The Jalopy Journal
Just a scratch on his tow rig.
Great pics by Lou Crouch: http://picturesbylou.com/SNDR%20100519B/index.html
Dirty Old Man rowing the gears in his roadster.
Thanks for putting it on. It was good to see y'all!
I'll be there but the kid won't make it. He's working night shift.
Mine was home built. It was 20+ years ago, but I remember getting the sheriff's office to come by the house for a quick lookover and recording of...
Dunno. I saw where Josh asked on their FB page and they responded that there are no runs before 3:00.
Silver Dollar Facebook page shows gates at 12:00, testing starts at 3:00.
Dave, look up Smith Brothers. They have .040 holes in one end and still allow plenty of oil to the rockers. They are high quality.
Ouch. Racing ain't cheap. At what point do most guys step up to a Hightower trans over a Liberty? What are the cost of each?
The wife made a decal just in time for this weekend's Run What Ya Brung. I'll end up hand painting it after I paint the car this winter. For now,...
It's been good to watch you run this season. You're getting close to beating that silver Corvette.
I saw video where you made it to the semifinals at Knoxville. Well done young man!
Johnny is a heck of a good guy. How did it handle up until you had to get out of the pedal?
This is where you will want to fab/weld a torque box in the front. Make a bent box a couple inches deep. Weld the top and ends of the box to the...
I've used a variety of cheap hand benders for both 3/16" and 3/8" nicopp with good results. One was a combo Harbor Freight unit set up for...
I bet many don't actually know what they spent on a build. It adds up quickly.
I used a spreadsheet to track every expense on my last budget...
Dave, it's set on a fairly safe 6100 rpm. That ought to keep me out of trouble in the burnout box.
Last spring, I spun a rod bearing at the strip. I should have known that might happen. The major weakness in the 351C is the oiling system. The...
I made the long trip to work in July. 60 miles round trip, 10 mpg and 93 degrees on the way home. It was loud, hot and uncomfortable as a hot rod...
'66 Mustang. I didn't need to turn it around backwards. [ATTACH]
That's some beautiful TIG welding.
Looking good! That short wheelbase ought to make for one hairy ride.
The same one that Hurst or Ford put on it in 1968.[ATTACH]
The wife didn't want a manual so unfortunately I went auto.
The wife's 2019 Mustang GT makes 460 hp, redlines at 7500 rpm and will hit 100 before you know it while you're laid back and steering with one...
Very nice work and great progress!
I wanted to use fiberglass bucket seats instead of the usual molded plastic drag seats. I finally found some at Aircraft Spruce. They are only 3.5...
I've never been on a poster so that's an honor! That was a pro photographer for the SNDR event that took the pic.
I'd love to see that Morris run!
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