The Jalopy Journal
Thanks for posting the pics.
This was the third year. Check the Beech Bend web site. Some more advertising wouldn't hurt.
Mason and I talked about you. Maybe you should have gone.:D
Good time on Saturday as for the racing part. Maybe 50 cars in the show car part. Swap meet part was light as usual. I thought it was worth the...
The car was for sale a few years ago at the Frog Follies. It now has a small block Chevrolet or did then.
I'm going. You might as well come up. Check it out on YouTube.
I've had good luck with '68 VW switches. Haven't bought one in a while. They may be junk now.
Thanks for posting.
Thanks for the pics. I didn't know anyone still had cry baby dolls. I liked to think that's the last one left.
I've been twice. The racing is pretty good. The car show part has been pretty lame. I'm going Saturday, but I'm not taking the coupe.
That's a home built hot rod. Only things farmed out were some of the machining, polishing, plating, pinstriping, and interior. Jim sold the car...
Those shorty headers are bad about cooking solenoids if you use a stock type starter.
Pretty sure Chevy never did, but a lot of other people have.
You going to Bowling Green for the nostalgia drags Oct. 17?
You're welcome.:D You must have a bone stock engine.
Ok here is you some shit. You need a V8 core support to get your radiator closer to your engine.
Looks loose to me. Put a wrench or socket on the alternator bolt and see if you can turn it clockwise. If you can the belt is too loose.
Old dude like to show us before and after pictures too.
'67 and back had a draft tube hole in back of the block.
Old dirt track racer told me that $40 was the going price they paid for '33 and '34 coupes in the mid '50s. When those got hard to find, they used...
Yep it's kinda like a wheelbarrow. Don't use it much, but it's good to have it when I do need it.
I'd be leery of using an amp gauge with an alternator.
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