The Jalopy Journal
This is what I thought you were scavenging parts from:
Rock On !
That "super cool extension" looks like a handle, from a bench mount can opener, from a restaurant !
Does it have one now?
You can try with or without, and check to see if it's sitting near level, and adjust accordingly.
Good to see you back on it!
You planning on going fast with that thing, or just dumping gas in it with those carbs?.........:D
As of Dec., 2015, retired aircraft Mechanic / sheet metal fabricator.
Living in Ecuador.
"Crazy Ray's Auto Pages"...........He's a member of that other car club I was in.
And crazy as hell!
How 'bout now, they racing today?
And I'd never seen a racetrack 'til I met you......So sez Buddy Stewart's adolescent pit crew.....:D
How 'bout now?
August is the plan, and travel from the A T L to Az., and hang with the Boys and In Laws around the Grand Canyon area, then back to the A T L.
Didn't know the GoRilla was up for sale!
Coupla' old Ford pickups around the area, and what I think is an International pickup, sitting on a property, as well as what looks like a full...
Yes, it's floats to the top so it can look you in the eyes, Y'Old Bastard! :D
I'd like to lodge a complaint..........
"Regular" is normally "304 stainless".
"Inconel" used in the "hot areas", and not the preferred elsewhere.
Just my experience!
Former F-4 Engine...
Or down here.......
You've not seen us when we get together.......
Before it snows!
Drive by in your hot rod on a nice day, see if she want's to go for an ice cream.
How about a vinyl wrap ?
Should be able to get some graphics savvy folk to do a rendition "Photoshop" like.
Just to explore that option.
Nice video, and much appreciated!
(Some folks call him Tim......;) )
We had a hammer this size, ( the green one), and a smaller model....
Done a bit of "flow forming", making aircraft parts, and working in a drop hammer shop.
All in " O " Aluminum.
That epoxy might be more of a bear later on, should you need to get it out!
I would try to make a little room in the HardBlok stuff.
Since replying previously, I've retired, and moved to Cotacachi, Ecuador.
Renovating a house, brought my tools and brewing equipment with me.
Consistency, means a lot.
Since posting initially, I have retired from 35 years in Aviation Maintenance.
Moved to South America.
Ecuador, to be specific.
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