The Jalopy Journal
Scarebird conversion on my off topic 67 Skylark worked for me. Easy to do and works great.
Hey Dale, Carl here, yes, I've used EMS on my 48 Ford. Good fitment on running boards, lower cowl and lower quarters.
Had the same problem on a 318 years ago. Bad vacumm leak on the intake manifold. It had those tin intake gaskets and it leaked underneath the...
No, the trans was a 2 speed ST-300, similar to the powerglide.
I put in a 200-4R in my Skylark. Didn't need to adapt anything as the trans had both BOP and Chev bolt patterns. I had a shift kit put in when it...
another trick you might try, put your acetylene torch in the throat of the carb, turn on the acetylene and crank it over. I had a 383 dodge that...
I'm in Deer Valley and I-17, have you tried the scrappers around here? Seen a couple in the neighborhood.
Learned in my Dad's 51 Pontiac sedan delivery. Got my licence in it too.
I helped a friend bleed his Fiero a while back. It had the same issue yours does, it didn't have enough travel. We bled the system and no...
One other option to keep in mind, a rear seat from a mini van. They usually fit perfect.
You are to talented.
Wow Roger, I just stumbled on to your thread and I must say you guys are living proof that us older folks can still have a good time with our...
OK, as HJmaniac has said, this is a Canadian Valiant. The front end is a tube axle with dodge components. The original drive train was a six, so...
Call them, I think you will find pretty much everyone in the retail market in Germany can and will speak German.
Here's my 64 back in 69...
You've done a great job on that old Caddy, I'm impressed.
Hey, it's her car and if they both like it, WTH.
Nice ride, but what happened to the right front fender in one of those pix?
I think he's gone. Just got everyone all heated up (no pun intended).
Saturday afternoon matinees with a ton of cartoons at the local theater.
Great pictures, thanks.
Frothy yellow foam in the cooling system? Sounds like you may have a head gasket problem. Do a pressure test on the cooling system.
I'll second that. Home made.
Take a look at this one.
Kamloops here. Hey Tiquer, how's the snow up there?
On my 67 Skylark, there steel drums.
Biggest reason the pulley is larger on the generator is that generators don't take to kindly to higher RPM's. Alternators don't mind going higher...
When you put it in gear, the engine drops RPM and Vacuum, then the booster could slowly colapse.
Don't listen to the winers. Good on you getting a project/driver that makes you happy and gives you ideas on improving it to your liking.
I had one that sounded like the torque converter was rubbing in the bellhousing. No play, but one cap rusted. New joint, noise gone.
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