The Jalopy Journal
Looks great with the Cragars and white interior.
Wow, so that makes two guys, (olscrounger) on the Hamb that sold long term cars. I've done it with a '55 sedan I owned over twenty-five years. I...
Nice score, those kids look stoked.
In it's day I bet it was pretty cool.
Hey Larry, might be a touch mixed up after 55 years, it was Sidney's. Griff's was on 7th in KCK. We would cruise Winstead's on the Country Club...
[ATTACH] From a distance it has a cool profile if it didn't have that round thingy behind the door.
Never saw it race but every Friday or Saturday night at midnight a dark blue and white '57 Chevy 150 with no front bumper or grille, chromed...
Not a fan. I turn white raised letters and whitewalls in. I even turned them in on the plastic wheels on my barbeque.
Yeah, before Lady Bird Johnson got her pet peeve made into law.
Ancient thread I know but a lot of you cats have reached geezerdom by now too. Back to my buddy who's family owned the Chevy dealership. (Refer...
Is that Paul Tutel riding shotgun? Btw, neat car.[ATTACH]
I thought I made a mistake once but then I found out I was wrong.
If you're going through hell ... keep going!
"Early to bed, early to rise, work like hell and advertise." Ted Turner
“ARE RED WHEELS GETTING POPULAR AGAIN.”
God I hope not.
I think they do see you, they just don’t want to be behind you, like you’re so in their way. They have somewhere to go and you’re farting around...
I like this Canadian one too. Credit to Dan.[ATTACH]
[ATTACH] Not sure if 55 or 56's. All pretty cool just the same.
What will the drivetrain be? I see a hole in the tranny tunnel; three pedal car?
Jimmy - that was summer 2005 in Edina, MN. There was a national convention being held and we just happened to be passing through.
I say plan it. Here is an article comparing the pandemic of 68/69 to 2020....
I have a 36' sailboat with 5 partners moored at the Ala Wai boat harbor in Honolulu that we take turns staying at. If no ones there we rent it...
My favorite is "text me the address". Sorry pal, I have what you want, write it down, I'm done.
I couldn't find anyone to do a '65 Impala; they all said the metal was too thick and it wouldn't work.
I use water soluble oil although it's getting harder to find, maybe Tractor Supply.
Awesome. I remember the car from when I was a kid. Nice score.
Why doesn't the buyer put up a few bucks more and have you mail/ship the thing? Jeez, a six hour round trip to pick up an intake? Crazy.
According to mom, when the first '53 Corvette appeared in town I was hooked. I would've been three.
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