The Hemi Powered ’32 Sedan

Thursday, September 8, 2016
The Hemi Powered ’32 Sedan

I literally can’t count on one hand how many projects Keith has going on right now. The fact that he’s doing all of this in my 40′ by 30′… continue reading »

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The Scott 97 Fuel Injection Prototype

Wednesday, August 31, 2016
The Scott 97 Fuel Injection Prototype

We all know that the first example of a somewhat reliable and steetable fuel injection system probably came from Chevrolet. Even so, how many examples of these cars… continue reading »

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Keep It Cool!

Thursday, June 30, 2016
Keep It Cool!

If there is one bit of old car advice I can give you leading into these hot Summer months: Go through your cooling system and make sure it’s dialed… continue reading »

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The Holley 4-Barrel

Monday, March 28, 2016
The Holley 4-Barrel

Technically, the first modular Holley 4-Barrel carburetor hit the market with the 1957 Ford Thunderbird. They called it the model 4150 and it became the foundation for their 4-barrel… continue reading »

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’48 Chevy Coupe Chop

Wednesday, March 16, 2016
’48 Chevy Coupe Chop

The Cochran family Spring Break vacation continues… In fact, I’m actually typing this on my phone while I stand inline at NASA waiting to tour Space Shuttle Independence…. continue reading »

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Flathead Pushrod CHEATER!

Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Flathead Pushrod CHEATER!

I don’t typically cheapen The Jalopy Journal by flinging commercial shit in your face at any and every chance I get, but this is different. This is actually… continue reading »

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Displacement Chart

Thursday, November 19, 2015
Displacement Chart

Tardel was browsing the cars at the Round Up in Louisiana a few weeks back and ran into Raymond Rupert of Reliable Hot Rods. If you were at… continue reading »

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Opinion Piece

Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Opinion Piece

So, my every day driver is a 1964 Ford F100. I bought the truck from another HAMBer over a year ago and have done very little to it since… continue reading »

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