The Jalopy Journal
Beautiful work Baron! I'm curious did you acetylene weld everything on this project? I recall seeing a torch in one of the photos and many of the...
Hauled my tools home after 45 years as an Electrician in Paper and Wood products industry.
Looking forward to the next chapter called "Retirement "
[ATTACH] Not the exact day, but got the tonneau cover installed on the avatar.
My avatar has 40 16's upfront and GM in back.
[ATTACH] Took it out for a spin last night before the rain returns to the PNWet!
Anybody else have some photos of them at the GNRS they can post for the rest of us to enjoy?
Maint time, replacing some leaky valve cover gaskets.[ATTACH]
@Marty Strode yes Tim did share the 7sec for 7k video, very impressive and looked like a lotta fun!
Great Marty thanks... I guess we need an address.
Got a photo of the front of the bubble welded on? You do just amazing fabrication Marty!
[ATTACH] Doesn't resemble a 28/29 PU cowl to my eye.
Condolences to the Ebys, Dallas was a gem!
Drove Model A to last Cars and Coffee for the year this morning.[ATTACH]
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] Locally built Tub now on TV
[ATTACH] Finished up mods to HF bead roller, Eastwood power unit, return springs and old window crank for adjusting. One man operation now!
[ATTACH] Here's my 29 and his little Brother.
@Texas Webb and Manyolcars. Here in the PNW it can be very gray and dark and damp this time of year.....so the better half likes to keep the lites...
Backed my relics out between showers the other day to do some relamping in the shop, now snow predicted for tonight. Come on Spring![ATTACH]
That shifter looks like my artifical hip joint!
Thanks Dean, I'll take that as a compliment.
Here's mine....not in same league as most on here. But it's been a fun project, hope to finish body work and interior this winter.
[ATTACH] My Dad and his 36 leaving Fort Lewis after being discharged form the Army I believe in 1946. Heading home for first time in about 4 years.
[ATTACH] Borrowed from Hamb, was told it's a 3" chop. I like it!
Here's mine, sorry it's a typical rolled pan. It is removable with button head allens from each side to access gas tank connections.[ATTACH]
Hydraulic pressure sw in rear brake line, works great.
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