The Jalopy Journal
There's a 40M Flathead Supercharger on ebay with a current bid of $2550. It will be interesting to see how much it ends up going for.
I used to consider my Alliance Membership in THE HAMB to be the best value on the internet. Since the revamp, not so much, although THE HAMB...
saiingadventure and rockable,
Thanks for the information. I didn't realize that the same guy built both cars. Two totally different styles.
Believe me, I know all about restoring a Rambler. I have attached a photo of my wife's Landau which should hit the road this spring. It is...
I'm dragging up an old post looking for information on the Daily Planet Rambler. Does anybody know the guy who built it and his contact...
SEMA... one of my favorite things to do every year. I will check out your booth, for sure. Thanks for all you do for the hobby.
I have a...
This could put a crimp in your day.
You definitely have the eye for Mercs... and the skills to create what you see.
"Leland is glad that the scoop will stay, as that is one of the first things that Gene did on the critter."
Like it, or not, keeping the scoop is...
Your interviews are great! I love hearing your story and I am eagerly looking forward to your next interview.
Can you post a photo of the yellow "1950 Chevrolet" sign seen in a couple of your shots?
Thanks for telling this fascinating story.
Our 2013 card featuring our COE by "eye mechanic"
1940 Mercury Sedan Convertible... although I might be biased.
Our 2012 card striped by Edwierd.
Nice work! That hardtop is outstanding.
Here's a photo of JJ's delivery taken at the 1969 Madison run (I think). Note the added graphics.
Teasing is against the rules! Share your story with all of us.....please?
Google: "Cosworth powered Model A"
Lots of articles.
Show me the money!
Thanks for the link!
If I didn't know better, I'd think you were kidding us with all of your once-in-a-lifetime scores. Keep at it. I enjoy reading about...
Great project. Magnanimous gesture.
There's an old thread on The HAMB about Mr. Osiecki.
This roadster is on display at the Counting Cars shop in Vegas.
HOT RODDED IN 1949 -
THIS CAR WAS...
Here it is.
What a great little wagon. It appears to be in fantastic shape. I wouldn't change too much. They look great just the way they are....
Thank you for your reply.
However, I believe the '34 Plymouth had a two-piece grille, similar to the '33 Chrysler grille pictured below. Also the...
A friend of mine got this spare grille when he purchased a 1934 Dodge coupe.
Can anybody help identify it?
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