The Jalopy Journal
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] Anthony, thats a V16 Cadillac engine looks like the radiator might be from it too.
Giving it the color of an old Hurst shift knob that has some years on it would be cool..
Hope you didn't get any chips in your coffee.
Matt, o.t.. Stands for off topic. How new is the truck?
Clayton, have you tossed that broken cluster gear? I could use a broken one that I'm planning on modifying I can't see cutting up a good one....
Boneyard, what sort of numbers is he talking?
Boneyard, If you were closer I'd take them all. Not all T guys are dead. You'll still see some young kids building T speedsters
Mikie if you get one make sure to grab the bellhousing too.
I work at a scrapyard and most of the guys bringing metal in would be happy to make more than scrap price for the stuff if they can. Try working...
28dreyer, I think it may have been designed by Harold Caminez.
[ATTACH] Here you go. I didnt notice rear doors on the one in the pic so its probably the short chassis torpedo.
Stogy, looks like an old Lancia Lambda minus its fenders.
Mike, the deals are still out there. About 2 months ago I picked up a muncie 4 speed with Hurst shifter and bop bellhousing for $60. Haven't...
Fordors, im thinking the builder may have flipped the knuckles over to use that spring up top instead of the bottom as Studebaker and Willys did.
[ATTACH] might be some Studebaker bits in that front suspension there.
Steve, the trucks did have shocks on the front although they only worked in one direction. Yours may be missing.
Probably one of those snowmobile conversions with a later body adapted
Could it possibly be a speed limiter for a commercial/industrial vehicle rather than just a rev limiter?
[ATTACH] this ad?
Think of the money you'll save on doctor bills for your back.
Crazydaddyo, how could we not miss him.
Years ago I had a Dodge D350 with the NP435 and have nothing bad to say about it. It shifted very smoothly and never had issues of any kind. I'd...
g willys, like this?[ATTACH]
Oddly similar looking in ways.[ATTACH]
Boneyard, sort of reminds me of the pump setup on my old 6.9 diesel wonder if that influenced it.
Definitely some cool backing plates.
Great book, I suggest getting a copy.
26 T, if it was Austin wouldn't the upper water hose be in the middle of the cylinder head? I was thinking 30s Morris Minor
Mac, if you can't think of anything to do with those 2 Homelites, I've often thought about a Bantam based Crosley 8 powered mini Duesenberg SSJ.
HRP, get home yet?
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