The Jalopy Journal
The truck turned out fantastic. Don't change a thing. :D
Haha, thank you very much Moose. I love it. You fixed the wall, put the trees back, and fixed my crude bed lines.
Here is what I'm...
Ok guys, can I please get a simple lowering and/or slam job on my old shop truck project. Please don't laugh at what I've already done with the...
I have yet to see one, or even a good picture of one. There is a little info. about them on the old ATHS site.
The truck looks great, I like it.
Yep, I like it ^^^^
Glad to see the truck is still progressing
Someone bid $13,100 and someone didn't accept it. That's where two fools met. :eek:
That COE and trailer are so far gone it would probably pull in half when you tried to move it.
Once you get used to tuning the injector you'll wonder why you didn't do it sooner.
Thanks Moose, perfect drop, much appreciated. I'm leaning towards the blackwalls, and they're cheaper too.
I just made a deal on this old Binder. I really like the original patina and don't plan on changing it up too much, but I would like to see it...
^^^^ One of my favorites in this thread ^^^^
Show gets better every year. Thanks Chups
Registered and ready
Cool truck, those fenders look good. Thanks for the Fastenal tip.
Thanks Chups for another great show. Best P&P yet.
This one still looks the best. [IMG]
Here are a few pictures that I took on Saturday.
It was a great show. THEM as always did a helluva job.
It was a great show yesterday, but lets see some more pictures??
Way better with the skirts
Me and the 63 will be there.
Looks great, very nice work. How does the V12 run?
Cool, a nailhead powered F4. Those 322 swaps must have been popular. Someone put a 322 in my '48 Federal too.
Very nice, it's turning out great.
Agreed, doesn't sound bad but 22% slippage is definitely not good.
Well at least you didn't break anything major. My money is on the converter. It would explain why it leaves hard but excess slippage is killing...
Nice, the M trucks are pretty cool.
OT but this Mack is one of my all time favorites.
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