The Jalopy Journal
[ATTACH] Same owner since 1965
Do any of you folks have any pics of your hood props?
There must be something interesting for the butterfly hood sides
on the 41 Chevys
I have some early Chevy P/car hubs and chrome backing plates that I would like for them to go to a good home
No shipping pick up in Tucson N side...
Well what happened with the Corvette?
Who makes " Corvette race car " bodies, or bodies to fit a Corvette chassis?
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Rejoice in Paradise Pete.
Your work will live on "forever"
Following this one!
I have changed washers, placed all 5 and no change
Changed the outlet fitting to a different size to change GPH no change
My buddy died and left his finished bucket list item for his widow to liquidate
He talked about building the Beismeyer flat bottom for 20 years,...
For real close work with a rattle can I have used a straw from WD-40 can if you have the right nozzle on the rattle can
The last C/S bushing we removed we used White Bread!
Just find a bolt the same size (close) and keep packing with a hammer
Less of a mess to clean...
Don'r forget the vacuum secondary on the Holley............... was it opening under WOT!
We have a 33 Plymouth 2 door with a 383 Mopar and are looking at radiators
What are you folks using for cooling these V-8
Are there some better...
Wheel mounting axle flange, or backing plate flange?
I have been using it for over 50 years for for internal and external use on 2 stroke and 4 stroke engines,
I use it in gas when storing a car for...
Wheel bearings only good for two years?
What is the axle width wheel mounting to wheel mounting on a 56
2 dor 6 cyl
We have a complete drive train from a 33 Plymouth sedan with a good running engine if you would like to talk to us?
Anybody know where I can find the filler strip ( I don't know what it is called) on a 46 1/2 T grill, it is between the small upper grill and the...
If my name was Gene Kirkwood I would be at your door for that Corvette!
As the owner of a C-1 & C-2 numbers cars for the past 49 years you have...
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..............Ahhh, shaving cream with Lanalin, makes a good cleaner
Build your 350 that you have and match it to the rear gear ratio, to "your speed"
AC 44 or 45 is what I use in my 327, if you have room a re- curved HEI will make a big difference with a vacuum full time
It sounds like a air pocket and you are reading steam temp
Looking for a "44 inch" hood and side curtains for this 33 Plymouth
1933 Plymouth 2 door coupe in progress IFS Ford 9" 360 727 looking for a 44" hood and sides, have a good 6 cylinder,r and front and rear...
Is there anything you would have done different?
How is the ride?
Thank You Very Much.
I will refer this info to Yogi, and keep your post for further information.
This is for my "old " neighbor who is building a hot rod and I know who to ask !!!
Pictures would be very much accepted.
Boy, OH Boy that says a lot !!!
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