The Jalopy Journal
Just remember, There is a ass for every seat, you just have to match them up.
A nice variety of cars, great pictures. Thank you for your time
We also had a 57 Chevy Bel Air 2 dr post with a padded dash and a power pack
I don't know about other states but in Indiana the state government requires each county to send all it's road tax money to Indianapolis. They...
I like what GTS225 is saying. When it hurts the businesses bilfold in that state then they will take measures to to correct the problem. I have no...
I think it's the old mystery shifter.
Heard this in a movie once. The warden said," What we have here is a failure to communicate"
Never had any claims with UPS, but FedX is another story
Lots of neat old stuff but if I wanted to see new Mustangs I would go to my local Ford dealer.
The book says it is an aftermarket competition series 500 cfm
So Blue One, How do you sort out the scammers from the honest people on here?? You seem to have a lot of answers on here.
The biggest strokers I've found on here are the one who post ads in the wanted section. I have answered several ads and all you get is jerked...
No, but I painted one in the afternoon in an apple orchard.
Grill from a midget race car??
Excellent choice of pictures, Thank you for posting.
Sounds like my health care provider
Don't know what size that is but you might try a Harley Davidson Sporter which has an oval filter.
I'm waiting for the straight axle, and the 60's bucket seats.
I remember it well. It was 2010 and I was in Daytona beach and a motorcycle cop got me for not wearing my seat belt. That cost me $225.
I guess you could call it a Hurst Mystery Shifter. Anybody remember having one of these?
So clean and simple, great job
Here is my 1962 impala[ATTACH]
I believe the Studebaker Speedster had that tach
I think I still have an NOS ds rear fender in the attic for a 1941
These are in the Holley book and are for a 1970 Chrysler 440 with 3x2
Nice car, Back in the 80's I built one just like it. Same color and everything.
Hi, Thanks for the great pictures. You saved me 7 hours and 15,000 steps. It's like I was there. How would anyone pick a winner.
I think 1934 might be the same or close. I don't know of anyone making metal ones. Maybe some of these companies that are making fiberglass bodies...
Here is a 1962 Nova Conv. I wish I had back[ATTACH]
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