The Jalopy Journal
Haven't heard from you in a few years. Hope all is well with you. Great looking coop (coup) !
Pretty much everybody. Walker makes a great one, but it's pricey...............
If that's a fuel gauge, what is that copper tube running out of the back?
Yep, baby steps. Small piece of the time. Get it running. Drive around the block. Driving around a couple more blocks. So far so good? Take it for...
The last time I used spiders, I just used the ugly old OEM lug nuts with no top. Then it was lots of room. Can't see them anyway once you screw...
About 7" in front. ......
Lots of great videos on YouTube as well
That was Johnny's, out of Maple Ridge. Sold it a few years back. Not sure where it is now.....
Yes, I drive mine virtually every day. Except snow. In my avatar, I drove from where we live to Southern California and spent a month there....
Nice looking old motor. But I don't think it's a flat head. Judging by the colour, it's probably a small block Chevy.
I'll make the popcorn.
Be right back.......
Air shocks have an extremely small capacity. Will only take them a moment to fill up the regardless of what compressor you're using.
And what year is your car?
If you're going to mount the regulator under the seat, make sure you keep it right side up. Don't want all the electricity running out the bottom.
Looks like a hell of a good start.
Running a 67 Nova Master online. Works great.
An engine and trans swap is a great plan. But if you're going to go through all that work, unless you have a th350 sitting around, I'd opt for an...
That's beyond lazy. Good luck with it.
Only nice if there are plans to do something with them.
Been there, done that. If you're running the original 6 volt gauge, the 6 volt sender will work just fine Under 12 volts.
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Fantastic pictures, every one!
I just insured my 51 AD 2 weeks ago. Have some serious patina[ATTACH] , but like mentioned I just put regular insurance on it as opposed to...
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