The Jalopy Journal
I found these wax cans while cleaning my dad's workbench. Now they're on mine. The "Dr. Dorner Liquid 1st Class" probably dates to ~1957-8. The...
This was on the USS George Washington, CVN-73 flight deck arresting gear, somewhere in the Persian Gulf, sometime in '96-'97.
That flathead exhaust sounds perfect!:cool:
I'm guessing the M\T valve covers are Chinese knockoffs from the '70s.
The circles are for oil fill or breather/pcv holes, which dates them to '68...
Also, those are backward slash M\T valve covers, not M/T. o_O
I just cut the bottom feet off. The '32 frame angles up 2 degrees and meets the top feet. Here's a pix of the passenger side:
On my '28 Tudor/'32 frame marathon project:
1) I made a plywood template of the body's lower edge; @oj welded the rails & x-members to match its...
Best for what?:confused:
.... Low aerodynamic frontal area?
.... Keeping rain & snow off your noggin?
.... Hauling firewood & spare car parts?...
My grille insert is an office building's ceiling ventilation duct screen.
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I paid $500 for my '53 Chevy Bel Air hardtop in ’78 when I was 16. It was lowered a bit, nosed & decked, had four extra grille teeth and was...
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