The Jalopy Journal
I think the problem I encountered may somehow be at my end. I had the same error message again. So I searched the site and found the article....
All I'm able to get is 404 error message saying unable to find page??
This thread has truly lost it's way.
There were very few 1955 Corvettes built with the inline Blue Flame six engines. 1955 being the first year for the 265 V8 the vast majority of the...
Thank you Chuck. I knew there were members with genuine insight here. Your
assistance is appreciated.
This was posted by tommyd in the vintage shots from days gone by thread. I'm hoping someone knowledgeable about classes or has a rule book can...
Was this car offered for sale on eBay or somewhere else in the last year?
LB please educate me, how do you know this is a fuelie?
Anyone know where this event was?
B1gDaddyI recognized the sticker in your photos when first viewing them. I enlarged the one where it shows best to confirm it was a ARE magnesium...
american racing magnesium
i know they arent hamb friendly, but these 555r tires are amazing
Rare is a well worn word...
B1gDaddy what sizes are the wheels?
Possibly for someone looking for a Corvette gasser or hot rod project. Currently available on Inland Empire Craigslist....
1. Still can't find it.
2. By rank do you mean rant?
The "Rank on Vette owners" thread made me think about it."
Is this a thread?
That car is what dreams are made of.
appears to have a fair amount of negative camber, or am I mistaken?
Looks like a '60.
What is N.C.N.S.?
Note the snow tires, something you might have seen in days gone by but not for many years now.
I just came across this thread. I believe I may have a single wheel that matches. I bought it years ago. It took me some time to track down what...
What a generous and gentlemanly thing you did. Hats off to you!
Again FWIW Enloe and I don't know what your goals are. L79's sound great so I'm adding a link of an effort to recreate that sound.
FWIW the '65 350 horse L79 exhaust manifolds had 2 & 1/2 inch dumps. The '66 L79 did not. For '66 they used 2 inch dumps but they continued to use...
Aren't those slicks on the front?
If so why?
Just plain cool! :D
Are those hot rods? They look stock to me.
It may have been an acceptable design in the day and or been an expedient way of performing a feasible repair for a car purchased to go racing....
I'm just going to say it, the grill, header and front valance area are just plain ugly.
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