The Jalopy Journal
I spy another blower manifold too
Bruno at Gotelli's in South San Francisco has been doing them for lots of years
Thank you for doing that!
Do the hard to reach bolts first
You could always buy a set of sacrificial intake gaskets and tape over the ports as well
Nice! I'm gonna do that when the time comes on my engine build
Are you using a longboard sander when you sand intake like that?
Any pics or info on the suspension? I have a 54 Savoy that I'm hoping to get that low. And where in the bay area are you from?
That looks pretty good, just wont work with a blower.
I voted hemi, but if money is no object I'd have to agree with the ARDUN flatty!
A833 here behind a blown 331 hemi. I grew up thinking hot rods have 3 pedals and 4 speeds. So its only natural I chose to run one in my Model A...
Haha, I just about fell outta bed reading that thread
Thats funny, I just shipped an engine block from CA to SD through Fastenal. I wonder if it has to do with the trucks and the regulations in CA
Were you gonna move the engine back, or crossmember forward at all? It looks like there is no room for a radiator.
The only one that even has a cutoff date is in August. And I think they bumped that up to 73
The valve covers look like the O'brien truckers. Nicson made lots of boat stuff (not saying that's what that is). And the valvesprings look like...
I'm not a 4 door guy, but for this I would definitely make an exception. I would just change the name on the title!
How initial much timing are you running? Is the distributor hooked up to ported or manifold vacuum?
I think the wade coupe used a 34 sedan header.
Im round...its a shape
I tried contacting Anson Axles a couple times and never heard back. I sent mine to Okie Joe's and got it back about 6 weeks later. The axle...
Who's to say that the car wont get it's own soul when it's on the road and enjoyed for years?
Yeah, I've got one in the garage (in pieces). So I'm a little biased, lol.
I took a few, but they aren't very good:
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