The Jalopy Journal
No. 1 without the visor and nice hubcaps
Please keep us informed I'd like to convert my electric to mechanical also
Heres my taildragger / kid hauler
CAR 2 by jamcoupe posted Jul 21, 2017 at 3:18 PM
Heres my 47 Mercury I pieced together. I can't stop driving it long enough to make any more progress :)[IMG]
I’m working on a 1947 Mercury Convertible and I’m ready to install the windshield. Can someone tell me if the convertible has a different center...
1941 Cadillac Four door fastback.
I do have a trunk lid but needs hinges.
I believe any 46-48...
1938 Chevy 2 door sedan (red color) Complete original body on rolling chassis with Chevy 10-bolt rear end. Will include a new set of...
1937 Chevy 2 door sedan (color grey) on S-10 Chassis with disc brake front and drum rear. Complete suspension and steering ready to...
Sorry maybe the other engine was a 230 or 250 as mentioned.
6narow A 235 that I had purchased picked up already this stock chromed intake already on it. After I got my 292 I realized it was the same intake...
I gotta 292 with a camaro V8 T5 going in my 47 Mercury project. It's a tight squeeze!
I'm also intrested in this. I hope someone can help.
We'll I picked up the front half of a rusty convertible and have started the conversion. I didn't get the back half of the car but did get the...
Thanks for the info guys! I'm hoping someone with a original convertible can add some pictures of the bracing mentioned above.
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I picked up a 47 Mercury Coupe and I'm leaning towards building a carson top custom with it. I'm looking for some information about the extra...
Roofs looking great Jim!
Thanks Mo! Fleetline is moving along slowly, but I did manage get the passenger side door and quarter panel stripped and...
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I like continental kits on some cars but this one is so wrong, however the rest of the car is very cool!
Heres an updated pic of mine that was shown in post #5.
Car looks great Jer! How low can you go before you have to notch the frame?
How much did it lower the car?
Sids Looks like they way to go. Thanks
Mudsliger this is for a car.
I have pick up a 1947 Mercury Coupe and I'm looking at using a 3" raised 41-48 Ford Front crossmember from Speedway to lower the front of it....
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