The Jalopy Journal
Detroit builds what they want to build and convinces us that it is what we want. How is that for being cynical?
Just when you think teens are a lost generation....
The Lane Museum in Nashville, Tn. has this display about Ganz. Read the 2nd one first.
It's Olive Oil!!
Yes, Zoran. It is '50's kids that are doing the Cyclekarts today. I hope to get back to doing that. I have the engine, front axle and wheels....
You will never see that done these days unfortunately.
I really love that car. I had already collected 30+ pix of it starting with shots of it in the museum. How well does it do on the track?
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That is the only pic I have of that car but here are 2 more with similar axle. They both look like a stock axle that has been flattened ( could be...
Some Austin 7 front axle options.
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Love Austin 7 Specials.
Love those Amilcar's.
I have 16 pix of that car if you would like to see more.
Great, reminds me of the VonDutch Wing.
And a Black BSA and a silver Sandford.
I suspect that is a Bantam frame. Here is an Austin 7 frame.
Ah, French; who would have guessed.
It's a 5 wheeler!!
That's a rare one!!
The BSA three wheeler had a similar front suspension with front wheel drive.
Herb, you did what is needed to save the crank.
I know of one guy that used a Saab or was it a Subaru right angle drive box for the chain drive. I...
Morgan had to put a thrust bearing between the clutch and crankshaft and a "compensator" to absorb the engine pulses. The compensator is now...
Yes but you didn't have a flywheel , pressure plate and axial thrust applied to it. Most cases of using a Harley engine like this in a car...
I wonder how long that engine lasted.
Those spare wheels spoil the look of an amazing car. Should have made the pockets larger to bring the tire down more.
What a great car!!
I was referring to the reply that someone made an electric buckboard suing an old starter/generator for the motor. I doubt that back then they...
I wonder if the starter/generator was used for regenerative braking??
It is similar but the Sandford grill is more vertical and the tail more blunt. Also look at the panel over the frame rails where the leaf springs...
I think we had this pic before and nobody could identify the trike.
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