not mind having.
Sorry I cannot get it to upload. It's a pic of a dual Quadrajet manifold for a 401-425 NailHead. Awesome!!!
here's my parts let's see yours
so NO one has any old speed parts that they want to post pix of
Impressive collection!! Don't see those parts everyday! :TU:
very nice parts!
Damn Donut! What are you hoarding all that stuff for? I think you seen this at autorama. All my other nailhead stuff is in boxes.
They are on the Riv' and the pics have been posted all over this site- unfortunately you can only post pics 1 time.o No:
I only have a few pics, but I also have 3 OEM 401/425 Dual quad manifolds, One with original carbs and linkage. Also, 2 dual quad air cleaners both are at the chrome shop. Plus, I have one more posi from a 63 riv. the one shown in the pic was a 1963 riv 3:42 set that went into my 1962 Wildcat 2 weeks ago. I also have 4 T-400 SP trannies and one that is not a SP. I also have 3 64-66 flexplates. the headers shown are the prototype headers made for the 61/62 Buicks. I wound up making a set of tri-y's instead because of room, plus they flowed better.
Here are a few shots of the Hilborn before we put it on the 425.
I will hopefully have more time to post more info and pictures soon.
Some of us don't like to show off.
Dirty but all mine....