The Jalopy Journal
I listen to the mouse scurrying to hide when I turn on the light.
The previously built Olds 303 kicked its ass.
That's a Chevrolet\GM Suburban. Plymouth didn't produce them for years. Like 1949 or 50?
Seeing all the negected and rotted out piles of crap in this thread makes me really appreciate lowriders.
I got a set of cast iron headers for my flathead six. Sounds great, mufflers gotten louder with age though.
I remember lighting them to keep the temperature up in the orange groves back when I was in high school.
Watercolor on paper.
First pickup, Sunday at Princeton CA. Second one, yesterday, parked in front of work Sunnyvale CA.
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cobwebs, dirt and peeling paint.
I bought my 2 door 53 Plymouth wagon in 76. Wasn't really cool then but was quite affordable. Don't know if its cool now but a lot of people...
I have an original 60s Stanford Hospital X-ray Dept light box. Still works really great.
How about a '60 Edsel front end? :cool:
Not today, last Friday actually.
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Thanks. Would make a great prop for action figures.
What scale is it?
Yes, you can still buy "D" cells almost anywhere.
I've been running the same Interstate battery in my old Plymouth for the last 4 1/2 years. No problems except finding long lasting replacement bulbs.
Tap water is traditional :)
Bought a car last week. Ins company totalled my OT Chrysler. Found a replacement one year newer with 11K less miles, exact same model and...
Maybe strip it and start anew ?
Some photos are just snapshots while others are art. It's not that hard too see which is which.
What happened to the driver?
Find a 1:24 V-8 to use and put the in-line motor in a full fendered Model T coupe...LOL
The 40 S
The 40 Standard had a different grille than the 40 DeLuxe.
I painted my wheels silver. Running blackwalls & poverty caps.
a bump for today
Picked up this 49 Merc from ebay. It was both a glue and a paint bomb. Photos show before and after "the Purple Pond". Believe it or not I got...
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