The Jalopy Journal
Ill never have a 4 door car. I like some of them, but I don't want to ever own one.
I drove my 1929 pickup about 100-150 miles a week for 5 years, no problems.
Looking good, maybe I'll get to see it when you move to Kentucky.
looks like an old channeled hot rod. looks like frame is something other than model a, kicked up over rear end .
1957 chevy bel-air body only with title.
Rumble seat cushions that were in my 1932 ford 5w.
I don't know if they are original frames.
I won't ship these, but they are free if you...
1956 Chevy 210 . Good title.
good gasser body
No motor or trans. All new chrome for the front except bumper.
Not to HAMB friendly ,but a pic of my old race car I used to have.
4 inch chop and 4 inch channel.
1928 model a chassis. no title. numbers show to be built in may 1928.
axles roll free frame looks good, 5- 19" wheels. good bumpers.
he's been banned under a couple different usernames on here. I think "stickshiftkustoms"and "gone wrong" Hes on the bad buyers/sellers list....
1928 ford sedan project.
7000 seems like a good price to me. 1936-47 Suburbans are hard to find around here that are not stripped or rotten.
Newly built 350 chevy motor. 1 hour run time.
GM 671 supercharger , 33,36,37 1/2 pitch pulleys. bds intake.
2- holley 750cfm double pumpers...
if the yellow wire is the headlight power wire it will go to the bat. terminal
Thanks for posting the great pictures.
Thanks for posting your pictures.
The 1st picture looks like it may have an adapter like gimpy shows and a spacer to clear the carburetor arm. my carbs will sit on the adapter but...
Working on a 34 Ford I bought off the Hamb in March.
1868 by wingedexpress posted Jan 11, 2018 at 7:44 AM
20180105_115140 by wingedexpress posted...
Thanks for the pictures. I loved all the model T coupes.
This is not an all out competion motor, but i would like to get a good set of rings.
I don't like the price of the gapless if another style will...
Total seal recommended gapless top ring, I've never ran them before in any motor.
Thanks Jim. I've read so much its mind boggling, so I thought I would ask here for real world experience from people doing what I want to do.
getting ready to have my rotating assembly balanced and I have to get rings, but not sure what style.
this will be a supercharged street driven...
Welcome from Murray, KY. what part of the state are you from?
4lbs shouldn't be a problem, just control any detonation with good timing and gas.
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