The Jalopy Journal
Keep up the good work Loudbang!
Street raced probably a half dozen times when I was 17-18 years old, didn't even know about a drag strip. Went to the strip the first time and...
Nickname for the canted valve bbc head.
Great site. No whining little bitches over there.
Nothing I have is hamb friendly. I come here for a couple of of threads, the altered thread and drag cars in motion. Love all of loudbangs...
It will work just fine. These are good kits.
Keep up the great work you do loudbang!!!
That is a cool story!
FF, Greg is it? For what it's worth I think you did the right thing, upgraded and racing it. And thanks for the pictures of the bars, I see what...
You are probably right and I just don't remember.
This was in the late 70's, honestly I can't remember. I was thinking it was a 1st gen Camaro, but don't remember. Sorry. Makes me sad thinking...
I remember watching Hank and Shirley racing at Bluegrass Dragway in Lexington, Ky.
Keep up the good work loudbang, I thoroughly enjoy the picture s you post!!!
Awesome build, don't know how I missed it. Hope you guys make it back to Clay City next year!
For some reason I keep hearing an old Mac Davis song.
Keep up the good work Loudbang!!!
Best reply in the thread!!!
Cool, looking forward to it. Doubt I'll post mine, not HAMB friendly, modern SBC, modern wheels, etc.
I don't know why you don't see more builds like this today. They could be built fairly cheap and don't require a big hp engine to go pretty quick....
If it appeals to me, I get it. Doesn't matter what shape, within reason. I won't pay big bucks for anything old, not restored, project, rolling, etc.
Whatever is the easiest available.
How do you like the Kilduff shifter?
Yep, nobody wants to race on 40-60 years old junk wheels.
Keep up the good work Loudbang and others! Is there a thread for Front Engine Dragsters? I've searched and can't really find one.
I know a couple of guys that have been 8.30's-8.40's in the 1/4 with slapper bars.
Keep reaching, you're almost there!
All of the ratchet shifters are pretty good they just take a little getting used to. Never had a problem using on on the street. Precision...
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