The Jalopy Journal
I seem to remember in someone’s build thread, where they fabricated a full width cradle, welded in to each rail.
An Ed Tillrock pencil print I picked up at Autorama, a couple years ago.
A lot of places around here have signs encouraging you to use correct change or a card.
Most go as far as saying they can not give coinage change.
I thought I remember from one of the many other discussions about this subject, the consensus being that for left hand drive, the fog light was...
It can be tedious work, but that dash would look amazing with an engine turned finnish.
They had this playing on a loop in a history of speed exhibit at the Gilmore Car Museum, a couple summers ago.
It was an excruciatingly hot and...
Where is that LOVE button? Fuck I love your builds!!!!!
There's a FinishMaster at 4885 Fulton Dr. Suite A Fairfield, CA 94534
They should be able to make whatever you want.
Model A Paint Codes
Make sure you get bendable plywood. It's usually 1/8 or 1/4 inch, 2 ply, and it will allow you to form that contour.
The Cowl, quarters, wheel wells and panel below the trunk, that I bought for my '30 Coupe, came from Mac's and were pretty decent, from my...
Neat! Didn't know they made Klaxon's for bicycles!
Quick glance at fleebay, says they're too rich for my blood, even if I had an old enough bike...
That's an interesting chain guard, with all the truss like cut-outs. I like it!
There's no "K", it's Musgrove.
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This might be a situation where the Pod may be your best option.
I could be mistaken, but I think a lot of the cost is in the transportation.
Since it's a relatively short 45 mins away, I'd get a storage unit near your current house.
Fill it with the stuff you don't need in the immediate...
Well, everything else you post is fucking rad!, so I'll subscribe to see the fun as it unfolds!
Brookville sells a '32 dash made to fit in an A.
There are two, one for an "open" and "closed car".
Thanks for the way-back pics, Mark!
Right in my backyard.
Too bad I was preoccupied listening to Nirvana, and battling the puberty monster to...
@flt-blk is right. You really shouldn't need any of the top braces, but if you want to add one or two, for something to attach a head liner to,...
@Flop, might have some input.
I remember laughing soooooo hard, while reading her coverage of that!
Squiggy, alone in the living room, drinking Jack at noon, the next day!...
Several similar suggestions have been made, but Ryan stated that he isn't fond of limiting access to the forum, regardless of good intentions.
Ask and you shall receive....
Personally, I like the gauges centered, so they are equally visible to the co-pilot, who would most likely be monitoring them more closely than...
Some yahoo:rolleyes: from Utah, made some pretty snazzy ones, a while back....
The episode of Rides where the Choppers were building his T, is what got me into the traditional hot rod scene.
My favorite car on the HAMB!
Thanks for the pic. Found a couple online, but didn't realize it was 1:25. I like a little larger scale.
I've got one of the 1:18 "Highway 61...
Was that a kit or pieced together?
Curious what kit that hopped up banger come out of.
The fact that someone came up with the idea of pumpkin spiced Spam, is strange enough, the fact that it sold out in a matter of hours, is mind...
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