The Jalopy Journal
The Super Bell Coupe video, with the Pete and Jakes cars.
Pretty sure if you can find a copy of The Rodder's Journal #49? with the Pete and Jakes cars on the cover, the Super Bell Coupe is also covered...
The Bruce Meyer 3W was once owned by a local friend.
Mid 1960's factory gauge display featuring Custom gauges. Includes a SW catalog and several shown display gauges. Pick-up only.
Sun 1120 Engine Analyzer - comes with a large collection of Sun components plus a library of tune up cards. Pick-up only.
[ATTACH] Early 1950s Sun Distributor Machine on rolling cabinet. Pick-up only. Cool garage piece. Seen in TRJ #70
Now the whole story is out there. Very cool to see and read.
My '56 bw. It has a Cobra equipped 289 under all of those louvers. Plans are to go to Halibrand Sprints later this year.
I am still looking to see if I can find a photo!
This car was a regular at York, which is where I saw it last. It may have been 20 years ago.
Before I moved to my current home, I went in the...
This Desoto was bought by my family in 1982 from the high desert of California from Wingate's Classic Cars. It is an exceptionally straight car...
Looking to find the current owner of an old-school Baltimore built 1950's built chopped 1932 Ford 5-window coupe. It was red, full fendered with...
I am looking for any information or photos of the Fenn & MacLaren Desoto powered belly tank lakester that ran at Bonneville in the late 1950s. In...
Maybe not the best, but the one that turned my crank. A chopped 5 window on the April 1973 issue of Rod & Custom.[ATTACH]
Then I am a little...
Wow Tom. Again your coverage is spectacular. I truly love the 32 3w with the early Caddy caps.
Thank you. Jay
Looks like you are having a ball. Carpe diem my friend.
Tom, thank you for the fantastic shots of the '32. Wow. As for the wheel, I bought it at Hershey decades ago for $10. It is a cast aluminum...
Man, give a guy a break! Hahaha. Many thanks to Vegas for getting me over to the east side. Not everyone can properly deal with Halibrands....
I will be there this year with the '56 F100 BW and the '32.
6V guy in a 12V world
Just to chime in,
I was told that PM -7 stood for Pattern Mold 7. Andy Thickstun, from Alaska was consulted in the Rodder's Journal story on...
This T-bucket, the 303 Fiat Topolino, the flip top Ardun-powered Crosley and the two BA T-Buckets with slicks from Jersey (Sunquist and...
It was the November 1973 Rod Action cover car
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