The Jalopy Journal
follow the docs, do your physical therapy and they'll have you up and back in action in no time.
I always thought they looked pretty neat in stock trim or mildly customized, somewhat lowered.
That's just me tho'.
It's looking great!
I think it's sweet.
Use what you have to make it work.
Also, remember the mantra: old cars are fun!
When you know exactly what it is and where to find it, everything is simple isn't it?
oh, here it is:
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Where did all your photos go MUNCIE?
Merry Christmas 60-66 folks. xD
How many tools does it take…(to replace two little lights?)
welcome back... good luck on the project.
sweet ride, congrats.
I'd drive it. :D
aw man... I loved to read his posts, I always learned something.
RIP Bruce and thanks for sharing with the rest of us.
Just wandered in here by accident this week... what an absolutely gorgeous car!
Just caught up with this thread.
What a cool car... and a great story... especially since you've gotten to meet the people who owned it, built it,...
fun thread, thanks for letting us tag along.
great thread, enjoyed the pics, thanks a bunch for sharing.
fun thread folks!
I'm old enough to remember helping my dad with the metal cans and the spout ya shoved down in the side... and he taught me to...
woot, sounding good, looking good.
quite an addiction you have there...
stupid hot rods... :D /s
I put the bolt in a vice and took a pair of vice grips to the corroded brake line side, where the nut was rounded off... after a few attempts with...
congrats on getting it to the track!
Thanks for the replies folks, I wasn't sure about that brake line coming out of that hollow threaded bolt or not... being a separate piece. I was...
vehicle in question:
1953 Chevrolet 3100 series(half ton) pickup
I am trying to replace all of the brake lines as I had a rupture...
manual steering, sitting in a fuel tank with no rubber bladders, no real fire suits... took a certain breed, that's for sure.
so shiny and sparkly.
great pics and videos, thanks for the coverage folks.
Lots of awesome rides.
I've never used one myself, just recall seeing them or their variations at garages in the 1980s.
start looking for a serial number/model tag... it is probably a piece of metal, riveted on somewhere. Might be stamped into the body in a odd...
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