The Jalopy Journal
1928 Ford Coupe, channeled 4", new steel roof, new floors, new frame with new spring and brake kit. 9" diff ,4-link and coilover mounts....
Hey Mark! Great thread. Thanks again for giving me the honor of working on this historic project.
And YES on the chop!
Hey Brent, cool find for Ian for sure. Funny story, just bought a '33 roadster [project] myself !
Looking good Brent, the more trim and chrome you get on it the better it looks! Can't wait to see it on the road.
Wow ! Looks great.
On the road for "Hartmans bash"?
Looking good Brent, been block sanding the A for a month now so I feel your pain!
Coming along nicely Brent, can't wait to see it up close.
Just convert the car to 12 v and be done with it.
Are we still sanding?
Ya,first thing I thought of,but I have 2 daughters.Make them 3 points!
love those old Rivieras,btw,is Max fine with his image for your avatar?
You guys will be right at home!
that coupe is one ruff p.o.s.,but I still want it!
1.22 L in the deep south of the far north.
Very cool,50th what?
No. 3 [got 20$ in my pocket]
Just buy another car,moneys gone,no problemo!
1941 lincoln 180 still in use.
Sorry,no pics,still looks the same.
Friend of mine owns it,had it at Detroit this year.
Two more sleeps!
Governor on a steam engine,when the weight balls were all the way out that was it!
Had a 1991 dakota pick up 318 that had a short pump but I don't know if they are interchangeable with that old of a 318.
Great work Jeff! So what colour was the underwear?
Well they got the Ford part right! Unless its all Brookville
Then who will cook your food and clean your pool?
Real nice Ryan! Bet you were drawing pleats in your sleep!
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