The Jalopy Journal
chin up young fellow! I have worked at a coal mine for over 3 decades, 14 hours a day(including a hours commute each way) I have all the projects...
very easy to drop the pressure in the g.m. pump... the less washers in the valve the more pressure...1 washer for really heavey cars\trucks. max...
i've done that grad thing a couple of times...talk about stealing the show!, other relitives spring for a big streached limo, i pulled up in the...
whatever makes it good for you!
2 x 2' s are nasty looking but eat the go go juice...3 x2's look neater in my opinion, don't overfuel as bad and...
this seems to be o.k. for my car!
14" on the front...15" on the back, pretty standard combo...
if its older wiring, it'll be a blown fusible link! gm used to run these
undersize wire so that if you had a voltage spike the fusable link would...
on 2 4barrels
growing up is a state of mind, hotrodding is not caring about growing up! welcome aboard!
mine's a 29 plymouth, all steel no wood! years ahead of the other manufactures!
i use a product called autosol (napa) its a paste,seems to work o.k.!:)
144 in total, when i had the car appraised a couple of years ago the appraiser was quoting me $4.50 each, but thats only :)canuck bucks!
my 1929 plymouth 4 door weighs in at 3540 lbs sbc up front, ford 9" in the rear
with a load of fuel on board it has a 50-50 weight distribution....
are they roch 2 jet carbs?
check out mp brakes! a friend has a '59 edsel ranger, everything from that supplier fit properly albeit tight.
the biggest thing is the 14' rims!...
more 29 plymouth sedan
just bought mine from speedway, under $200.00 bucks! with throttle linkage!
seems no matter where i park the "road zombies" will soon be there
zombie #1: nice 32 duce you've got there!
me: nope, i'll give you two more...
what is sanity?
lost mine years ago....welcome aboard!
welcome from canuck land!
nothing wrong with fiberglass, trying to find vintage steel from the 30's is impossible, that makes you the next best...
welcome to the planet! you'll like this place!
this ones a 29 plymouth, almost finished!
if i can ever get room in my shop:mad:
the 1936 chev master is next.,i'll keep that one stock!
the speedway kit worked for me!, runs like a charm, no fuel leaks!
still digging thru mu picks!
some people call it the road to the sun?!
these type of buses are still hauling tourists. fully updated though.
well worth the trip!!
the m2 power rack likes a max of 700 psi, the gm pump can run upwards of
1200 psi! makes the car feel a little skittish on the road, also it can...
thanx guys, just adding to my wish list!:)
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