The Jalopy Journal
Man, does that bring back a lot of good memories.
My family already thinks I'm nuts! :confused:
Thanks Mick and have a Happy Thanksgiving as well.
I've really enjoyed your thread.
The modified pie is awesome. What a great idea.
I believe that all the 318's, either the old poly wide blocks or the later LA blocks, had the distributor in the back LB. So this one might be a...
Congratulations! You're gonna' love it.
Can't say for certain but I believe the red wire goes to a switched 12v source, the black to ground and the white wire to the ignition; tach...
Those are great pics. Love that block building. Reminds me of my grandparents neighbor's building in central PA. He drove truck in that little...
Great pics. Isky looks very content!
Maybe on sunny summer days. Definitely not in the winter snow like these poor guys were doing!
That is a beautiful truck! And in my favorite color too.
Good for you, that's great news indeed!
And I understand that; to a point. I would never try to post about my own O/T build( a 1966 with updated components) as I have read the rules and...
Say it ain't so loudbang. I've really enjoyed what you have been posting.
Why do a few so-called "purists" gotta' fuck it up for everyone else?...
Well said loudbang.
I used Dupli-Color gray filler primer on my steering wheel followed by VHT Epoxy gloss black paint....
Yes, sounds like no fun at all. Hope all goes well for you.
It looks like a '68 or '69. Cool car though because you don't see many of them. I'm sure that's why LB didn't recognise it.
Man that really looks good; nice job.
Love that movie. Gonna' have to watch it again. Thanks for reminding me about it.
This is a very interesting and timely subject for me as I'm about to do this as well. I have enjoyed many of the comments and have learned...
Apologies Deuces; meant no ill will or bad vibes towards you. Just one of those things with me I guess but I shouldn't have called you out on it.
Unfortunately, I believe that most all auctions companies operate this way. I agree, it doesn't seem right but that is the reality of it.
Truly outstanding work. Just beautiful!
Great story Terry. I love to read the history of the sport from those such as yourself who were there. Thanks for posting.
Really neat how these are grouped together. Love that row of Pontiacs.
You are correct, it truly is too hot but, contrary to popular belief, God does not have a last name.
Hey SoCalCarCulture, thanks for bringing this thread back. Great pics.
Good luck and hoping for the best for you.
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