The Jalopy Journal
for all you 54-56 olds guys, stock, custom, whatever you got....all is welcome.
If you have 1941-1946 Chevrolet and GMC truck, suburban and COE then this is the place for you and your old war horse. To chat and exchange information about your truck.
Any hot rod 28-34 Ford Pickup Trucks.
Aficionados of the best GM had to offer!!
A group dedicated to the best engine ever. Well in my opinion. The Buick Nailhead. 1953-1966 264/322 364 401/425
Everything to do with gauges! New, old, odd, cool, ugly or pretty. Dash inserts and gauge mounts, off the shelf or homemade, lets see what you got!
This is the place to post photos of your hot rod related tattoos and discuss tattoos and all that stuff having to do with tattoos. Lets keep it off the main board.
Professional painters do not get runs, they are called flow checks.
about the pics, and about the cameras!
learn from the pros!!!!!!
Tech for your Rochester carb wether it be a 2G, 4G, or quadrajet.
For owners of the Kettering Oldsmobile engines, that would be: 303,324,371 and 394 Cu In.
This should be a resourse for these engines, whether in hot rods or in the original cars.
For all of those building or driving '49-'54 Chevies.
HAMB members in San Diego, CA
A group for HAMBers in Los Angeles and surrounding counties in Southern California.
A place where we can talk about airbag related subjects, without having to deal with the inevitable ""airbags aren't traditional" argument.
Have a '32? Want a '32? Need parts for a '32? Interested in the Deuce?.... or maybe you're just looking for a group to hate?
These folks may be able to help.
This is a group for everyone that is into traditional kustom cars mainly from the 40's and 50's! Scan your old dusty magazines and photo albums, and share photos and knowledge on the kustom cars...
The original interchange body styles of the Gems of GM's family. Everything and Anything.
This group is dedicated, to Hot Rod and Custom upholstery.
Share pictures of your, interiors, maybe experts will share some of their secrets.
What materials to use, era correctness, period colors,...
suited to all old bikes, lowriders, choppers, oddballs, whatever.
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