The Jalopy Journal
Here's a link to a group of 58 instructional videos. These are about things that I didn't know that I didn't know after at least 55 years of...
looking for the demensions of the coil below
Art Challenge - Eyes in Autos
Some good info on early Dragracing in the Houston TX area.
Check out the gaggle of FED with names towards bottom of page...
Need a little help Please
I'm a basket case around drawing, can't even color between the lines, flunked crayon my Senior year.
I need to start...
I saw quite a few pictures of this car in the Bonneville coverage.
I would like to find the owner and or full side-on profile and detailed...
1235 W. Town and Counteryy rd
Orange, California 92868
Was in a discussion on another board about why Red Rims are popular, sombody mentioned that they could see the Red Rims but couldn't understand...
I tried searching, really.
Some time ago someone posted pictures and commentary on converting an older carb 94/97? to work as a Throttle...
3nd Annual Traditional Hotrods & Kustom Roundup Sunday September 9, 2007.
Colonel Crawford Park, Woodcock Lake, Sagertown, PA. (45 miles South...
One of the terms heard in racing is "Bending it into the cornor."
This is a 1951 Allard J2, at speed, in a cornor. Please note the front axle....
I have been watching the Barrett-Jackson auction on the speed channel and have wondering how these guys can justify spending so much money on some...
ROLL CALL Traditional Hotrod & Kustom Roundup.
2nd Annual Traditional Hot Rod & Kustom Roundup...
This was posted on the Ford-Trucks.com Fourm.
Anyone close give him a hand?
I don't know if is is HAMB but he is a stuck GI
Flatheads Erie, PA
2nd Annual Traditional Hotrods & Kustom Roundup Sunday September 10, 2006.
Colonel Crawford Park, Woodcock Lake,...
Just as I introduced myself last fall and started to get into things, I sateted having Heart Attacks 4 - 6 ended up having a double bypass. Sure...
4TL8Ford saying Hello.
As the name indicates I'm partial to Fords from the Mid 40's to the Early 50's. With the 46-48 Cars and the 48-50 F1...
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