The Jalopy Journal
Yep that's bad, and not hard to fix as other have said. Work in a tire shop long enough and you'll see much worse, but that is bad.
Same truck in about '96, I still own the truck today.
Grandma and some employees from their bakery, dressed for a parade in Soquel, 1959 or 60. The truck is a 1925 Dodge Brothers that Grandad was...
Dad with his first car, I think this was in Utah.
a 59 or 60 Studebaker Lark 2dr sedan might be a good choice, usually not too pricey. Not everyone likes the looks of them though, but I do.
I still think you should put a Pontiac in that El Camino. Since your dad isn't using the tripower maybe you could put that 427 in his Studebaker.
Looks good. Here's my Stude with 3 carbs, dosen't have the cool headers like yours though.
57-58 Pontiac. They didn't have part numbers on them, just date codes.
55 F100,daily driver
25 Dodge 3/4 ton,driver
55 Star Chief
59 Lark wagon
try this, pretty good site for Pontiacs. early firebirds are cool, I have a 67
Looks like a '26 model. My shop manual says that number was made between april 27 and may 5. Hope this helps.
A couple more, Grandad working on the Willys, and some future hot rods in Capitola 1929. Sorry, the Willys was a stocker.
First try at posting pics.
Beach Street in Santa Cruz 1966.
I'll check out that part from PAW. Thanks everyone for the help.
I have an Edelbrock 6 carb intake for early Pontiac V8, it's a two piece type. Can anyone tell me what to do for a water crossover at the front,...
Anyone know what kind of axle might work, or will I have to make one? I appreciate any help. Thanks.
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