The Jalopy Journal
I put an alternator from a forklift inside an original flathead generator case 4 years ago when I was building my 33. Now my buddy wants me to...
Aren't 53-54 right and left side only too? I thought they were!The front side of the skirt has the fixed guide that goes into the body and the...
I guess we'll be there selling old magazines!!!:D
They also use Coraza.
How's this for a start?
That is way too cool!!! I always forget the meet & greet, though!! :-(
Wow, I love that car! Been thinking of building one like it in 1/8 scale, since I can't afford to build a 1/1!!:D
R.I.P. Glad he got to see his friends rebuild his coupe.
Sad news:-( R.I.P.
It's not on youtube.
I'm wondering if this same "operation" can be done to a car that has already been chopped?
Not a model A, but a 33. ;)
There's a photo in one of the magazines of when it was being built and it had slotted mags all around. The rear has air shocks, so the height can...
I think we're gonna be taking this!:D
He gets my vote!
As promised.:D The room the car is in at present time, doesn't really lend itself for good pictures! But, I'll get some more when it gets moved.
This is my friend's. It is being built at Street Toys in Juarez,Mexico(www.streettoysmx.com). I will be over there tomorrow and will take some...
Here's mine. Un-chopped, un-channeled.:D
That thing had a crowd around it all weekend!! That's what really makes the long drives and the early wake-ups really worth it! That, and watching...
OK. It's done. We got it loaded tonight and are leaving for the Goodguys show in the morning. I'll post pics when we unload it.:D
I posted the videos on Facebook, but I don't know how to send the links.:confused:
It's alive!!!!! I went for a ride in it today! I need to figure out how to upload the video and I will put it on here. It is lacking a few...
This one used to belong to my Buddy. I understand it's in Sweden now.
Not a model A, but this one was filled with a 55 Chevy wagon roof.
I'll check the magazines, but I don't think any work was done on the front wheel wells. I know the rear ones were stretched and moved back.
This one here!
It had a blown big block Chevy originally, like it does now. The sub frame had a pin at the front. In the pics of the body, you can see a "?"...
Ok. Here are the latest pics. It's coming along well and I actually heard it run today! We plan to take it to the Goodguys Show in Scottsdale next...
I thought he turned 102!! That's what it says on his Facebook!!!!!:rolleyes:
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