The Jalopy Journal
Digging' the car, but that hat is a real birth control measure, ain't it?
Hell, that excites me in ways I don't understand.
OK, I take it back. I've not used 'em before Who are they?
The diagram shows them both connected to the pilot terminal on the flasher can. Looks like wires 9 and 11 are then selected by the traffic signal...
Maybe he means 'Rod runs and do-wops and soil painting' ?
I can't talk for the Poncho, but usually these lights ground through the socket base, so one wire will do it. Indicator tell tales usually connect...
@Birdnose Some beautiful work there buddy!
Its a Parker 51 box. I'm not a pen guy, but these are not Parker 51.
On my Mac as we speak. Many thanks.
Self explanatory - these clamp onto the bottom of the fender lip. easy
^^^^No knock on GG, but maybe he meant Betty Bacall?
Sounds more Hollywood too:D
Looks like it at the 1:18 mark.
I'm a little curious, anyone know which car this is?
Good advice right there. Lightning is unpredictable and hard to replicate when designing and testing surge equipment. Don't count on a surge unit...
One of my faves:
Will you need manifold heat?
Ak Miller coming 5th overall in the '54 Carrera Panamericana.
In an Oldsmobile powered 27 Ford on a shoebox frame.
Beat a lot of high end race...
Looks like a good project. Here's the sound system in the 41. Portable and gives me about 10hrs of play. I can recharge on the fly as well
Back some 30 years ago I picked up a few sets of overriders with outlet underneath. Still got two rough pair. Never seen 'em anywhere else.
A cool internal tour of the B17:
Love your work. Good to know there are some great teachers out there.
A different kind of jalopy:
"Oh, the red wine with the meat, aaaaand, the white wine with the fish!!"
Cool unit. Some speed planes only had an inboard wing and relied on centrifugal force
There was usually a waist high post mounted in the centre...
How cool is this? Many thanks for sharing.
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