The Jalopy Journal
Jerry, there is no doubt in my mind that you are an artist, par excellence.
Good luck with your build. I obviously like the '52 Chevrolet since I own one. Naturally, as you can see, mine isn't chopped. Maybe in its next...
You are to be commended for finishing the work and going to Bonneville. It certainly looks fantastic on the salt. Good luck next year.
Much work ahead, but it's going to be worth it.
Beautiful work. Congratulations.
I bought rear springs from Eaton for my '39 Dodge. They're perfect.
Naturally, I'm jealous. Great car.
Great detective work, Stogy. You have a mind like a steel trap.
When I did go to car shows, I invited kids, whose parent or parents were with the kids, to sit on the driver's seat and hold on to the steering...
It's great that a HAMB member won. You're one very lucky individual.
Where did you find that side mirror?
Agree on the green. It fits the body so well, so far.
Wow. Brings back many, many memories. No doubt about it, Roth was a true artist.
Thanks to each and every individual who submitted these grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat photos. They're much appreciated.
Byron Nelson, father of Johnny, my best friend in the 50's, drove a 1950 Chevrolet 4-door. Byron would take Johnny and me fishing and to the...
Thanks for sharing. Much appreciated, and nice car.
Who would've thought folks in Merry Old would be involved in hot rods on a sandy beach? Not I. Thanks so much for the really great pictures....
The added information from Dana is most helpful and appreciated. Thanks.
That's a new one for me. The '39 Dodge I'm building for my grandson has no door handles. Eeeek.
You're doing very well, Ceegan. Congratulations. We old guys need to take it easy on the young 'uns, or else they won't ask us for help. No...
I'm confused. If you can run the engine all day long while parked with the hood down and the temperature doesn't get too hot, how in the world...
Speedway, as well as Summit, has always been helpful to me. No problems whatsoever with their representatives.
I agree with BJR. Tune it. Drive it. Enjoy it. And if you must make modifications, do so.
Bee-you-ti-ful beyond description. [IMG]
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You lucky dog, you. Verrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrry nice Fleetline.
Waiting, Sancho. Waiting.
I received an email from HAMB today, regarding a project in which I was interested. I clicked on the "View this Thread" box as I have done many...
There's mention of photos; I only see one--and that is the group of customs in the first share.
1939 Packards were the first cars off the assembly line to have air conditioning. So, I suspect, A/C is definitely traditional.
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