The Jalopy Journal
Probably just need to snap a cam over your knee.......
I moved from the city to the country 60 years ago. Never looked back.
Oh, you're so intolerant.................
Love that '40 coupe. So, how many cams did you snap?
This must be where the term "rail job" originated.
+1 for the legal advice.
First thing I would do is find out who initiated this thing and if they had any authority to do so. There are numerous towing scams going on these...
Lotta guys did that in the '70's thinking they were making a sedan delivery.
I bought a carcass out of a Calif. wrecking yard decades ago. The guy gave me a bill of sale but had to include info from his purchase of the car....
I agree, must be a little more to the story. I feel for anyone who is forced to live in a place where there is any kind of HOA. Those things seem...
My uncle bought one of those but it was pre-'64 with transaxle. He was proud that it was supposed to be close to 50-50 weight balance and superior...
A 12v. generator should put out over 14 v. at elevated RPM (14.4 at the regulator output)
Just went over hwy 88 (Carson Pass) a few days ago. Some road construction going on. Was about 15 minute wait.
Ha ha. Oh how thin skinned we're getting. On the '57 Chrysler thread, the OP was asking for wheel opinions. Being the sarcastic a-hole I am, I...
Be interesting to see how many people remember seeing this car run in '64 and '65.
Make sure you pick up one of these.....
Those plugs are fine, just need a little clean up.
Lancers for sure.
Difference is, instead of falling out of trees, they die from an exploding cell phone.
The dog thing in California is so out of control it defies reality.
And if you're really lucky, the numbers at the other 2 locations will be the same.:D
Can you even begin to imagine the freaking out if that was done today?
Our society is so lawsuit paranoid, I doubt you'd ever find a shop that would touch it.
I started out at the age of 16 washing greasy parts in a bucket of gas. Spent some time doing heavy equipment washing parts in a bucket of diesel....
I can remember back to the days when I'd have loved to have it. Of course, I wouldn't have had the money to buy a carburetor.
Got ya beat on the short shaft. Years ago I built a '56 F100 short bed 4X4 390, C-6 and divorced transfer case. The connection between the trans...
My '70 Torino Cobra came with one from the factory.
Best case scenario for your buddy is that he gets all his money back.
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