The Jalopy Journal
Nearest thing I've been able to find.
I was curious if you could provide a name or a clue to the vendor, because there's a snake on the west coast nobody should send a dollar to.
Who's that? Name?
You can't make the decision yourself? (Sounds like you have everything but the carbs in hand.) If you're looking for seventy opinions and no...
'66 Sport Fury, apparently made in Canada, if that makes any difference...
It's not Canadian. We didn't use the metric system until the mid '70's.
I found these images from an expired auction ad. (Visually, they're dead ringers.)
IF the ad information is correct, they're...
Australian Ford? I assume there's a bracket on the block for the studs... if the mount you show and the block bracket were bonded in one piece,...
It leaks where?
Late model Holleys are famous for failed accelerator pump diaphragms, especially when they sit for a season with alcohol blended...
According to my friends @ https://www.chevytalk.org/
3707306 indicates a 1956 differential.
AB indicates 3.55 ratio, made in Detroit.
'30 Chevy (?)
Regular antifreeze and Dex-Cool don't mix. What's worse? Oxygen and Dex- Cool don't mix, either. The result of either combination is...
Also from Isky's site...
Scroll down and hit the vehicle fitment...
My project car is a virtual twin to yours, though it's a Master with a beam axle, not a Master Deluxe with knee action suspension.
A beam axle...
Muncie M22 was commonly referred to as rock crusher.
I think not...
Nice shot, BLUSHU. Seems you and I are neighbours. (The city that smells like it sounds.)
My photo, not my car...
Search "vinyl wrap". Popular on fleet vehicles, race cars, etc., etc., etc.
'37 Chevy, no doubt. Are you livin' under a rock?
I looked at the picture. When did ALL nitro cars become independent suspension?
Drinking a little? Mercury trucks were strictly Canadian.
Spied this on the street a couple years ago.
I found three references to the suffix TPA. All three say 1992 / 350cid / 210 hp / RPO# L-05 / TBI
Yes, the sequential numbers. (Thanks, I'll look for his books.)
I've searched and can't find this information. I get the date codes, casting numbers, etc., etc., but nothing for a partial VIN past the first...
Look at the surrounding artwork on this page. (Dead ringer for your plaque.)
Agreed. A handful of model T's were assembled in Regina, but a factory never existed....
"Kingpin" looks like a Grade 5 bolt.
Separate names with a comma.