The Jalopy Journal
On FRONT? was that thing 4 wheel drive?
Baby Huey of Jerry Gwynn father of Darrell Gwynn
If that year Vette was as bad as the ‘65 I had 365 hp with posi-traction, it certainly needs those snow tires! Tried mine once in snow (~ 5 in.),...
To assure your head won’t hit the windshield……………. Atleast while attached to your body. :rolleyes:
What’s with the camber and toe-in on those rear slicks?
I remember a guy in late 60’s that drove his ‘67 Vette (427) to drag strip with his rear slicks strapped on similar luggage rack
What’s the problem officer….. I stopped.
I can assure you there was nothing comfortable about those fire suits!
Fire suits were lot cooler in those days as compared to later years! :rolleyes:
Nice, takes me back in time. Notice small hub caps and 409 designation under crossed flags on front finder, I know you can’t read it but that was...
WOW…. A factory made Tempest Flopper and they didn’t even need body support poles. But doesn't look like much engine performance was supplied.
Low end torque with long stacks. Short stacks improves high end torque. Just matter where your application needs it.
When I was doing this stuff in old days….. I remember thinking maybe I wasn’t doing the smartest thing every time I saw an ambulance waiting near...
“John Forbes” ????? :confused:….. Who ever that is, he might actually still be a truck driver. :)
That’s what happens when you didn’t replace the aluminum planetary housing with a steel housing on a Torqueflite 727.
It’ll buff out! :rolleyes:
Yah recon….. Jerry Lee Lewis had just gotten in or out of this car, when he got inspiration for his song “Great Balls of Fire”....?
You will have to fabricate a special pilot bearing for that application. The 394 olds engines from that area had a different crank for manual...
I suspect this didn’t end well….but at-a-boy to driver, he’s still trying to drive it even with front wheels ~6’ off the ground.
Here’s the problem… choke was left on and flooded it.
loudbang… how appropriate considering your screen name… :cool:
Richmond Dragway… Richmond, Virginia. This was during period when Nascar was involved in drag racing. Notice U/S (Ultra Stock) on windows, which...
Not Nike’s, they looked completely different and were stored horizontally in underground bunkers instead of vertically in silo’s. I was in bunkers...
If he wrecked it…. Would sponsor be proud? :)
Got to be first AWB 5 window coupe I’ve ever seen. :rolleyes:
A young Colonel Sanders? :rolleyes:
OK… This has got to be winner of ugliest seat upholstery ever! :eek:
OK… Thanks... I guess the solid color was also throwing me, didn’t see many Bel Air’s painted that way.
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