The Jalopy Journal
Nice COE. Don't keep it buried too long. It needs to be out and seen. Have fun with it!
The truck above is my 52 1/2 ton. A ongoing project and a lot of fun to drive.
It must be nice to have Hot Heads in your area?
It's good to hear that you are going to drive your truck as you work on it. My 52 may not ever be done but I drive it all the time with a big...
Welcome again Joshua. Your project sounds like a good one. I had a 54 years ago and the worst part of it was running the stock brakes and having a...
Very nice! Welcome from Glendora.
Nice find. It would look great with just a paint job. What are your plans?
This is really good news. I didn't use the poly bushings because I was told that they would have to be lubricated a lot and I didn't want one more...
I got excited when I heard your engine run and jumped too far ahead and had you cruising. I had a leak like yours at the back of my 241 and found...
It looks and sounds great! All that work and troubleshooting is starting to pay off. If it wasn't so far I'd come over and go for a cruise with you.
Welcome onick from Glendora, Calif. I have no idea where Novato is? Your Bel Air looks nice.
It has been really nice following your build and I am looking forward to that first fire up. I just fired up a 392 hemi that I put in a m43 army...
Welcome from Glendora, Calif. Your trucks look like a nice start. Get one going and enjoy it.
Your bed looks really nice and I like the gas tank. I have a stretched out beer keg in the back of my Dodge. Probably not liked on this site but I...
All right strolldaddy! That is going to be a really nice truck. Keep the pictures coming.
Welcome Cucv from a Southern Californian.
Welcome robbybee. Your Suburban sounds like it won't take much to get on the road. Then the upgrades can begin. Do you have any pictures?
You don't know what it does to me to see a truck like mine with a finished paint job. I've wanted to do that for a long time. On the other hand, I...
I look forward to watching the progress of your truck. Please keep it coming.
Welcome from Glendora. What a great area we live in to build a project and to cruise.
Welcome from Glendora. You will get a lot of help on here and a lot of ideas, but yes, build it the way you want it, and have fun!
Subscribed Crazy Steve. Thanks.
I had a 360 in my 52 for awhile but I put a 73 Plymouth Fury torsion bar front end in it so I didn't have to deal with front axle to oil pan...
You just gave me a good laugh Joel. Thanks!
These aren't dealership or 57 pictures but I really like looking at them. I want that panel truck!!!
I've been following your build each step of the way and I'm sure that a lot of old Dodge trucks are doing the same. Very nice!
I put the torsion bar front end in my truck along with the power steering, power brakes, torqueflite trans, and 8.75 rear end out of a 1973...
I don't have the official measurement but I pulled one of mine and it is 5 7/8" long.
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