The Jalopy Journal
I'm anal......I'm using the one I have to offset the front carb back for alternator clearance....I want one to offset the rear carb forward.
Looking for one of these. Not sure who the manufacturer is. Could not find any markings on it. My Father had it in his stash of Flathead parts....
My Father and I are restoring the Sister car (Circle 3) to the Orchid colored V8 car in these pictures. The V8 car was driven by Al Ketter. He...
Update time..... We mounted the roadster on our rotisserie and rolled the old girl on her side so we can work on the underside.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]...
The car has the original upholstery from when it was built in the late 50's. Amazingly it is pretty much all there and in very good condition....
Here are a few more pictures of our progress. This car was originally a coupe that the top had been damaged beyond repair. So my Dad took it off...
Same color. We are even kicking around using Lacquer instead of Enamel paint.
Thank You, everyone, for the kind words and encouragement! My Father and I have been tossing around the idea of doing this for the past few...
Fenders will stay on the car. They were actually made from a couple of continental kits that my dad cut up. We are painting it the same color....
We had to repair the deck lid back in the early 80's....something fell on it while it was in storage. Then we re-painted the grill shell and the...
Sorry for my absence the past couple of years. Been busy working on a non Hot Rod, car project. But I'm back!
As many of you are aware, my...
Great Thread! Updates Please!
Check out our Hot Rod and my Dad's story behind it on page 25.
Very Cool! What was the music?
KEV...How come none of the presents under your tree are wrapped?
Have you tried a pair of Rabbit ears? :-)
Cool! Check out this month's Popular Hot Rodding...they did a weekend makeover on a late 60's Valiant 2 door that's the same color, or close to it.
Mine, like most of your's, is constantly changing.
Currently it is a picture I shot of the Falcon emblem on our recently painted 1964 Convertible.
Bump to the top for ideas from the night time crowd.
Here is a picture of the underside. The single exhaust is pretty small, and it shares the center tunnel with the driveshaft.
Following this build!
Love this lin in one of your posts:
...I'm going to have to rummage through the shop and see what I have for ebayable...
Possibly an industrial engine of some sort?
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