The Jalopy Journal
Sorta reminds me of a kinder, more gentle version of a Dirk Valentine vehicle (for those who know the game :D):
Now THAT I could hop into- thanks loudbang!
In a HEARTBEAT... if I could fit in it :p:D
Great pic, loudbang- makes me wonder if the owner stuck a license plate in the rear window and drove that Cheetah to the track :D!!!
Bwahahahahaha- nearly spit my Coke all over the screen!!!- thanks, brigrat, I needed that :D
Glad you're here Bob!
Same thing was done to my dad's '28 Dodge :p!
Happy Birthday, Danny and many happy returns!!!
Praying for you, Jim!
and (most likely) plastic surgery, but the spark in his eye says it's all worth it! :D
That is a Cheetah
Burly- let me know when you're coming down- looking forward to it!
I believe that #8 may be running an early C4- there is another HAMB member who has a '28 that he ran (or tried to run) at TRoG.
There were a number of guys that had FE and Y block stuff at Brad's last meet
Not in NC, but folks are regularly coming from the surrounding states to Brad54's monthly Northeast Georgia Swap Meet at the NHRA track in...
Since all of my termite-infested early Chevy stuff is headed for storage during the move/until the shop is built, I have nothing to add, except...
Wasn't there an awkward looking long-nosed Corsair?
Might be from that?
And make sure you ask them before they head to "The Walmarks"...
Loving this International Panel!
My great-grandfather, grandfather, and dad used to deliver corn to Roxborough, PA from their farm in West Chester...
There are instrument companies who freeze a liquid inside the bell of trumpets/trombones/etc to make a clean bend in the tapered brass tubing......
Could you show a pic of the dash you got?
One of those quarters looks like '25-26 Chevrolet
Mickeyc, that blue bird could be a Packard Cormorant:
So, I was off by a few years- that is a '29-30 Chevrolet chassis:
That should be a 30's chevrolet chassis and rear end.
Been a long time, but...
"Paging Dr. Sibley..."
56Don, I will look into that- thanks!
348/409 valve covers in the style of Cal Customs and/or Weiand :D
I'll have to look to see which they are- going back next Saturday.
Someone mentioned that the Mercruiser blocks may be better/thicker castings...
I just stumbled onto a pair of Mercruiser engines- anything worth pulling, other than the heads, valve covers, and distributors? the pans look to...
And that doesn't look like Radnor, Doug... 'course it's been a long time since I've been there :p
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