The Jalopy Journal
Welcome Cory, glad you made it over here, now we have to get taterjuice over here.
Brandon from SMF
Dont know if this has been suggested but when i was stationed in England, i bought a new car and had it imported into the country, i had to have...
If I were to do it i would try to find a 72 frame with disks on it, with the 72 you still get the coil spring rear and disks on the front.
great test, got an 84, freekin chrysler products
get a big can of dry coffee creamer, open it and put it in a sealed container with the books, try not to stack them on top on each other, the dry...
check out Friendship Auto Salvage, right down rte 70, last time i was in there they has several 64-66 chevy trucks in there couple in decent shape...
we put one on a golf cart at work, the only way we could get it to run was to run the fuel thru it, golf cart was the fastest arround till the...
cocoa scrub works good
Welcome from New Jersey, originally from Haworth OK.
that is awesome
Welcome fron East Brunswick
I would never rattle can primer again, did it to a 61 Falcon in Phoenix then took it to Oklahoma, didnt look to perty after a while.
IMO they look good without the chop.
Welcome from New Jersey, I'm originally from South Eastern corner of Oklahoma, Broken Bow, Idabell area.
Found it when looking for HEI conversion for my 56 Chevy wagon.
Thanks a million guys, 216/235 intake and fenton headers.
6inarow, I'll keep ya posted on my build.
I have a 56 235 in my 56 2 door wagon, I want to go to a dual carb set up and can only find (in my price range) intakes for the 216 and earlier...
Thanks Rusty, looking for dual carb, have stock.
Is the 216 intake interchangeable with the 235 out of a 56 Chevy sedan.
Need to find out soon and this place is full of the people that know....
Welcome from New Jersey, originally from Southeastern corner of Oklahoma.
If it were me I would try to convince the customer to keep the original mill and inject that, as far as a rear with disks, go for an exploder...
Caddy in a Chevy but not the other way around.
Welcome from Jersey.
Welcome from East Brunswick
Welcome from New Jersey, I lived outside of Cambridge for 3 years.
Im a vehicle mechanic in the Air Force, not involved with a car club, but when we have people leaving the shop either getting out of the military...
I once used a nail in the brake line after blowing a wheel cyl on my '66 Chevy truck, rebuilt the wheel cyls as soon as I got the $$ to do so....
Welcome from East Brunswick.
Welcome from Jersey, its been a while since Ive been to Atco, friends go there all the time.
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