The Jalopy Journal
Brother had a 1964 . Build it like Squirrels .
Thanks for sharing
I also have a problem keeping my pants up to , so if I was on the side of the road oncoming traffic would get a show :p Maybe I could keep some...
My ‘48 “Effie” the engine is way down in there and I was the around the idea that a tilt front end would make it a lot easier getting to things...
So it’s fits in the timeline here . I like learning the history of hot rodding. Like HRP’s story , those are tid bits of the past that could get...
Well that’s cool .
Cool . Thanks for the update. They sound like good people.
I likely . :cool:ooolsville
The best thing too get hooked on . “Just say no to drugs “ . Eat your hamb and eggs.:D
Well dang . The pic of the car on the lift and your ceiling height makes me hopeful I can have a lift too . :cool:
Yes , I do recognize the letters and numbers . I am very astute like that. :D
There are a variety of aftermarket fiberglass one piece front fenders/hood/grills for cars and trucks , hence “picking your nose” :D. Was this...
I was going to suggest the 300/340 as well , but one pic would help.
Well, pics or it’s a Dodge Chevy or Hudson :) Measure the front intake bolt hole from right across to left will tell you the series. You say it’s...
Thanks for the reply and info . Good food for thought. Enjoy it . :)
A lot of great info and people on here , for sure .
Welcome from Willamette Valley. Not so sure about the shirt :) but glad you got yourself an oldie .
Nice score . Any additional information? :)
All Chevy except 2/3 of the frame and the body which is a 1948 Ford F1 .
Congrats . I know the 1957 , ‘58 and ‘59’s Rancheros are starting to call my name .
This gets old. Why can’t everybody just be honest . Damn .
I must have ongoing dementia for the past several years .:D
Nice find . I miss my Mopars.
Or 1932 Ford .:p Or cars with ‘32 grills.
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