The Jalopy Journal
I believe it weighed 1200 lbs.
TMAN, I like your website and your description of compulsion. Tho others can describe the love of cars and design better than me.
HRM2K Yes on the oil filter, I mounted the alternator in front of the crank harmonic balancer, then a motorcycle oil filter in front of that...
One more cruzin' down the road.
I built that car in about 71' or 72' in Chicago then moved to Ca. Lots of fun got lots of recognition. Then sold it, new owner and Dan Woods added...
Back to HOT RODS I think I have a little swoop going on.
By the way, its FOR SALE.
I knew your dad back in the 60's also. Say hi for me Don Kendall, thanks.
I moved from Chicago to California working with Dan Woods. There I sold the car and Woods redid it painting it black adding brass radiator shell...
The Corvair engine on the cover of Hot Rod was not the engine I used only my inspiration.
Additional photos. By the way my profile 28, roadster is FOR SALE. Have to btt
Back in 1973 I built this T bucket, took it to the Tulsa Nationals and won best engineered out of 2400 cars. All Corvair mechanicals front engine...
By the way it's FOR SALE
Ray Scarlatta 1945-2013 Chicago- Las Vegas good buddy
I built this car in 1965.
Without the bed is cleaner but does create a gas tank problem .
56' Olds rear end and 64' Buick Riviera taillights on my old bucket.
One more on the road.
Was trying to find construction shots, this is all I found.
Catch me if you can.
Its for sale.
What about urethane bushings that sgueek?
Chuck striped my Corvair roadster at the 73' Tulsa nationals for free cause he liked it. Later I put a v8 Chev in a 47 chev for him. Jerry...
I can build but I can't write. Very well said, all of you.
Nimrod was my inspiration on this one. By the way its for sale in the classifieds cars for sale.
What you have is just fine, you don' have to follow the trends. Have fun!
Early photo R+C 1967
My t-buckets 60's,70's.
426" Plymouth Ramcharger pushbutton torqueflite
Corvair front motor. A little different.
I will be 73 in another month, bought my first r+c mag in 1953 and havn't stopped yet. My friends that have hair, its grey.
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