The Jalopy Journal
Danny "says" he wears the pants in his family, but Brenda tells him which ones.:D
With that 3.08 gearset and a heavy truck the M-21 will make it hard to get rolling and hard on the clutch, a better choice as far as a Muncie is...
A car my pal in Bakersfield owned.
ET's and Real Rodders wheels.
The one that makes me go "cripes" is when someone says "just run a tap over the bolt to clean up the threads".:confused:
Nova 327/350 hp
I think the term "quintessential" in reference to cars was something that the hot rod journalists came up with over the years.
If they happened to...
There were a handful of mfgs of these sets over the years, emulating "true" Halibrand knockoffs, one name that I recall was Mr. Roadster.
I have a...
Like I said in HRP's similar thread; I was born a Virgo so I pretty much have followed the expected template and that is Virgos are...
Born a Virgo, can't help it.
As I've aged I've had to lower the bar a bit though, things gotta get done.
Or should I say "Git er done".
They need to be checked/recharged periodically.
I was a machinist for thirty years, twelve of which were in the toolroom, hand sharpened thousands of drill bits as well as doing all the large...
A smaller one....
Hard to beat Starrett quality....
The first insert I bought was an offshore made unit, it would not go into my Vintiques shell without force, that insert was $175, returned it and...
Hard to put a number down due to so many variables but here is a pretty good article with some good photos....
Yep, mine too but not for long, hello Hurst.
I first met the Engers in 1970, one heck of a car family and yes that was one neat coupe.
RIP Jim and Arden.
Actually two "older" guys.
1964, I was only ten years old but already had the car bug (bad), these two guys were in their early/mid 20's and were...
Muncie M-20 for my wifes' 67 Nova
Richmond Super T-10 for my roadster.
What you been doing when you weren't visiting the HAMB?
As far as I know the "certified" straps have some form of an indicator of a cut, may not always be red, not positive.
Those generic "tow" straps...
Great points here.^^^^^
Forty years ago my machine tech. instructor said "you can't move a punch mark", well I've been trying for forty years to...
Looks like that's had a lot of rolling over use!
The front office said "you inspect them, you pitch them, you replace them", I had no problem with that and they were happy to not pay OSHA fines....
SPark (I think your name is Scott if I remember correctly).
Hope you don't mind me horning in on your thread a little.
Believe it or not...
Besides being a great mini tech thread you are quite an inspiration.
Great work here.
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