The Jalopy Journal
Oh dang!!!! That looks great!!!!
Dang that looks great!!!!!
Have you put it on the car???
I’ve been very happy with Reliable
I had a customer that always used Wagoners. They seemed good too
Yes Bob, you beat me to it, but I was going to point out that it had two interiors. Good eye!!!
That’s what I think about the headers too. A last minute add on before a race meet and they never came back off.
The car appears to me as a nice...
Dang Stogy, you keep coming up with possibilities!!! Great eye for the details!!!
^^^ love that movie^^^
“I know nothing, I am merely a messenger”
I saw that too. Early ‘33
I carry one as well. In all my old cars. I’m thinking of upgrading them all to larger ones soon.
I’d rather have too much than not enough!!!!
Those shiny wires really changed The look of the car!!!! They and the car look great!!!!!
I know that 01-A is the beginning Ford part number for all things 1940
I’m another vote for strip the rears!!!!
The chrome looks awesome!!!
That number is pretty sexy looking!!!!
Thank you for the explanation.
I was looking up GM stationary generators!!!!
The second picture is a valve cover but I can’t place it. You said GM, I’m thinking Briggs and Stratton. B&S isn’t GM
Top picture is a 63-67 Buick Rivera headlight door bottom piece
That’s got the look too tall!!!!
Damn!!!!! That thing is looking good!!!
Nice work. Good for you not being afraid of jumping in and just doing it
I think it will make it go the direction you are taking the car and lose even more of the street rod feel.
Once again, I’ll have to agree with Squab.....what he said is how it looked to me too.
It looks good on the car. The tucked in look is much...
This drive in was once owned and operated by Rich and Penny Pichette. The founders of West Coast Customs car club and the Paso Robles...
I was going to say pretty much the same thing as Squab did above.
I think he said it all and the bumper will look really out of place moved in....
Happy to help. That’s what the H.A.M.B. is for.
The only thing that holds the inside bar is three machine bolts that bolt it through the gasket to the outside divider bar.
It just sits on top...
The three holes in the middle are used with machine screws and bolt the outside divider bar down on the outside.
Kind of a sandwiching effect.
Love the skinny whites!!!
I’ve been following since the beginning
That sir, looks bitchin!!!!
Thank you for sharing
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