The Jalopy Journal
First one helped put nailhead in a 41 Ford coupe. That made the 327 replacing the 265 in my 57 seem like childs play!
That's nice... I usually get gun stuff....
Hey, that looks really good!
Thanks for posting... I like the Victoria!
RIP... Don't take your friends and mentors for granted!
Been very fortunate to make some good deals...maybe the best was trading my very stock and clean '66 Caprice 396 car foe my buddies '65 Vette. '68...
One of the guys in HS had a 63 1/2 light blue...a really clean car, powered 406-405 4spd 3.50 gear.
It ran exceptionally well!
Yes, My driving style... not fair to blame the car. Like people blaming guns for killing people. Guns like cars are inanimate. It is the operator!...
Good read this morning! Which evokes the question " Could they be that dumb?"
There is a reason breathing is a reflex.....
I think the December '66 issue of Hot Rod magazine solidified it....
That was a cool way to start my day....Thanks!
Had a 55 Victoria for a while 292 w/ a Fenton shifted 3 spd in the floor. Was a decent ride. Local guy had a Black 56 Victoria with 427 and...
I can imagine the result of me making a like statement @ the VA this afternoon.....
Smart, cute, and talented....
Summer of '70 I was pumping gas for summer money. I bought '57 210 sedan from a Navy guy on leave $200. Pretty decent car with a broken 265, new...
Hot Rod but admire the effort put forth on a custom!
That is the look!
That is a lot like the Suburban I had at at FT Carson in the 70's.
But the engine swap was much more primitive...Yours has turned out well!
Cool car and a great family project. The roof turned out well...
Every once in a while you win one..looks like you did!
If it hooks it will start breaking parts...axles, carrier caps, and the center bearing in the driveshaft.
Here's a shot of Bill Bagshaw's Red Light Bandit:...
Thinking about you and yours...
This may help you see the difference in housings:
Thanks, for sharing...we were going...but. crap happens.
Thanks for posting...
Thanks for the PICS
They were great!
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