The Jalopy Journal
That's at New England Dragway in Epping New Hampshire
When I first built this I had a 5" dropped axle in it[ATTACH]
I had this happen with a bike I bought in Ct. when the PO registered it somewhere along the way somebody screwed up the Vin and nobody ever caught...
Sorry my stuff is apart and no floors or firewall in body.
I have a 1939 frame and a 1940 frame and the difference is in the front frame horns and the front spring mounts that attach to them.
Here's one on a Ford at York back in the 80's
When I had my 32 the swing out windshield worked good but the cowl vent really cooled off your feet and legs, especially if you got a lot of heat...
Photograph (2) by twolane1956 posted Nov 11, 2009 at 9:00 PMNEW PAINT 010 by twolane1956 posted Feb 12, 2012 at 9:15 PM
I've got an old syncrowave 300, it was old when I got it over 20 years ago and have had zero issues with it. And cheaper than new.
Yes, when I first built my car 16 years ago I had that nose on it.
That scoop looks familiar, did you get that nose from Brian Chaplin?
How about a yellow 55 Chevy called ambrosia?
Baron, I'm not sure. Have to ask Ray next time I see him.
I drove buy that gas station last week and was wondering what ever happened to the Vette.
Ray "Fireball" Smith owns or did own the 55, it was for...
Wow that is a serious bumper/weight bar on that car.
Here's one all done . For sale on Craigslist in Maine.
Here's one that I am finishing for a friend
There is one of these Moxie cars at Clarks Trading Post in New Hampshire.
Not sure if this truck is HAMB friendly, it looks like he's got billet 24's with rubber band tires. Maybe it's a Pro-Tourer from the 20's. LOL
Here ya go....
Mine is a pin on. Sorry I dont know the weight of the windshield. I did have mine under 3000 lbs with a big block.
I weighed my trunk lid and doors when I went to glass. The lid was 52 lbs and the hinges and springs were another 7 for a total of 59 lbs the...
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