The Jalopy Journal
Some updates. Had some problems with my engine block for the 304, so I need to get another one. But the 296 has got three carbs now and is...
Very nice car. Haven't seen this thread before (maybe because I'm not in here very often). :p
Great to see these cars passing the torch!
Trying out the look with my NOS Edelbrock manifold. Need to cut the firewall for the gas pump, but it sure looks nice. The roadster is getting a...
Damn, this thread needs an up!
I was hoping for my first TROG in October 2016 and at the same time meet up with my dear friend Cuznbrucie on his own home ground. But in the time...
Gotta love them Model A roadsters. Here's my take on it. 1928 on 1932 chassis. :)
Love that car!
Here's the parts I will use on my engine :)
The ultimate piece to start with if you are running a Cadillac flathead. :cool:
Gotta be more of these beauties? Traditional style, please. :)
Just a great looking hot rod and a perfect example of less is more. That is #1 in my rule book and I am glad to see that sometimes even the big...
Congratulations! You rock!
Those two last pictures! Your car will be a killer!
Nice thread and I specially appreciate the cool built cars with a special personal touch to the regular formula.
Here's my traditional -32...
It's gonna be a nice car. When you don't chop the roof, I think it's good not to go too low on the lowering of the car. A couple of inches in the...
Not to be rude, but what in heavens name are you doing on a forum where people are talking custom cars? I know it's very straight forward, so...
It would have been great with a chop on that car. The roof is pretty high and square, so to take it down a bit would have improved the car a lot....
Very nice. Why did you not proceed with the chop?
Bump! New price!
I have searched through the years to find some pics of nice dressed up Cadillac flatheads, but there seems to be very few of them. I will use...
Cruising the harbor district
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