The Jalopy Journal
Just reread this thread and decided to give it a bump for those that may not have seen it the first time around.
There were a couple things I'd...
Flat as a pancake? where's that rabbit photo.
Not stock, but have you talked to @Metaltwister here on the HAMB? He makes some nice seats.
I've heard that story before and the 428 was actually a 426 but that number and 427 were already taken by other engines. Gosh I love the sixties!...
One thing, mud daubers. Otherwise leave 'em open.
Rats, wedges and cammers! Only in America, what a day!
Don't think I'd do it. You want to keep it as flat as possible and then what about the grit from the paper. Sounds like you really want to take it...
That's the same spot that confused me. Maybe one of the more knowledgeable members can explain it.
If you've got a box that's 4 turns lock to...
So where does the Donovan 417 fit into all this?
1 & 3/4 turns to the right with 2 & 1/4 to the left. That's 4 turns lock to lock and why I wondered if you'd actually found the center of the box...
Like a B400 Ford, or more like a modern convertible?
^^^ I really like the channeled '32. Don't see many with the tank still in it's OE location. It'd be nice to see what was done to the frame to...
After turning the wheel, without the linkage attached, all the way to the right then counting the turns to take the wheel all the way to the left....
I've thought about selling the 325 in the basement several times. But, I'd hate myself in the morning if I ever did.
From the interior side of the metal firewall to the engine side of the steering wheel.
My Starrett Precision Tape comes up with 28 & 7/16" of...
So basically the length of the column inside the vehicle to were it meets the wheel. Think I can do that. On mine the wood floor boards aren't...
Happy elephant day to you, but what about the pachyderms out there? Maybe they should have their own days in February and March?
This is not the first time I've looked at your question and am still not sure of the measurement your looking for. Of course I'm easily confused....
Careful there, don't bite the hand that's feeding you.
You've been a member here since 2007 and you sound like you joined yesterday.
He posted earlier this week, I believe, about being hacked and not to respond to emails from him. Don't know where that thread is now.
^^^ Now that's nice!
Bump for this question.
I like the detail of the front bumper. Looks thought out and not just slapped on because it's required. Same goes for the fenders.
That hood looks a might long. Anyone know what's under the hood?
I'm proud of you guys never once did anyone tell the op to do a search.
Think we've all been cooped up to long. Only wish I had a 5 window to sit...
Back to your original question and why your getting all the dropped spindle talk. You'd only want dropped spindles if your A was running a Mustang...
Metal flake too?
The teapot carbs had a reputation for catching on fire. Don't know how much truth there is in that though.
The 312 has a specific part number for...
Sure, but old worn out antique car door latches can be a bear to find in good serviceable condition to use as a replacement. Sometimes a rear door...
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