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Monday, June 28, 2010


Here,s a photo of my 1964 Mercury Monterey Marauder.

"I re-wired my 1964 Mercury with the Rebel 9+3 harness. This was my first time wiring a car by myself: the Rebel instructions and Bob's advice made the job pretty straightforward. I'm very happy with the quailty of the harness, it's a good value. I am especially thrilled with the great customer support when I needed troubleshooting help. I will use Rebel in the future, and recommend Rebel Wire to my friends."
Walt Fritchen, Hiawatha Iowa.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010


Rakes Parrish Promotor of the 'Emerald Coast event' and 'Georgia

Mountain Moonshine Cruiz-In' Is a avid hot rod enthusiast. He is now workingon his dream machine. A 1969 Protouring Camaro. With the perfect project car, a grinder and lots of long nights he has a great start. He has replacedevery peice of sheet metal on the car. The frame is a Hiedt's front bolt in and the rear will be a self designed mocked up 4 link with stainless control arms. We plan to reveal the car at this years Emerald Coast Cruizin event. Thanksto our sponsors for help with the build to make this project happen. A special thanks also goes out to Thomas Byers and his crew in Hayesville NC. They are going to tackle the paint and bodywork, Brian and the crew with Orangeman Hot Rod Shop of Panama City Florida, Kenny Thomas of Gulfport Ms. for transmission build, Benny Kimberly Magee ms for the gorjoius Martin Semour paint and lots more to come.

Thursday, June 3, 2010


With the help of 15-20 guys from, for Mike Meet to help out whith the build.
The car has gone through 4 different design phases since the inception. John Jaransen, a designer for Ford and VW enthusiast is responsible for all the drawings and the concept. We originally started with a closed cab sporting a Model A type of bed. Oncewe had the car cut and the bed partially assembled I didn't like the roof on the car and hated the idea of a Model A bed. Everyone uses a Model A bed so why not do something different.
By chance we had a set of Type 3 fenders sitting in the shop that day and held them up to the side of the bed and at that point, we changed the direction of the build. Off came the top and the T3 rear fenders were to be th basis of the bed.
Stay tuned for more on this fabulous custom.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010


1967 Beetle
2276cc approximately 175 hp
4 speed with 1st and 2nd geared for racing.
Disc brakes all the way around.
Beam extended 8" and dropped 2", beam adjustors can set the
front end on ground.
Rear lowered 2 1/2".
Wiring; Rebel Wire VW
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