The Jalopy Journal
I must confess I haven't seen any photos of your '63 Lightweight completed. Is there another thread somewhere?
Frank-Great comments, Thank you.
I have not gone back and reviewed this whole thread- Is Lee in any of the old photos? Trying to speculate how old...
Did the WW2 Willys jeep sell?
The rear in 1967 TBird might be 9 3/8", not 9"
Is the Chrisman '65 Cyclone there also? I know Mr. Barillaro had it before he passed.
Sorry. It's a full column history lesson. You must have had a lot on your plate, Hemi Darts, Lightweights, even a nostalgia drags in Rockingham.
Let's give a shout out to Frank (30 years ago):
APR1989 HMN by CDXXVII posted May 22, 2019 at 12:44 PM
I just read through this thread and am also thinking about a smaller lathe. On the smaller US or UK lathes is a powered cross-feed ever seen? Is...
The 427 SOHC was not banned by NASCAR. That is a common myth.
Truth is the rules were written to require the Fords to add weight to the cars in an...
Let's revive this thread. Found this old ad for Brannan's race car. $3000 for last year's car?
Seems like a lot of money when you are making $1.35...
Thank you for posting
Just east of Manchester VT on Route 11. Continental Mark II in the foreground.
Who let the Vermont guys in! LoL
Ford literature says that 7 R-code (full size) Mercurys were built in 1965. Not sure about '66, maybe none. I've been researching 65-66 R-code...
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