The Jalopy Journal
a Y-Block would be nice, or a 331 poly !
+1 for steel wheels, nice pilothouse in the background too
welcome to the forum, if you use the search button you might find alot of threads with what you are looking for, here is one that might help you...
i'll be there !
cant wait to see more pictures of this build, making me want to keep my flat 6 !
roberts motor parts carries alot of hard to find parts as well
it looks to me that it might be part of the '55 chrysler grill, im assuming the ovals were parking lights/turn signals
i belive the moog part number is
8453b(metal bushings) or 8453n(nylon bushings) with a pin size of .8730x5.375
8454b or 8454n with a pin...
FOR THE WIN.....right?...
more! seen this in person when mike was kind enough to rewire my truck, i must say this thing is beautiful !
i like the use of the '60 mercury rear section !
will be there saturday night sleeping in my friends 60 merc montery haha, hoping to find a few parts this time !
damn mike, bitchin work !
"just EXPLORE! suprises are around every corner!!! and if you see a punk band called NO NAME or Demerit playing while your in town go support...
bitchin' vision !
northgate during the week, la blanquita at lunch and Omanas on weekends !
+1 Chinaman in the group heh
been going for the past 3 years and has been real good fun, but like mackster says, try to get there before 8 last year i got there about 7 and...
damn laidout ive always loved your pilothouse, mine wants to grow up to be like yours haha
my first shot at working on a car, as of right now rebuild the wheel cylinders. im having alot of fun and im learning soo much :D i just...
beautiful work, cant wait to see the finished product !
beautiful ! the lines are just perfecto !
holy cow, im jealous!
wilcap makes an adapter
wow, thats some awesome work !
haha thanks pop, well i havent seen much of these done up, im planning to keep the flat 6 in it maybe put a 2x1 in it lower it a little and just...
Hello everyone, after a year or so of saving up i got lucky and finally bought my first project car my 1951 dodge pickup, ive been lurking here...
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