The Jalopy Journal
Gonna make one or two. Good idea!
I like that body style.
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Tommy, for a quick second I thought that pic was these guys.
Good results on that first run. Did you lose much depth in your swag where you curved the panel?
Good for ya, Brett! Now that's 2 treasures of your's I want check out. I you hope you come upon a body for good deal too.
Thanks, TFoch and will do!
Thanks, Ghost28! I got a bucket load of tips from your theads that are going to be a big help when I start working...
Starting the mock up stage (determining engine placement) on the '34 just before I pull body and start building the chassis.
1933 Chevy. There is a lot there that I could use. If that were closer I'd be like a vulture and pick it clean.
Next in line after Tim, I say PM dudley32 . If he can't support ya then it's likely he can get in touch with someone who can.
Dang, Brett! 2 A's in a short period, man that's good and I'm glad for ya.
Woodrow, was a nice guy. When I was building my '47 Chevy he let me go in the back and get what I needed from his cars.
Brett, I remember...
I'm not familiar with yard outside Kinston. Although, I see a constant advertisment on early iron for sale in the Carolina Bargain Trader from...
Foss Auto Recycling in Jacksonville, NC has a U-Pull-It section and they seperate the Vintage Tin from the rest of the stock. The yard is about...
Thanks! I was going to ask you what you did about tire clearance but your subframe is close to 3" narrower than the Firebird subframe under mine....
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