The Jalopy Journal
I've always wanted to see that but it won't be this year, for sure. Have a great time!
Here's mine. As soon as I can dig it out of the storage locker and clean it up a bit it will be proudly displayed.
I drove past McLee's dozens of times when my daughter lived on that end of town. It always made me sad to see it. Really happy to see it open again.
My manuals are currently in storage while we're moving but Bill (aka "Number Dummy") over at Ford Truck Enthusiasts...
Happy Birthday Brenda!
Roadhouse huh. Did you at least get a good steak out of it?
Yes, It will be 2 weeks on Friday. Still unpacking, assembling, installing, et al. Thanks!
From a time when hotel rooms had actual keys! I stayed in a BnB near Jacksonville a couple years back that had actual keys, it was the first time...
Judging by what looks like the oversize windshield, the Caddy wagon might have been built on a commercial chassis.
Yes, be careful. My understanding (from a friendly dealer) is that U-Haul has never sold a trailer. They rebuild them until they are no longer...
My very first car was a '53, my dad bought it because it was the last year of the flathead V8 (239 c.i.). I drove it around the dirt roads behind...
Although I've been a member a very short time (at Danny's urging!), I have been lurking around the HAMB for a very long time. HotRodPrimer is one...
Yes, for the last 20 years. I'm already planning the alarm(s) on the two new garages that aren't even built yet.
Try here: http://showmetheparts.com/catalog.html
There is a cross reference tab that may show what you need.
I can't tell for sure but looking at the 3rd photo in the very first post, it seems like that scattershield may have been run without a block...
Happy Birthday Danny!!!
Hey right back at you Brand Apart! Hope we run into each other somewhere around the ATL.
Thanks Danny, see you soon!
Thank You Ron, the old truck is very special to me. If you take a peek at my avatar, it's my dad's Esso station. The '58 started out life as a...
Thank you Randy! I'll get some pictures up next time I get it out of the garage. It's getting some interior work and a new gas tank at the moment....
If you disconnect the wire from the sending unit the gauge should read empty. If you ground that wire, the gauge should go to full. Sounds like...
Hello to all.
After lurking for a long time, it is finally time to step up and join the HAMB. I’m already a member of Garage Journal, Gear...
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