The Jalopy Journal
Thanks for sharing the great photos.
[ATTACH]These were on my stock Hemi in my '54 Chevie in 1964 .
Now that is an "WOW" find, enjoy your new ride.
[ATTACH] Who doesn't love a story with a happy ending. Here's something to inspire you.
A true legend has left us, with fond memories of just how great he was.
He will be remembered as my favorite Pro Stock driver, being a Ford fan....
This is one awesome story about awesome people.
Thanks for the sacrilege, I enjoyed it.
I have a picture of Norn's old ride
from when those two where touring through
Louisiana at the local Ford dealer in around 1967.
Great story and an even greater roadster, congrats!
I'm almost 73 and I too remember the same thing.
Thanks for posting this, I loved it. A very fine ride indeed.
It depended on what part of the country, what part of the 60's and mostly if you liked Chevys.
During the 60's I lived in Sacramento, CA, Sulphur,...
What he said X2!
In October 1964 when I was discharged from the Air Force I drove on Route 66
from Barstow CA. to Amarillo TX. It was hot and hard traveling in my...
Just because you can, don't mean you should.
That is a truely sad sad story, I hate to hear it. A lifetime down the tubes.
SBC have their place, but this ain't one of 'em.
Please, don't misunderstand me, I think your car is awesome. It's just not what I would define as a "mild custom".
The most impressive metal work I've ever had the pleasure to witness, thanks for sharing.
Mere words can't describe the awesomeness of this story, congrats!
Nothing quite as good as a love story with a happy ending. Congrats!
In the late sixties I owned a '60 Falcon, after cutting the shock towers, I stuffed a 272, 292 and lastly a 312 Y block into it. I didn't notice...
Reminds me of my old '54 into which I'd stuffed a Chrysler Hemi, only 90% nicer.
Dan, thanks as always for the super photos.
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