The Jalopy Journal
Soooooo, what IS the next build?
Dunno Groucho, pics of '38 Chevies makes me struggle... I much prefer '37 :D
Good to see you back!
I'm with Bob on both points- and with the talent you've already shown, mocking up a mini Veda Orr style knock off should be a piece of cake :D
That's what I was thinking- if this is an early model (20's-30's), they may have been thinking that way!
Absolutely! 500caddy, where is that Sedan? :D
I'm loving that camper top!!!
Bob, down here there are stretches of road with very few street lights- the locals driving TOWARDS you will leave their brights on and give you...
Should read, "Make sure you check the fluid level for these things EVERY DAY!"...
Once you get all that, you need to move to Georgia... I know someone who's a sucker for early engines :D
No such luck yet- still have some painting and clearing to do (need to box my garage and basement up so at least it LOOKS like we're ready to move...
Pn'B- what's up with those heads/valve covers on the 394? I still need pick mine up, but I know my covers are different :)
That's not a Quad4 engine- it looks like an A block with either home-made or aftermarket DOHC head.
Here's the "driver's side" of a Quad4 for...
Jimmy, is the head that Curt milled a 4 port? Think I remember seeing pics of it some years back in a different thread
Enjoy the ride, man-...
Bob, I don't know if the 490 spindles will work, but '24-27 certainly will- 1928 was the first year for front brakes for Chevrolet.
RichB- that's a '28 Chevrolet block holding that front axle on the hill :D
Used to go to Moultrie, but the 4+ hour drive with my work/life schedule, and the change to more commercial and "tchotchke" stuff has put the...
That's one heck of a Mustang accessory!
Yup, early Chevy ('27 and earlier) spindles fit the T axle (with a little reaming, if I'm correct?) and give you an extra 1/2" drop over '26/'27 T...
Geez Danny, I thought you were talking about this debacle from Monogram Models:
I believe that you will find that your answer lies in the right, frontal area of the brain (creative associations in the yellow), although...
Hmmmm, and what's that old heap with the brass headlamps on the left there, Bob? :D
Man, I would LOVE to have that Hudson pickup!!!
Before y'all dismiss that Chevy engine- read up on what those guys did with it back in the day :)
True, Bob, but he does have the Pete Brock Daytona Coupe that ran at Bonneville :)
That Briscoe would make a fantastic speedster/single-seater!!!
Do we know who bought it? Kinds hoping that Dr. Simeone picked it up- I'd be more than happy to visit it in Philly :D
Do you still need any 16" centers?
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