The Jalopy Journal
That thing is cool!
(Photos by Steve Scott -- same as the UncertainT Steve Scott?)
I was surprised at how light your camper is. Now, seeing old photos like your collection makes a little more sense. Before, I just couldn't...
I reserved at $99 for a two bed room, under the group rate.
Man that thing turned out awesome. I love it!!!
I love your place! @cactus1
Great shots, again @Ryan - Looks like a great way to spend a Sunday!
Thanks a ton for making the trek up here to visit!
That's the nice thing about OLD CARS. You can replace one tire and not have to worry about any electronic BS.
And to be quite honest, I always...
I'm getting married two weeks after the HAMB Drags, so this trip (and Bonneville Speed week) will be a bit of a bachelor party :)
Cool stuff, Scott! Thanks for posting.
On a newer wheel with a safety bead, no tubes necessary. Older wheel without the safety bead, they usually recommend tubes.
I'm also running the 5.00x16 Excelsior radials up front. I understand not liking the tread pattern.
Looks like the smallest they make the Coker...
Photos from the worst part of the flooding:...
Thank you, Jim for posting facts instead of speculation.
I will add photos of the flooding at the track shortly.
Nice work! I don't recall the name of the product, but are you planning to apply the olive drab green finish and patina that?
Sorry if it's been asked or covered elsewhere -- Does anyone know if the car still exists in some form or fashion?
Good save, Ryan. Good photos,...
Quite simply, that car has a limited audience. It does look nice, but it's just not nearly as popular as a Model A, '32 Ford or '40 Ford, for...
Very cool on both accounts, Rocky!
Replacing it with a dropped straight axle front suspension and (Vega) cross-steering should fix your problem.
I drove a '64 Ford Galaxie in high school (mid-'90s) -- It had M/T valve covers on the 390 when I bought the car. I never cared for them much at...
Very cool, Mart -- Thank you for taking the time to do the video and share it with us!
I love how Hot Rodding is a sort of universal language.
Sounds like another memorable Lonestar Roundup!
I drove my roadster down last year, approx. 850 miles. It was an adventure just getting there,...
For removal, rebuild, install - $1200-$1400 doesn't seem terrible these days. Three years ago, I paid $2000 for the same for my 2001 F150 2wd....
A few LSRU photo threads I've put together throughout the years......
If it's for display only, go for any custom plate you want.
If you plan on licensing and driving the vehicle on the street, the only way I'd go is...
Looks like it'll be a neat little RPU!
I believe @CTaulbert has experience with this, as well.
Looks like you're doing a fine job! Good choice on the Gary Maxwell frame. I also have one under my '28 Roadster and I've been very happy with it.
Glad to see it back out terrorizing the streets!
Planning to beat on it again at the HAMB Drags?
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