The Jalopy Journal
Figured it would make it there!
Thanks for picture.
Where is rotar now ? Galpin’s showroom?
Keep the wheels polished!
Ed’s anniversary alright! Remember lots of them. One memory etched in my mind was I bought a pile called rotar from Tom Monaghan who owned dominos...
My thoughts on cowl steering. It seems everyone has their geometry figured out good or bad. Granted some may look fine on certain cars but why...
Oh I forgot!
3) least spent on build!
4) ? We
Maybe there should be sub title ambr awards?
1) most money spent.
2) grade by % of work performed by owner.
Note: to verify above there would be...
It seems odd how cars and people and money are placed on pedistols these days when so much is going on in the world today ?
We all die in the end...
Sounds like there is really no reason for cowl steering.
I got in trouble 6 months or so on Hamb for saying coul steering ruins the looks of a nicely built rod.
here are pics I said I would find, not very good shots of the rear triangle radius rods, don't have pickup anymore, I drew a drawing of what it...
2 door sedans are the cats meow! The only way to fly!
FYI 3 point link is not new for sure.
I had a 32 pickup that was an every day driver in the early 70s that I also towed my 32 to bonniville and a...
Not that it's a bad thing but seems to be more shine than suede.
Tradition? What else is there? I kinda liken tradition to babies names, no matter what you call it it was probably already thought of.
Yes! Del mar sounds interesting, cool ocean breezes!
I live in Oceanside we should connect?
What happened to Jim Aust?
I just noticed banned under his name in previous posts?
Where is the book? Your not using that printer in North Korea are you?
or danny eichstedts leg show, google it and you will find it.
might be bob chancellor, he was as I remember and was in the early times and died in a boating accident. he was only around for a few years after...
Steel rebel: is that a 46 to 48 stock truck rear with open drive?
1)will higher gear ratios than 4:11 , (in the 3:50 to 3:80 range) fit a open drive pickup banjo that has the standard 4:11 now?
2) who sells the...
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