The Jalopy Journal
Early Mustang mounts under the frame, many have done it this way or a reversed Corvair sits on top of the frame. Either will give you side steering.
I love the dash, especially with that redone steering wheel. Looks perfect.
Thanks for all the pictures!
Emergency/parking brake should be mandatory.
I like the pocket in the door and or the under dash shelf.
what are the markings on the sides and ends?
Looking real good.
Dropped axles. I don't mean the store bought ones. Can of Schlitz optional.[ATTACH]
Dynamite coverage thanks.
Thanks for putting the pictures up. I haven't seen that many Corvettes since I watched a Mecum auction. lol
Wow indeed, what a wonderful string of photographs. Hot rodding is alive and doing well there, thanks for putting them all up!
At the end of the day I'd prefer steel.
I bought a Model A coupe body 2 years ago that came without a chassis but did have a title. Just like the original post. I took the title down...
Yea, thanks for putting all those pictures up. Neat.
^^^ Are you using the quickseat product on assembly by any chance? Perhaps you could share your procedure.
I think dickshotrodcarbs.com can supply the linkage for just about any carb combination.
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Airplanes and cars are a good combination.
I like it better with the spear down the side, tail lights are de-luxe.
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