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Street Rodding Tips and TechniquesHP1515: Hundreds of Technical Tips on Engine, Chassis, Suspension, Drivetrain,Bodywork, Electrical and Interior for Any Street Rod Project

by Frank Oddo

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How to build and maintain a show-winning street rod. A collection of brief, informative technical tips that cover the entire range of building and maintaining street rods. Includes tips on every aspect of the mechanicals, exterior, and interior.
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How to build and maintain a show-winning street rod. A collection of brief, informative technical tips that cover the entire range of building and maintaining street rods. Includes tips on every aspect of the mechanicals, exterior, and interior.

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