The Jalopy Journal
Up we go....
Getting a lot of interest but, nothing firm yet
Looks like you're off to a great start. I have used the Vintage Precision hub puller for years. It is OUTSTANDING!
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] This all steel 1940 Ford pickup was a 3 year frame off build completed in the spring of 2019. Current mileage is 1740.
It is made by United Pacific and Speedway has the best price.
This is a link to the drip rail carried by Speedway....
It's a steel drip rail. Speedway carries it and thier price is better than most other vendors.
The drip rails on my Model A Vicky were spot welded on. When I removed the original rails I drilled out the spot welds. When I installed the new...
You're right agshelby!... It's not nice to fool mother nature.
Looking sweet. Drive the wheels off it!
We were waiting to see who would be the first to "bite" on it! Congratulations, you're the winner!
I needed to replace the drip rail on the passenger side of my Model A Vicky. I found replacement drip rail from Speedway. Nice quality and it...
Either way, dull or full, you're a lucky guy!
That's machinist layout dye or Prussian blue. It's also sometimes called Dykem. Hope this helps.
A nice straight 1933-34 Ford wishbone with very minor putting. Price $475 includes shipping in lower 48.[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
This is a used pair of outer top latches. They fit 41-48 Ford & Mercury. One of the latches has a broken mounting stud that I think you could...
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