The Jalopy Journal
Looks great, I'm liking that
Good to hear you're still at it Dave
Hot Rod ingenuity at its best & a good case of thinking well outside of the flat sided cubed thing, thanks for sharing
I'm lovin it, it doesn't get much cooler than that!!!
Beautiful work, & thumbs up for the modified front engine mount - it looks more pleasing to the eye being a bit more curvy.
We've got a sign...
lorodz - years ago I wanted to run an elecric fuel pump, I fitted a freeze/welsh/core plug in the fuel pump orifice. I can't remember the size though
Wow, thats some amazing history you have there. What are your plans??? Do you still have the 4 banger & Gemsa head to use???
Good work - but that wishbone ball mount looks a bit 'ropey"
c'mon you had to be waiting for that one
Maybe Eddie Miller (Stus mentor) knew the advantages of the 34 block & passed on the knowledge. He may have even had a 34 block that he gave to...
What can I say that hasn't already been said....
Its a sad day in the Hot Rod world, thanks & RIP Mr Hilborn, you've lead a life that many...
Are you trying for the 6 degrees with the wheels & tyres on with full body weight & driver weight, as that'd be my starting point to get a true...
I'm in the same boat - mine came with a turtledeck but had pick-up rear quarters, its up to you I guess, I bought pu quarters for mine, they're...
I didn't see the last post & I'm definately not a doubter - but Its always good to see vintage Allard stuff especially speed equipment
Great photos - cheers for that
Amazing pictures Phil, thanks for sharing them.
Looking good Nick, with all the hard work done, you must be knackered. How about a holiday in Australia to recuperate??? Just bring a few tools...
Wow & double wow - looks like a lot of effort & hard work has paid off. All you need now is to have a match race with the "kneecramp" roadster...
Mr42 I think you're getting confused, Larsdk is saying that the last English cars were built in Dagenham in 1935.
WW-aaaa-wow, love it - its just what the doctor ordered
Thanks for posting, they're some of the best looking cars I've seen for a long time
It's good to see massive amounts of progress & I especially love those taillights
keep it up
I never met the guy but I enjoyed the cars he built & I had the enjoyment of reading about the Shifters & the Hot Rod Scene in So Cal via Custom...
Craftsmanship at its best!!!
x2 sil vous plait
The headers & hood sides look great, are you using twin strombergs on adapters mounted to the original intake????
Beautiful - don't change a thing - its about as good as it gets
Love the chop - it reminds me of the first So Cal coupe incarnation
Put me down for a signed copy
If there was an automotive dictionary - that'd be under the defination of a Hot Rod
I love it
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