The Jalopy Journal
Shot you a PM, but you might also want to look at flipping the rear axle up on top of the springs...with the rest of the truck low it might not...
just finished the traditional week of the nationals thrash to get things driveable. going to the host hotel to sign up this afternoon
Fantastic.... both your work and the road trip.
Hats off to you sir!
My dad used to tell me a story about when he was in college (late 1950's) when he and my grandfather went in together on a mild custom 54 Chevy...
Never miss it. hopefully I'll be driving the truck but its been misbehaving so I might be rolling in my O/T 71 AMX
bump with price drop: $450 plus shipping
Bump with pics
I have a set of Coker Classic Redline Radials.
Never mounted, new condition
2 are 225/75R15
2 are 225/75R14
Will ship on your dime
This is one of my favorite threads. Keep up the good work!
I think it great as is...although if you are chomping at the bit to change something, I think that it would look awesome with skinny whitewalls...
I installed the speedway kit on my 55 and was happy with the performance until the sand leftover from casting the rotor shook loose and munched...
I have had good luck with USC Pro Gold, sands nice and seems to hold up well (no problems with shrinkage :)).
Just read through the whole thread...love both the square bird and the bullet. You guys make me want to co out to the shop end start tinkering...
I used the CPP power booster/master cylinder setup and the front disc conversion from mid fifty (or speedway, I can't recall). Pedal effort is...
I am also using a no limit kit on my 55 f100. It works well. (although I don't like the look of the billet roller mount pieces, will come up with...
I am running coker classic L78-15's on the rear of my 55 f100, five years and 7000 miles with no problems so far
I bet that officer died of radiation posioning
turns out lacquer thinner will burn off before actually burning your skin
( yes there was a fair amount of PBR consumed in the making of this...
Looks like a Foresight Industries Indy 500 wheel
hmmm...never mind, the recesses in the spokes are different...looks cragar-ish to me
Ryan, just enjoying the new look here and must say its very nice. Also wanted to let you know that your "atomic industry" link in your signature...
my 1955 F100[ATTACH]
Spyder trim rings from Rally America (alliance vendors)
I changed my tank in my 55 f100 for 3 reasons...
1. I didn't care for the look of the stock filler neck behind the driver's door.
I've still got mine....
not a hardtop but you get the idea
3-4 inch photosection and lowered
I used some 1949 Kaiser tail lights I found online.
I bet that could get a little hairy:eek:
I wouldn't think so but there are a lot of variables that could be effecting things in the system, especially if someone had their fingers in it...
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