The Jalopy Journal
Halibrands fit the theme of the build.
Looks like the puzzle pieces will work out well! I'm watching.
Great job, Tim. I can visualize Natty driving this, with 3 of her friends riding along with the top down. What is her color choice?
Mine measures 2.350" I.D.
I like it!
Use the dual reservoir master cylinder for safety. Good to have 2 separate circuits.
Wow! That's ^^^ an awesome picture!!
Belated Happy Birthday, Danny! I always seem to show up late to the party!
Glad to hear you and Brenda are O.K. after the horrible storms passed...
She's ready to GO!
Thanks for the video Carl, I sure needed it.
Incredible work Cody. I'd be happy to have 10% of your fabricating ability!
How much is the channel? Pics almost show it heavier in the front.
Robert, with your welding skills, it could be done before you head back to work. Use the cash on other speed parts!
I'd be tempted to replace the hardboard with fiberglass piece cut to shape and glassed to inside fender from the back side. reinforce as necessary.
Great! It has that "tough guy" look... but I know you have tremendous dentistry skills.
Great job.... looks awesome. Can you bend the shift lever a smidge to avoid the cut?
Hot rods and family... Great life!
This hot rod doesn't need one of those over-done, winged or nose thumbing, shirt ripping, triple chrome plated street rod jobs. Keep it simple.
Great job Todd. Looks awesome top to bottom, inside and out. Would love to get a little video so we can hear those headers!
Great job! Put up a sign, and add me to your appointment book.
You do some AWESOME work, my friend! Going to sound HEALTHY!
Great effort to save the block, Jim! Sometimes you win...sometimes you lose, but nobody can say you didn't try.
This swap meet is my favorite. I couldn't make it last year, but hope to be there this year!
Welcome, and good luck with the build.
Sounds awesome. Love that lope!
Incredible job, Tim. I always enjoy seeing your work! Looking forward to your next post.
Awesome job Mike! I love the color choices you made.
Lots of work in a such short time! Now I feel like the local Sloth!
Happy for you, Anders! You will be driving soon.
Wow! Great looking truck! This is a cool thread, with a very cool family.
And... another one hooked!
Looking good, Carl. Lotsa WORK for lotsa FUN!
Ok already! I can't stand the suspense!
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