The Jalopy Journal
Post 65 street rod style inside or out, billet anything, modern upholstery, digital or modern looking gauges, serpentine belts, 17" wheels, IFS,...
Glad you posted the cast 'metal' wedges. I've been looking at some lately, those and machined steel ones. Looks like steel for me if I need them....
Yes, I have one. Good for flares, not good for bubbles.
Almost always, the longer side of a leaf pack is to the rear.
This. You may as well have a flat bars not springs.
You need springs to be able to flex and appropriate shocks to dampen that action.
Um, yes they are.
I see no grille.
I love the Ray Brown roadster.
I sometimes have a dream 'if only it had been in AG instead of ...'
What does this mean? Guy is asking about mechanical.
Come on man, be serious.
So you're saying this:
...are two of a kind?
And it started as a coupe!
Shipping from the US has gone nuts in the past couple of years. A package the size of a front wheel bearing they'd want something like $40, via...
Yeah...but it's still ugly.
You two couldn't agree on wiper parking positions?:rolleyes:
I'm sure there's a website for dually trucks and commercial vehicles.:rolleyes:
I wouldn't trust anything online for assessing colours. You need to see it. First on chips, then mixed, then sprayed out on a test panel if it's...
...and that thread has been deleted also.;)
Not water based.
I get tired of these threads.
Just read the rules.
If your comprehension is so poor you can't understand them...
Having seen it in person, I can only agree.
Talking with a guy recently and he insisted quite strongly that Corvettes had 6 cylinder versions up to the early 70s'. In fact, he said, nearly...
More like something a kid with crayons did.
Those volt regulators have contact points in them, like a voltage regulator in the charge system. Also, they have a tiny weeny adjuster screw for...
The inner radius would need to match or clear the radius on the bearing. Some bearings have quite a radius, some hardly any, check to verify.
A marketing tool. George was good like that. He was well published and used that spelling all the time. It was very successful.
Was there a kit for that?
Move the plate.
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