The Jalopy Journal
Hey come on, he hasn't even started on the Gasser part of it yet.
Kinda hard to be a sleeper when you hear that blower whine isn't it? Hahaha.
I like the old "Rule of thumb" - 10psi for every 1000 rpm.
Rotor sitting on your bench? I've done that before.
Damn, it's calling to me - see the shifter.
That retainer looks like a core plug with a hole in it. If that's true, can't you do a little measuring and modify one?
Steam punk comes to mind. Nice, but not my thing.
And they were out of my size:(
Pretty traditional right there.
Thanks, @Speed Gems
Google Oberhausen superchargers. @Ryan just had a blog about this in the last week or so. I can't seem to provide a link with this tablet I'm on.
Core plugs go in engines, freeze plugs go in motors!
@choptop40 what model is that? Without seeing the front, I can't tell if it's a Roadmaster or what.
Did you remind him that he had 2 feet and that maybe 1 of them didn't have a sore toe?
Eric, Ryan has had some threads about the Continentals. Here is one:...
Those only need a little lowering, wheels and tires, and a paint job to look good. Custom from the factory!
Looks like your frontend could use some attention in the alignment department.
I like the fendered look too.
It would be more like - Get your biscuits in the oven and your buns in the bed.
Who doesn't like a little side boobage!
Google "Chevy 350 engine" then click on "images".
There'll enough pictures to keep you busy all afternoon.
What the hell were they smoking when they built that GTO?
How about at a new car dealership.
Sometimes you just have to laugh!
Here you go:
Gonna have a big vacuum leak with the front carb.:rolleyes:
My Dad used "Maypop" tires too.
@JayK - nice coupe!!
I was back over to Watkins the other night and got a pic of Zora's spot on the walk of fame.
@Stooge we were just over at Watkins Glen last Friday for the Vintage Gran Prix Festival. There are sometimes an Allard or 2 there.
Wow, an Ardun powered Allard how cool is that!!
Looks like a great show. Thanks for sharing!
Another vote for copper/nickel line - same reasons as above.
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