The Jalopy Journal
Jim, those surgeons do those things like we do oil changes. Your in good hands and will make a quick recovery. Sending good thoughts your way.
What does a 54 Darrin look like? Pics would be nice.
Mike, sent you a PM.
wow, can't miss those buggers now can you:eek::D Are they the commercial units?
I had 10 sheared and bent for crossmembers in my 31 by a welding company the does a lot of fab work. Surely one around your area I would think.
doubtful. It is all how you drive the car. Light 'em up and you will most likely break something.
I buy all my steel sheets from a local roofing company. No charge for shearing or bending on their brake. The fella in the shop gives me scraps of...
Nice! Drive the hell out of it now:D
goes in the front of the cam after the fuel pump eccentric is installed if I recall correctly. Been a few years now since I have had one all...
Torqueeeee engine, you would have to go easy with that banjo. Either way, I would grab that 303 along with the tranny and accessories just for the...
just beautiful work!
Jim, hope you get a good lookin' nurse to shave all your hair off your body before surgery. Mine was 18:rolleyes::D:D and she didn't leave much...
Nice addition to the shop Paul and a great find!
good info here
Jim, waiting is the worst I am sure. I went in for a stent on a Friday and had a five way bypass Monday morning so it was a whirlwind affair and...
Try Olcar Bearing in SC. He has always been able to help me with seals and bearings..
good news Dave! for the record could you post the part number of the yoke and manufacturer's name to help the next fella down the line?
@ct1932ford … Mark, good to hear you are now recuperating at home with that special nursing staff! Many of us old farts have been thru this, part...
have you seen Pete Eastwood's thread on cowl steering?
Wow, that is well done. The thought of perfection comes to mind:D
always seems to be something simple in the end. Glad you found that one now enjoy the cruising!
Lets hope it is just the meds you are on. Usually is easy to treat. Thinking good thoughts for you Jim.
Tuck, good plan...this anal guy feels a lot better now:D
Tuck, just how "old" are those Gulf tires? Reason I ask is a friend bought some red line nos tires that were in dry storage for years, put them on...
Good news Jim! Slow and steady rehab will be in your best interest. Glad to see you getting some hands on therapy, especially with your son.
looks great, gives me some ideas for mine
I think he makes a run of them when he is able to. He has sold them in the past. He is busy for sure so I would just keep PM ng him.
FWIW....at one time Speedway handled the Vintage Speed pieces but that was several years ago. Might want to check on that:rolleyes:
Thanks Mike.....I did not know that it comes from our state! Will write this down now for later reference.
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