The Jalopy Journal
:) Nice project! Keep us posted on the progress.
:D Nice truck.
I lost my wife suddenly four years ago, it may not seem like it now but you will get through it. You have many friends here if you need to talk.
She was a wonderful woman, you were truly blessed to have her in your life.
So sorry for your loss.
:) Cool looking trike. Great job on the restoration! That little boy is going to have a blast.
50 miles maximum distance, 50 mph maximum speed unless you want to test your liability insurance coverage. :eek:
:rolleyes: I know it isn't hamb friendly but a 1966 Shelby Cobra roadster.
:eek: Good for display purposes only. I wouldn't risk trying to drive on them.
:( Lose the adapters before you lose a wheel.
:) I like it!
:) Yep. Definitely a keeper!
:( So sorry for your loss.
:) Yes he was, he is the one who got me started. He could work on most anything and especially loved old cars. I remember him working on...
:) Use the idea and when you receive compliments on the work give the credit to the other builder for the idea.
:) Find a salvageable rear clip from a wreck and make a sofa for a man cave.
:D Model A (some assembly required)
:) Looks good, keep the progress pictures coming.
Nice looking project, I wouldn't touch the roof.
We did this to a new troop when I was in service, sent a new kid to the parts counter for the part and the person behind the counter was female....
:( Sorry for the loss of your friend.
It will buff out :D
:) I am working on an old Model A truck and have always loving working on vintage machinery of all kinds. When I finish my truck it will be my...
I have used the peanut butter trick many times, the oil in the peanut butter softens the tar so it will wipe off and isn't hard on the wax or the...
:D Creamy Peanut Butter. apply to tar, let set overnight and wipe off in the morning, Its a trick I learned about over thirty years ago. And...
:) Best Wishes to a classy lady. She is one of the nicest ladies you will ever meet.
Change them. The material is like a sponge, the fluid will soak in and will never fully come out and will continue to leach out and you can end up...
Looks like a fun project with lots of potential. Good luck with it
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