The Jalopy Journal
This cable doesn't have the 5/8" by 18"thread.
The local parts store wants an OEM application. The speedometer is not OEM. 5/8"x18" thread and a .104 square drive doesn't mean anything to them.
I'd say somewhere in the 60 inch range. The transmission is a 74 Vega 4 speed.
Need a parts number for a speedometer drive cable for a 5/8"x 18" thread. It's going to a Saginaw 4 speed transmission. Any help is appreciated....
@xderelict I don't know if I ever mentioned it but I am in lust with your coupe. Next time you are down this way you should get in touch so I can...
[ATTACH] I'll throw mine in. 34 Chevy, 327, 5 inch channel. It's on scrub line. Nothing hangs below the frame. I've had no issues with how low it is.
[ATTACH] 1934 Chevy, 5 inch channel.
Thanks for the photos. I like the 34 Chevy Coupe.
Joekm59 drew my name as a FAS contributor and sent me this cool signage. Thanks
I cut the frame horns off and painted the hood sides. [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Thanks, this is so cool. Again Thanks for you generosity.
We go to Tractor Supply and buy Ford Tractor internal ballast resistor coils. They work great.
I did make the hood top. I don't know the grade. It's really thin, I bent it without annealing it. I'll ask Hogrod, he gave me the material.
[ATTACH] The car is running good. It's a kick in the pants to drive.
Hundred Mile An Hour Club [ATTACH]
That works for me. Add to the bumper.
Having owned a GMC 302 in a 54 Belair I have to say I loved that engine.
1956-7 Corvette dual quad GM intake. Correct front WCFB 2505S A7 Carburetor. Rear WCFB ?. $500.00 firm plus the ride.
[ATTACH] I'm from the East Coast of Nebraska. Could of seen this on 1&9 and Wood Avenue.
Prayers for Larry in Christ's name. I understand the fight.
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