The Jalopy Journal
The 3.73 is about perfect for it. I'll explain.
My F1 is basically the same truck. It has a 302 but everything else is 1950. It has...
I may be posting out of turn because if my stuff rolls I feel I'm doing good. Last year the F1 actually backed out and back in the...
The Kate Smith Hour presented by Bab-O 1952
You've got a 50/50 chance of getting it out in one piece but only a 50% chance of that.
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Where I grew up it was a straight drive.
Maybe it is a southern thing.
plumb crazy - like a plumb line (Perfectly crazy) can't be any crazier than that.
I thought about this a lot.......
Clean up the 64 and sell that Joker!
If you loose a little money on it you'll still be ahead.
Model A's had both. They had the hand throttle on the steering column and the "foot feed" on the floorboard. My dad called it a "foot...
I have heard most of these terms but as a teen in the sixties cars were either a stick or automatic.
My grandpa "Highpockets" use to call the gas pedal a "foot feed", If you think about it men from his period learned to drive T models...
Here it was always a "stick shift" or an "automatic" whether on the floor or 3 on the tree.
And then a non-synchronized manual transmission was a "crash box" because the gears would "crash" if you didn't double-clutch properly.
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