The Jalopy Journal
Just a great thread. Love it.
Amazing thread and history.
Beautiful. Very well done.
Such sad news. As others have said, when Bruce spoke you listened. Leaves a big hole that won't be filled.
Rest easy, fella.
No, I ditched the mechanical pump for an electric mounted at the back. The old pump wouldn't clear the Hurst.
I bought a bracket from Danchuk then made a piece to match the gennie I was using. That crapped out quickly so I've thrown a modern alternator on...
If some of my pics aren't showing, click on the X, it'll redirect to my bucket account.
I posted a pic of this a few weeks ago and got enough interest to follow it up with more details. There's nothing ground-breaking here, just...
Just 'horned this '56 265 in to my '38 Ford. Love a little mouse...
Guys, I know this has been done to death here but struggling to find what I need in the search function.
Got a '38 Tudor with a very tired 221,...
Happy to bring this back to the top. Just bought a pair of adapters from Jim and can definitely recommend. High quality and great service.
I did exactly this a few years ago, piecing together an Aussie body. Used an A chassis with '31 aprons and a French flathead.
Back on the market. Summer is coming!
No salt over here, but we got sand...
The £ is still dropping so this is getting cheaper for you $ guys by the day!
So, so sorry for your loss. Beyond words.
Sorry to hear this about Larry. Mentioned this on the other thread, if there is a collection for flowers or anything, please let us know.
An old thread about the first Pendine, but it just came in to my mind after hearing about 3WLarry's passing.
Larry was a top fella and appreciated hotrods wherever they were in the world. He'll certainly be missed.
If there is a collection going for...
Summer is coming so back up for sale!
’28 Phaeton body of Australian origin, imported from California (bought from Coop via the HAMB) in 2011 and...
Ace video, Juggs!
Great video, Damon. Sue looks positively chilled by the whole experience.
The record went up to 117mph, which was pretty bloody staggering to watch. Some pics of mine...
Yep. I really liked it, but perhaps not enough to run it. It's back on the wall.
I actually toyed with the idea of using a '31 rad shell, which is favourite of all, but I realised I was doing that mostly to annoy a mate who...
Paint is just cheap cellulose lacquer. Easy to polish out the flies that fell on it whilst wet.
Cheers for the nice comments, folks. To wrap this one up (literally), got it back from the trimmers today. Full folding roof and half tonneau...
Haha...yes indeed. There were times when building this one that I wished I'd just kept the T.
I've been meaning to put a few photos of this up for a while, and seeing PurdueSD's brilliant phaeton on '32 rails thread has given me the kick up...
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