The Jalopy Journal
If you build one of the two I see some parts I could use! Nice find.
I have a 29 coupe as well. The repo latch did not fit at all. After many hours of trying to make it fit, I rebuilt the original. I welded up...
Looks good to me. I picked up a machine to do the same when I get there.
That looks really good! How did you make a pattern for the head liner?
After fighting the same problem and having them leak, I ended up with a lokar.
My thread is called “ Finally got it chopped”
Make sure the body is properly mounted on the frame, body blocks and shims are in place so your doors close nice and your body lines line up. If...
Nice chrome bits, looks good!
I have to do the same thing, thank you!
That car has the look. When they built it did they keep the wood in the body? What are your plans for it?
Looking good, when is the first drive?
Is that a plug or does it move? It has a small burr on it.
Thank you squirrel, I figured you would be the guy the knew. How could that come out?
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] Pulled the pan to change the oil and this valve fell out. Having trouble finding any reference to what holds it in....
I like the look of a stock floor pan. I value a car higher when it looks like a stock floor.
What type of damage does the late 32 have? If someone booger welded on to it can you clean it up? If it is not the bearing surface things can be...
If you have a late 32 rearend I think it is as strong as the 40. Everything will bolt together then.
If your 32 rear is a late it should work. Look at the axle end to see if it matches the 40.
I will see if I can convince my wife to push on the bumper and see what happens. Thanks for the help.
It has jack stands under the rear axle. Any chance the new u-joint will survive being pushed out of this driveshaft? Looks like I need a 55.5”...
[ATTACH] This is on my 1955 Chevy car. Turbo 350, leaf and stock rearend. I only have about 1/2 inch of movement available. Too little? I know...
Looks good, is that paint on the grill?
Check out Wilcap, they have all the pieces you will need.
I think you should be able to find the seat back springs at one of the aftermarket early v8 parts dealers. The original seat would match the rest...
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