The Jalopy Journal
Town and Country speed shop. It was the only place that had an outdoor hoist. The owner was from California.
This time around when I took little parts off the car when I disassembled it for paint, I cleverly put them in ziploc bags and labeled them. Now...
It blow my mind how those NASCAR guys can change one out during a race when it is smoking hot.
I go in to work the odd time when one of the guys can't make it and the weekends sure seem shorter when I do.
Here's one I spotted at 2019 Deuce Days.[ATTACH]
This question keeps coming up so I figured it was time to give it it's own thread. First off, you need some sort of continuity tester. A VOM...
I have a '59 Impala wheel in my T. Large diameter, but the leverage sure helps parking.
The trucks we like are getting older, just like us. I managed to get collector car insurance on my truck and it is a 1996 model. What happened?
Flip it over and try it. It must have worked before.
A louvered hood would look good.
The oil pressure one probably has 1/8" NPT threads screwing into the engine and the water temp one 1/2" NPT threads. Mount the horn somewhere on...
Of course. Way cooler than a 4 door.
Here is a picture; as requested. Does my anti-gasser bias show?[ATTACH]
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