The Jalopy Journal
If Radical Ray Erickson was still with us, he would be chiming in on this. He was a central figure in Kansas City hot rodding and drag racing in...
Rework the tail and I'm completely in. Maybe adjust the fins a bit and put the tail lights in them- kind of like a '61 Caddy.
I'd be pretty happy just to hear this one cackle.
See post # 22 above.
Reminds me of the ME262 Fighter
I'll be following this thread, as I've been planning to put a hood on my '29. Getting a hood to line up correctly, and not appear to run uphill...
I like 52-54 Fords a lot. Yours looks good.
These are beautiful things.
Mine in my avatar. Lots of nice cars in this thread. Keep them coming.
I also plan to use a Rootlieb. I am using a Walker radiator that is built short for this application, and have trimmed out the lower sides of the...
Keep anything that has the VIN on it. I kept the block that came with my Model A roadster. Had it boiled to make it nice and clean, painted it...
I've always liked these years, not only for Lincoln, but also for Ford and Mercury.
1957 Lincoln Premier
Mine is in my avatar.
Top of what's left of the grill may give a clue.
This man is living correctly.
I've got a couple of sets that I kept to use as weights. Nice boat anchors, etc., and I've seen them attached to legs of pop up EZ canopies at...
How much room do you need to be comfortable and see out of the windshield? You can be uncomfortable and limit your visibility and still drive the...
Back to the top. I'd really appreciate seeing some more ideas on this. Thanks,
Definitely deserves the recognition.
I'll second the motion.
It's a close call, for all the reasons already stated, but if it's a closed car, then I prefer the 40. If it's a convertible, then it's...
1957 Lincoln Premier. Beautiful, and you don't see them on every other car. Look at 50 Fraud's avatar if you don't know what they look like....
See post #9 above. This is what I did and it works fine. You don't have to shorten (section) the shell, just notch the lower part of the sides...
My '51 Ford started life with "Mexicali Maroon" paint. Just a thought.
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