The Jalopy Journal
Your "homemade" dash might actually be a real Auburn dash. When you get it removed, show us a picture of the back side.
How do your floors support that much weight? Is that room simply over a slab? Or did you reinforce it somehow?
Interesting question. My Dad has a 34 coupe that was dipped probably 35 years ago and has sat bare since just like yours. Its amazing that the...
A quick change too! Are even the brake and fuel lines chromed?
Here’s the latest. I got the 327 that came in the car cleaned up and painted. I had my local Jobber color match the Lakewood bell for a uniform...
Cool story. Make sure the "new" old owner joins the HAMB and posts up his restoration of the car.
BTT for a hard to find piece.
This is some nice stuff! No rot out here. Perfect for the guy who wants to convert a 35 to a 36.
Great summertime project.
This is a darn nice solid body....no bad rot to deal with.
Here's the one I built for my '28 PU. Pretty darn simple. I even left an extra fuse terminal open in case I wanna add something exotic later...
In my book a 36 3W and a 40 Coupe are the best of the fat fendered Fords. You can't go wrong building either. And resale of either should be...
For me, a rusted out frame on anything newer than 1940 is a deal breaker. There are tons of cars out there to settle for a rust bucket.
Does the current owner know it's history?
My oldest son who isn't a gearhead at all got a 4 cylinder Honda for his 1st car. My youngest son, who has motor oil in his veins, is driving my...
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