The Jalopy Journal
It's a Porsche color called Carmon Red Metallic, paint code M3W/E4. Took me forever to make up my mind, but I really like it. ;)
Dammit, I forgot about that code thing with them, I've spent a few bucks with them lately :mad:
Nice to see you back. Keep up the NICE work! :cool: That pic is a tease :p
Lucky for me that you do! :D
If he needs them, I will send them back...after I break my motor in!
Thanks, but like Jim said, I'm good now. Thanks Jim!
Damn, that was all free? Nice find! :cool:
That isn't my engine, it is just one I found online that showed the brackets I need.
Thanks, Jim. I'll talk to you more tomorrow, off to bed!
They are 1988 heads with a 3/8 hole for the alternator.
Please do! If I'm gonna spend money, might as well be with one of the good guys!
Thanks, but I'm looking for a factory look ;)
Finding OEM for a reasonable price is not working out. Everyone seems to think they are gold
That's what I was afraid of. Can't seem to find very many reviews for em online :(
I've been looking for some brackets for my big block Chevy(alternator and power steering), plus crank and water pump pulleys, but used seem to go...
Found this in the woods on a piece of property I am thinking of buying. Not sure of the year, but it looks pretty solid for something that has...
Another hit and run poster? :confused:
I used a piece of heavy duty conveyor belt material similar to this on my 47 Olds. Not sure if it's what you need for your car though. Pretty...
Same here. Unfortunately I got some of the body mounts wrong and have to redo them :(. Not a biggie, I'll get em straightened out ;)
First thing I thought of too :cool:
Sweet! That's a damn fine looking car, congrats :cool:
Yeah! And not a mask to be seen. Looks like the "old" normal ;):cool:
Who says stainless won't get hot enough to bend? I made a shift lever for an OT 66 Chevelle I had out of stainless round stock to mimic the stock...
I used an adapter fitting like this:
That is different! What is it from?
I posted this in the "What did you do today" thread, but it should probably be here.
I made a cam bearing remover/installer for my big block...
Need a free parts vehicle? :p
Not mine, but thought it was interesting to come across :cool:...
I recently bought 10lbs of it on flea bay for $25 delivered. Stuff works like magic! :cool:...
Made a cam bearing remover/installer for my big block chevy. Cut the nose off the old cam and made a plate out of some scrap 1/4" plate I had that...
Welcome aboard! :cool:
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