The Jalopy Journal
I'd be happy to trade my '29 Sport Coupe project and '29 roadster pickup project for a '30-'31 5 window coupe body.
I did see one of those but my buddy grabbed it before I could.
Unfortunately I didn't see any in the box that they were sitting in. Still a cool peice of model T & A history.
Really! That would make sense since it came with a bunch of old valve spring compression tools and other model a parts. Thank you for letting me know.
Can anyone identify what this tool is and [ATTACH] [ATTACH] used for? When you turn the handle the shaft goes back and forth and there's a...
I wish my '29 had a body like that.
I saw this old '30-'31 model A pickup at a used car dealership today. [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
[ATTACH] This was all I had when I started. I never used it. Still have it.
That is a awesome picture with the night sky like that.
[ATTACH] my shop is small and cramped and usually cleaned up. It's been a little crazy lately.
I scrap out junk steel that I get off my "real" job. Its amazing how much brass and copper goes for.
[ATTACH] I like the '32 grill as well but found that a mid '30's Chevy grill looks good also. I just need to find some headlight stands.
I like story's like that. It makes you feel good and you get to brighten up somebody else's day.
[ATTACH][ATTACH]I'm building my '29 in a 13' x 18' single car garage with a small addition making it longer. Still quite tight to move around in.
[ATTACH] a '54 Buick with a 264 nailhead.
[ATTACH] a '52 DeSoto with a 276 hemi.
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[ATTACH] [ATTACH] here's a '30 Chevy sedan I found and bought.
It's about 3"- 4".
'29 five window model a, '30-'31 five window model a & a '34 Ford pickup.
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