The Jalopy Journal
That’s for fiberglass.
The original question was when was header wrap originally invented.
I’d like to know. .
I’ve been a member here for a long time. For a while, I was part of the HAMB alliance. I’ve got some old shirts and dash plaques to prove it.
A Model A was great for the time. But it's a rickety and shaky car to drive.
A '32 is a sold car. A smoother engine, in either V8 or 4-banger....
And C9 will always be short for Jay Carnine.
Sorry for bumping such an old post.
I want to try painting with smoke without the greasy stuff acetylene puts out.
Any tips since 2005?
It does. Good point.
You have to get Oxygen and Acetylene anyways. A torch outfit from Sears or some other place is fairly cheap. I'd start...
I'm building my own Strat, and I'm thinking about pinstriping it.
The guitar itself is perfect. All of the curves are just right. The...
Hahahaha! Yes we did!
And no, I can't make it this weekend.
I hope it's a great event!
I got it. Your run is scheduled for October, but the May event is just around the bend, which is why it was on my mind.
I have to confess: I was...
Why aren't the other regularly scheduled events being held?
This can't be successful for the state. It can't be going well, although maybe most people don't care.
I might also want to title a Cobra-type...
Are you sure that there's no number that could be used as a VIN? How did the army keep track of its maintainence?
I think that in addition to...
I won't either. I tried two, and they didn't last long.
And another question: on some sidecars it looks like the bike was lowered, but the sidecar is sailing high in the sky. Sometimes pointed up...
I'm thinking about getting a sidecar rig, but I need some advice.
Around here, there are a lot of police sidecar rigs that get sold when...
So they haven't backed off yet?
It looks good with those hood sides, too. Kinda like a more upscale 1930s car.
Here's what I've learned:
1) Know EXACTLY what your state wants for a title, and either have one when you start your project, or be prepared to...
I think that's very cool.
Now I want a 160!
Thanks for the links to those sites. I just spent a good amount of time in the past.
My dad grew up in Detroit. I live in Pittsburgh. It's...
Very nice build journal, Fred. That should be good inspiration to the poster from Columbus!
That's very nice work, especially with a drill press and carefully measured MDF. It looks like you used a milling machine. Very nice.
Thanks for the clarification about two wheels needed to be pulled.
And you're completely right. The dealership would throw the mechanic to the...
I have to say: I know I sound like I'm whining, but this dealership is asking for trouble with the stuff they pass off onto people who don't know...
I just got a newish car back from a dealership that was in for Pennsylvania state inspection and emissions. It's an OBDII, so OT.
Nicely done, damnfingers.
What wheels are those?
They make O1 oil hardened tool steel in big enough diameters. Anneal it, and you can turn it in your lathe easily. Harden it, and it'll be...
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