The Jalopy Journal
That is rad. Clean 'er up and drive it!
Nabbed these from @HEMI32
Oh man did they ever knock it out of the park.
Ooh I'd like to see more of that T in the lower right.
Perhaps he used a '30 A as a donor and that's where it's getting the 1930 moniker.
This is why the HAMB still rules.
Where else would one get access to this sort of info in this efficient a manner?
Or would that be back to NORMal?
I'll see myself out.
Shoulda came :(
Thanks for the pics.
Man I'm starting to get the feeling I fucked up by not coming out...
You're definitely in the right place is a traditional hotrod is your goal. Knowledge is endless here.
Pic of my pal's old coupe ('48) for a...
Might as well send em to me I'll turn em into a grinder stand.
Welp, one will make a rather effective bonfire the other won't.
I'll see myself to the door.
Early sixties for sure, they came out not too long after the Weiand 4x2 which was (I believe) 1959?
That's a cool little RPU.
While I understand the draw some have to radials, I can't help but imagine how visually appealing more period rubber...
I've seen may comments online regarding how the event had "slipped" in the past few years and how happy everyone is it's getting back to how it...
If Yama is hot and bothered to hot rod that six, @gimpyshotrods seems to know a thing or three as illustrated in this (pretty cool)...
Big improvement in the rubber dept.
Pat's (or rather, Bill's) IG feed is one of the best accounts to follow.
Love that '36.
My favorite term for those is "Town and Country Pipes"
He's plugging away at it. I picked up some old Cal Custom valve covers in Portland and he polished 'em up and swapped 'em for those chrome ones,...
Just dawned on me you already posted in there :rolleyes:
Not sure if anyone has mentioned this thread yet but it'll offer inspiration/ideas to you and the boy....
That looks near identical to the master in a '49 Ford sedan. A real pain in the ass to replace lying on your back in the garage with the car on...
If you do decide to hop up a six, Clifford makes some good schtuff.
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