The Jalopy Journal
We were fortunate to run two cars in the Brian Redman Reunion, at Elkhart Lake in 2008. This was during Lola's 50th anniversary celebration,...
I'm thinking shocks... Tighten the extension on the left rear and tighten the compression on the right. The input of the drive shaft into the rear...
Back to the top. Give this a look guys.
Not a tough part to make. Take a look here http://www.burnsstainless.com/ go to aluminum tube and look at the bends. Buy the appropriate bend...
What type and temper material is he making the hood from?
We use a lot of them at work, in vintage road race cars. No problems at all, they seem to be made very well. We usually use...
Looking good Scott. Drop by if you get over this way.
Thanks for the info.... I've always wanted to know how it's done.
I wound up with some of Chuck Manning's files after the passing of his wife last year. Among the papers are some sketches and photos of...
Short version...Storing the oil in a tank, rather than the pan, so the crank and rods don't have to go through the oil, thus freeing up some HP....
Thanks for the responses. I'll give them a call.
I need some patch panels for my project. C&G Early Ford Parts lists all the panels I need. I have never had any dealings with them, and was...
Any info on this car, or AV Speed Center, please?
I was going to suggest removing the shackle bolts to lower the rear end so you could remove the tire. I looked at the picture again... and don't...
I have my AC/DC Lincoln set up for scratch start TIG, with a water cooler. My current project chassis is being built with it. Works fine.
I washed my own shop rags in an old used washer with cold water. I used Tide detergent. Then hung them to dry. I used those paper rags in a box...
W/SA..... "W" is the highest I have seen. "Timothy Turtle" Pinto Wagon, National Record Holder, from the pacific north west.
I'll be there on Saturday.
That looks like Mike, Dick's brother behind the wheel.
I'll be there in half an hour.... anybody else?
Yes...thats the idea. and the pipe tool will come in handy for something else. What have you got to lose?
Given that you have the buck already, I think I would try this....take two steel tubes slightly longer than your part, put them parallel to each...
My current project is definitely not an era correct car. However it is definitely mid to late sixties inspired. Sixties drag racing got the hook...
Can you tell me the year this photo was taken? Do you have any other photos from Palmdale International Raceway? It was Antelope...
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