The Jalopy Journal
Smitty, you know I could use some parts off of that coupe.
Winduptoy, working on a Stanley I see.
And it's possible to adapt the BW overdrive to the hydramatic as well.
jk, do you have plans for it?
You might find it in a barracuda or challenger
There's a channel on YouTube called Pakistani truck channel and they do all kinds of work on trucks from relining clutches rebuilding whole...
I'd say you've got a lincoln y block there. Probably a 302 or 332.
Seems like they're all out of corvettes. I didn't know they made so many.
So you had it setup the way you just described then added the rear bar.
Brad, good to see updates. The body looks much better already. Can't wait to see how it turns out.
I would think it goes thru the toeboard. That hole on the passenger side is quite likely for an old manifold heater. There are many Model A...
@hardtimesainit is the rest of your suspension on your roadster stock? What size wheels and tires are you using? Thanks, Joe
Ned, early Chevy spindles were used on Ts to lower them back in the day. I also seem to remember AMC spindles that were 2 piece being used to...
Conrad, Ford went to that open drum style in 1931. They are the "normal" drums for a 1935 Ford. They were also made in the later wide 5 bolt...
I think there were 2 different stick bells a 3 speed one and a 4 speed one that had different bolt patterns. The 4 speed having your standard GM...
Offset, that's Eloise Coulter
Roadcraft makes a bellhousing to bolt the T-5 to the Buick 215/Rover V8s.
Squirrel, Yes something along those lines. First put the bellhousing against the block and see if anything matches up or is close. It may be...
[ATTACH] Might have a chance modifying this if you really have to have the Hydramatic. Its a Rolls Royce bellhousing.
Transdapt also made a 4 speed bellhousing for the 215 at one time. I bought one probably 30 yrs ago. You may find one of those.
squirrel, don't the 53-55 vette pumpkins fit that housing? Not that they're easy to find or cheap, but I thought they fit. Could be mistaken.
@Six Ball @Stogy I wish that was mine. Looks to be one of the stock block formula Studebaker Indy cars around 31-32. Keep the cool cars coming.
Eloise Coulter for those who were wondering.
SR100, I think I've seen that car in an old popular mechanics or possibly popular science one of those type magazines anyway.
Paul, any idea how many issues they put out?
Lippy, I seem to remember Lazze working on one in a number of his classes.
Mr48chev, Try J&G, they reline aluminum drums and they also arc shoes to match drums as well as repairing broken fins on aluminum drums.
1990 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham had 12 inch rear drums with 5x5 pattern.
Stogy, Vern Houle was working at a Ford dealer in 1938 and someone brought in a Riley roadster in as a trade. Him and Jack Henry bought it...
[ATTACH] Stogy, this isn't one of those reversed frames. It was built by Vern Houle and Jack Henry of the Road Runners from an English Riley. 221...
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