The Jalopy Journal
What a great build! Real hot rodding.
The tank is from an aircraft, not sure the exact use. They were available at military surplus stores and used on many old drag cars. I have an old...
I have a 34 pu with Y block and F100 steering. Oil filter pointed straight at the steering box. I ran remote filter and worked out perfect. Sorry...
Making it more and more difficult to get a title so that you can register a car and give them money every year, typical bureacrat thinking.
Grab the wire while you are adjusting tension and it must be able to slip if you hold it tight.
Tip and cup must be clean at all times. I mean clean and clear of splatter, build up etc. Get in the habit of looking at it every few welds. If...
Fantastic build! Really great build thread, the H.A.M.B. at its best! Chassis is perfect, looking forward to the rest of the adventure.
I'm putting it on my calendar and try to make it.
Buying a ticket for sure, see you at the show!
My ig is ....kiwikevvta
Due to the shape of the wheel I say they are magnesium.
I ground my 57 housing to use 62 brakes, worked fine.
I use baby powder and a rubber mallet.
Great talking with you Marty! The car is spectacular!
It was great to finally meet Ray and his sweet wife, we all had a very nice evening! Ray was the perfect person to end up with that truck. I just...
Can't wait to see this beast in person!
^^ I think those are the front wheels I have.
Awesome adventure, much respect!
Pretty sure, from memory, a 37-42 Willys arm will work.
Very cool build!
Great thread! I wish someone would start a separate thread for Australian hot rods of the 50's and 60's.
Awesome project. Look forward to following your progress!
Awesome job Dale! Looks killer. All from your hands, much respect.
37, 38 has an inch more drop than a 41,42. not sure the cut off so 39, 40 ??? Some one will chime in with real facts.
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