The Jalopy Journal
Thanks fellas I like to explain what I'm doing and how I decided to do it. It's like the old saying, "Give a man a fish and feed him for a day....
Hello! Welcome to part 17 of Mart's 32 Sedan build and part 11 of the Ol' 59 Flatty refurb. In this video I show how to determine the length of...
Tell me a bit more about the shrink disc...
Lookin great. Glad you found those parts.
That's very interesting. Yes, now I look again there are only 4 pushrods on that side. Good eye, Sir!
I understand the circus is looking for a new person to do this job. The applicant needs to be of the right calibre of course.
Yeah, Monkey, I enjoy using the boring machine. It's a well built piece, proper vintage quality.
Yes, a job well done. You're right to remind yourself of how it looked. sometimes when doing a project it's too easy to keep focussing on the next...
Looking sweet, Auliz. Glad it all got there safely. Mart.
Giving it a bump for Saturday.
You might have some fittings already. They're used on some of the oil filter housings. Rockauto list them as do Summit....
Hello! Welcome to some more nonsense from Mart's Messy garage. In part 1, I discover more problems with the 59 Flatty. I do some machining to...
Nice rack. Nyuk nyuk.
Great job with the scrap too, in the tube bender dies.
It's nice to see this one pop up again. One of my favourites.
Thanks Dudley. Let's give this one for Sunday.
Hello! Welcome to another forty minutes of fun from Mart's Garage. In this week's video I make some changes to the 32 Sedan brake setup and share...
Great sheet metal skills there, Lars.
Re the plugless flattys on the test stands.
I saw something similar on the A series line at the Austin factory at Longbridge. They would turn the...
Lookin' good, Lars. always remember, steel is real.
Giving it a bump for Sunday.
Have a look at this. It explains it pretty well.
Link now added.
Hello! Welcome to Mart's garage. In part 1 of this week's video I continue with the front brakes on the 32 Sedan, locating, trimming and mounting...
Unless I've misunderstood, that is correct. It's the action of the differential. Both wheels jacked, up, driveshaft not turning, (In gear), turn...
Thanks for the info. Did you do something different after the first two?
The top looks great. The stitching looks great too, from this side of my monitor.
Thanks for all the comments fellas. As the hamb was down yesterday, here's Saturdays bump on Sunday.
That's cool as anything, Tim, very well done.
^^ I think that impala might be photoshopped.
I've seen that picture numerous times and never saw that Impala sitting low like that.
And one for Sunday.
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