The Jalopy Journal
I was 13 years old and driving around in the country in a 1949 Chevy pick up. Sure wish I still had that truck.
120" wheel base. Yeah, it's long and has a pretty smooth ride being long. I am going to move the radiator back to fill in that wide gap. I...
Just saw this thread. Here is where I am right now.
Wow! I didn't think there was any steel ones left.
Here is mine so far. 10" stretch. I had to have more room.
OUTSTANDING! Love it, man!
BeeUuTeeeFul ! Love that car.
T-Bucket stretched 10" in the cowl. No pick up bed. Going with spun aluminum tank behind body. SBC with a little over 300 HP.
I'm wanting to use a Model A grille shell on my T. Can someone tell me how wide and how tall the shell is? My frame is 22" wide.
Got pictures? How much?
Who makes really nice, weird, cool shifter knobs for B&M shifters?
Beautiful man! Just beautiful!!!
My box has 5/8 smooth shaft.
That's pretty cool. I may have met you. I was a school teacher a one of the Elementary schools.
Here is my situation. I have a corvair steering box with a smooth shaft (5/8), and 3/4 DD on column. Does anyone make a u-joint that will...
I'm wanting to use a mustang radiator in my project, and can anyone tell me if you can put some mounting tabs on the sides of the radiator?...
Wow!! This sounds like a very cool deal! I remember that strip when I was stationed at the Naval Air Station in Grand Prairie. I can't wait!
Looking for a title for 1923 model T.
I was talking to a guy at the Goodguys Show here in Ft.Worth and he told me this here was a great place to go and get some answers about hot rods...
I'm getting ready to start on my T. I know a lot of folks use the S-10 rear end. Does anyone know if ya have to get off set wheels for this rear...
I'll probably go SBC and Turbo 350. Yeah, the guys from Spirit are really nice guys, for sure. I'll keep ya posted on my progress.
I'm sure you all have heard this a million times, but I'm a FNG and I'd like to know what I have to do to get a title for a 1927 T that I will be...
Howdy from Hurst, Texas. In the process of building a '27 T, using a Spirit body. Looks like a cool site for some much needed assistance.
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