The Jalopy Journal
Nice job, as usual.
Sure Andy will make a nice driving thing :P
I hope your garage is heated.
It's coming ! :)
J ai pensé a toi suite a l'achat de mon nouvel ami :P
Mais je l'appelle Squeekie.
Just restoring a Firestone 3.6 1955 for now :P
My house still smell fresh primer.
But I prefer the Johnson AT-10.
Mais une Frégate mérite ca :)
38 Coupé. No, unfortunately I don't have it anymore, neither my Rambler Ambassador 66 ...
Bad thinks happen, and I don't even have my house :)
Nice to see this project still going ! :D
I don't read The Hamb as much as I did before, but hopefuly there are mail notifications :)
Keep on the...
Oil works with no smoke when the furnace is hot.
Well. Just think about your question ...
The shrinkage for aluminium is 1/8 for one foot.
One foot is 12 inches, so 96 x 1/8.
A 96 x 1/8 part...
Just make the pattern bigger :)
1954 chevy rear bumper guard
I live in Canada, but came from France.
I was once asked if my car comes from France too.
It was a 1966 American Motor made in Ontario :)
Nice job Moose.
Whatever we use Gimp or Photoshop ...
Nice welds :)
Not as bright as I'dlike ..
Quick and dirty mix :)
With not as much orange on the wheels maybe.
To make cores, I've been using a mix if sand and linseed oil, baked in the oven.
It works perfectly.
I did a few Photoshop a while ago. If the others don't want money, I will take it.
PM for details :)
I think quite the same, Rusty.
It may be funny debunking this :D
Nice research Rusty !
It seems that finding the real location in the picture is difficult ...
Here s an idea from another forum (AOMCI, antique outboards) I also asked :
I'll bet it's goverment housing for defense factory workers during...
Yes, the alien thing is the funny part :)
I love those kind of things and pseudo-history.
In case you are interested, I made some researches about...
Trailer park in France in 1956.
They are not the same kind.
Nice find !
Sames trailers .
And no transformers ...
Thanks, it may help.
In North America, yes, but in Europe the voltage at the pole is already 220 volt, so you don't see any transformers like here.
I don't see any transformer on the poles ...
Shouldn't we see some ?
So the picture may come from Europe, as they use 220 volts directly ...
Right Squirrel, the pictures comes from here :)
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