The Jalopy Journal
Care to post any current photos? Nice looking coupe!
I think that it does have a reserve. When it was first listed it had a buy it now price. Then within a few hours the buy it now went away and it...
DeLorean worked in a body shop in 1948 as a WWII returnee. This is according to the Wikipedia article about him. Sure sounds like it could have...
Looks like a 30's steering box. The roadster was put together in the 1942 era per Pat's article.
note: If you have tried to contact me on the the firstname.lastname@example.org email I have not received your email. It apparently has been dead for...
Thanks for the mention Tman. I am not currently making any runs of dash panels.
Thank you for all your interest and positive feedback to all...
I have an Edmunds single 4 barrel for Dodge Hemi. 1953?
I think the Weiand 265/283 early valve covers are one of my favorite aftermarket.
I believe that this is the same car. I had thought that it was a fuel sedan from the 50's before seeing the photos from 1963. I think it is a...
This my favorite thread. Glad to see that the roadster pickup is going back to Dale's.
His name is Bobby Wolcott
Original Auburn dash.
I don't have any information on this 3w. Bitchin'
I don't know whose this is but I sure like it.
Bring on more photos. Thanks KKT and Ottomotive.
Here is the 265 mounted in my roadster. It mounts to a '39 trans and a torque tube driveshaft to 1941 Ford rear end. Notice the fan size. I've...
Can anyone enlighten me on the mounting of the motor using the stock motor mounts as shown. Is their a Hurst motor mount that attaches to the...
Wow!! What a find.
Not my car. This is a friend's photo taken around 1960. The engine sits low when mated up to the '39 transmission. The fan has to be cut down...
The Neves roadster had a quick change. Therefore the need for an A spring to clear the quick change. Heating the ends of the spring lowered the...
From the photos it looks like the Neves roadster was center steer while the Woody Lee T was a two seater. At least in the old photos.
[ATTACH] This has been my favorite roadster for a long time. Captain Charles Adams '32 race car in 1947 and then in Texas in 1952. Custom...
I believe that I was the first advertiser.
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