The Jalopy Journal
It's taken me 3 years to get this far, love this site. MORE PICTURES PLEASE.
My 1966 chevelle 300 Post Car
131 MARTIN DRAG WAY About 1967
[ATTACH] US 131 MARTIN DRAG WAY about 1966-67
NOTE: Tower is on the East side of the track
Looking for info. on installing a hidden antenna in a street rod.
What type did you use?
where did you install it?
How well did it work?
For those that felt a little pin striping on the grill of my Gas Truck, here you go.
39 cab/36 front clip. Head lights have been moved
56 Dodge 270 cu. Poly.
Tank has doors in the back for storage.
More pictures of Shell Oil Truck
My thinking is a little bit of pin striping would kind of brake up the grill area. I have to show it to Nick Hardie, the pin stripper. He seems to...
I wanted to build something that people would look at and say ,what the hell or how did he do that?
Something different, not like the hundreds of...
The hole thing sits on a 1993 S15 frame w/350 TH trans. I built the tank using scrap sheet metal and scrap 1" sq. tubing.
no grille, radiator is behind the cab under the tank. All so truck has complete tilt front end.
I am trying to ad pictures of the truck.
Nick Hardie in Holland MI. ( I hope I spelled his name right) Just finished lettering my 1939 Plymouth oil truck.
Great job Nick, thanks.
I am really impressed. Great job, now just enjoy
Heard the same thing from my eng. builder. E 10 fuel is a real problem w/ any stored car/truck.
Pic. # 1 Plug heater hose out let in back side of water pump.
Pic. #2 Use water out let on the back of intake on passenger side.
It looks AWESOME !!!!!!!
I drove my Poly Eng. truck to The Back To The Bricks Show in Flint MI. Over 3,000 cars & trucks, I had the only Poly. there.
The same at the...
Glad to see you are making progress on the Plymouth.
I have been driving the gas truck all summer, about 4,000 miles so far.
The 270 poly. eng....
hell,I love the hole dam thread !!!!!!
Keep em coming, h.a.m.b 's
Did you know Astaie was in his 50's when he made these films w/ Ginger.
He was in great shape, Ginger was all so in great shape.
My father worked for the GR CREAMERY until the closed in the early 50's
One thing to remember, if you don't use a power wire coming from the fuse panel like the choke wire. Mark it well on the wire and in your book....
R.F. is one of the best kits on the market.
Just lay it out on the floor and follow the road map.
It's a piece of cake.
Hope you and your family are ok, been a long time no here.
DAM THIS IS A COOL THREAD. Keep it going guys & gals.
DONE,Thanks to you Ryan for a GREAT site.
I hope all is well with you Wolfhound. Have you been able to work on the Ply/poly lately?
The problem I am having is the temp at the thermostat is 180 w/a 180 thermostat.
The temp. at the temp. gauge sender is 150 checked w/a inferred...
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