The Jalopy Journal
On the 2 model A's i built i used the headlight wipers from a Volvo.
I use layers of friction tape and cut excess with a razor blade.
Back in August there was a storm that could have impacted our area. Got an email from the company that insures my 46 coupe and was told that if i...
I've got 65 T-Bird seats in my 46 coupe so you should be able to get them in a 51. Seat back takes some planning.
Be careful how tight you tighten the screws, glass can break. Ask me how i know.
What Tim said will work and i would add a bulge for the flexing.
I guess if i ever got t-boned in the A coupe or sedan i had a rail from the frame out to the body wouldn't help much. The cowl, a pillar ,door, b...
Nothing wrong with using an original model A frame.
Butch's parts of the Past in Warren, Vt. Ph #1-802-496-2281.
A friend has one in his yard. Pretty much all there. 312 tri power going to need body work and interior, glass is there and he wants 5,195. I...
When i built my 30 coupe, i used a section from a 61 bubble top.
Also make sure your hood and grill fit right.
Where in NY?
Might still have the build sheet under the seat.
When i built my coupe i had enough room to run a traditional fan blade.
I saw where a lawmaker in Calif. was going to introduce a bill to outlaw gas operated lawn equiptment.
I thought that there was someone in New Hampshire or Maine that makes these kits.
Headlight wiper off an older volvo works.
Miss going to that one. One of the best.
Hire a lawyer and have him send them a letter.
Thanks for the pictures Joker. Gives insight into their operation.
A friend has one that has been sitting a long time. Don't know what shape it's in but i'm sure he would sell it. It's not listed on his website...
Holiday today, maybe they're closed.
Hopefully things are going to turn around if there is more auto related parts. Used to go with friends but stopped because of so much Chinese...
I know the front clips can be interchanged ( I've got mine done, 41 to 46) and i suspect the body to frame swap will work without any major problems.
Saw him put on a show in the late 60's at Puyallup. Everyone covering their ears.
You would think the Hoffman Group owned them. Both seem to take your money, then do
Jesse has built up a good reputation as a hot rod builder.
Try Jesse at Old Soul Hot Rods in Leroy, N.Y.
I think you would be a lot happier with early Mustang buckets.
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