The Jalopy Journal
I met Tex at the NHRA Museum a few years ago. I was sitting by the back door monitoring people going back and forth to the GNRS. Wally Parks was...
Ivo drove his FI Nailhead to Oakland way back when, but then he can afford the gas
Before I left Utah for Tahoe in 70, I sold a full fendered '32 Chevy 3 window with a nailhead. After I moved to So Cal from Tahoe I sold my '68...
I like the idea of parsley sprigs to keep away tigers, here in LA, ya never know
We're hopping Vic is OK!!
Found an ad on Craigslist for a roadster project at a time when I had "extra" cash.
I remember following the build in R and C. Still have most of the articles. Would be killer with Suburu flat 4.
When Mike Cox had the Glass House, his delivery was a rolling business card. He retired, but still has it, sans advertising.
I've been working on my Chevy lowboy for about 5 years, or is it 10?
Just love the way that sits, low, great rake, hope mine comes anywhere near...
Progress pictures of Brizio building the Cloy Deuce. Who said money can't buy happiness? Nice car car!!...
the first picture is the "real good start" on a hot rod
Seeing where you work on your rod takes away my excuse for not going to my garage tonight at 55F
My favorite hot rod
Channeled roadster with a nailhead? Ain't that what it's all about?
it was in an annual that R and C did. Complete article. I have it buried somewhere, if I remember, I'll see if I can locate it. Chip's dad did...
Took these at Hot Rod Reunion last year. Ed's a great guy. Run into him now and then, like SEMA last year and sat with him at the NHRA finals...
what can I say, it's a lowboy
kinda late to announce get together in May, was it good?
he had a couple funny stories about it too
I drew that car in Jr High School, circa 1963
When the 75 Deuces for the 75th anniversary were shown at the GNRS, there was a baby blue roadster, looks like Austin's. Took a while to find it....
needed a universal for it, tried the one for a Vega box, bingo!
So, most of the talk has been about fire breathers that are street driven, my question is this: basically stock 305/350 in light street roadster....
I'm not to the point of having to worry about it yet, but I seem to remember that back in the "good ol' days" they would use 10" Vega converters
I'll be danged, I put the old Chevy arm on a Corvair box. It fit! Maybe if I could have found the 'vair arm, I would have tried it first. I've...
I picked up a Ross box at LA Roadsters swap meet last weekend. The guy had 3 10 gallon drums of them. He told me they came of of 3 wheeled mail...
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