The Jalopy Journal
If you ever saw the Bootstrap Kits we used to change engines on the 767, DC-10 and A-300, you'd shake your head!
Yep, screws used for keeping the slicks from spinning on the wheel. Very common in the late 60's/ 70's. I did that on a cheap set of rims for...
I fell into their trap many years ago when it was free. Made it easy to post on the net. I have over 900 pic there that they have made virtually...
Visited Charters Towers, Townsville and Airley Beach this year.[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Thank God for Volunteers!
Hauled this for a guy.
Any news about how Linda's recovery is going??
My wife's Grandfather worked on Willys Knights. One gent who appreciated his mechanical skills eventually hired him as his Chauffeur. That...
Yep! DOA!.. Most of us from the NE regions of the US know all about rust! I've become spoiled down here in Okieland.
I first started reading Car Craft back in the early 70's. Got the subscriptions and I believe stopped in the early 80's. Yep, I still have those...
Ford C4 large bellhousing transmission (164 tooth bellhousing) Worked perfectly fine, no flare or anything else. Comes with a boss Hogg...
In 1970, I bought a 68 Hemi car. 2500 bucks. Ran the car for 4 years and thought I did great selling it for the same amount I paid! What that...
Like plym_46 said, the Ramblers had that option! I had a 62..
Our OT race car had the roof removed to install the cage.
not enough band width on this site for a proper answer! LOL!!!
truthfully, I'm glad you're in a position that a 20k loss won't hurt you, but there are people on this site that a 20k loss would be horrific.
Son was at the U-Pull in Beggs and saw this.. Would be a good project and cheap![ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
??????????? WTF!! I guess the 350 is ancient????
Looks good Phil!
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