The Jalopy Journal
1939 Packards were the first cars off the assembly line to have air conditioning. So, I suspect, A/C is definitely traditional.
You are an excellent metal smith. I can only wish I could do the work I see here.[IMG]
Keith at Alan Grove was very helpful. I forgot to mention in my original post that I also have power steering. No problem, according to Keith....
Wow. Thank you all! I thought I was a goner.
Is there anyone with a small block chevy with a short water pump AND ALSO A/C? If so, how did you do it?
I own a '35 PJ businessman's coupe, meaning it has a trunk but no rumble seat. Many gear heads assume my coupe is chopped, but it's not.
Oh, well. So, what's the price of tea in China nowadays?
For a man who has so many irons in the fire, including wife, kids, school, and work, it's fantastic that you're helping build a a personal dream...
Your positive attitude to transforming a "hunk of junk" into what it has become is truly mind bending. Great job.
Very impressive metal work.
"Down to the 50's?" That's T-shirt weather in Wisconsin.
We're being advised by weather folks that snow is on the way this coming Thursday. So, it's nice to see that car on the road. I like the color.
No doubt about it, Fleetlines are extremely cool.
Absolutely a beautiful car.
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