The Jalopy Journal
Shitty way to run a business - if they don't care, sooner or later no one will care about them
Good from far but far from good
i remembered them as 292 chevys
i saw the early car too once i looked - didnt seem to last long or have the "later" lettering like the stock or drag cars
I could be wrong too, but isnt it weird having a Shelby powered by HM? I mean, wern't they competitors?
His name isn't Jake Lancer is it?
Completely New/rebuilt - NEW Posi Unit, NEW Gears, New Bearings - "Late" Stronger Webbed Case - Never installed, Perfect mesh on the gears,...
by '77 ford went back to flat tops and a normal deck height on the 302 due to new cylinder heads with 69cc chambers that were shared with the...
my buddy recently responded to an add for a '54 chevrolet........you guessed it......ended up a vette and he was lucky enough to be the first one...
of course, these stickers all over the pipes didn't stop me [ATTACH]
......in the garage - my first time ever after working on cars in the northeast for the past 30+ years.
late this past summer, a buddy asks if I...
I always thought it was a safety thing mandated in CA.......I know the tri-fives had "one piece" frames there too rather than the welded together...
set up for push/pull steering - to use that drag link location you would need a reversed corvair or mustang box......but look into cross steering...
Big Block in a '55 Chevy - I distinctly remember standing in the engine compartment swinging a large sledge hammer to "clearance" the firewall
IIRC the color was inspired by a royal triton oil can
He Definitely had a great eye[ATTACH]
bump - looking for sbf (302) intake manifold and a 4bbl carb as well as a distributor....
Thats funny right there.......cheaters will ALWAYS find a way
+1 on Carl Munroe's book (RIP Carl) - He was a GREAT guy - his kids run the business now (TSR Racing in Keene, NH) and thats where I get my stuff...
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