The Jalopy Journal
#1 all the way. They nailed "the look" right out of the gate (or driveway in this case)
It was an absolute crime to crush this car.
That is what I was thinking! :D
Thanks RustyNewYorker for the quick response. Long Live the HAMB, and the answers to impossible questions in record time. :)
I believe in the preservation of all vintage tin, so when a cousin of mine told me that he had found an old firewall in the woods behind his...
Thanks for posting this great photo. 15 years later, I STILL remember it. Cool cars will do that to you. ;)
That's IT!!! Thank you.
I still love the look of that car. It still looks like a Willys to me, though.
It was a four door, and I THINK it may have had a big red hot pepper painted on the side. (maybe)
There was a really cool late 30's Willys (37-38?) sedan that ran at Bonneville in the late 90's. It was orange and heavily chopped....
I'll be there. Someday, I may even bring a car and PARTICIPATE. ;)
I second this comment. The answer is "nowhere else".
That "Jim Ford Knee Bender 2000" sure works nice!!!
That is one of the best transmission humps I've seen. :D
Thanks for the exceptional video! It sounds even better in the "Man-Room", with the surround sound on, and the subwoofer cranked up. :) All I'm...
You have a late 60's GM pickup, right?
Although it is a little new for the HAMB, they DO look good with a couple inches out of the top.
Welcome from Ontario.
This is my '62.
I just pulled the 144 engine and trans out of my 1962 Falcon. I don't need any of it.
PM me exactly what you need, or I can send you ALL of it.
Welcome from 30 minutes to the south.
I recognize some of those hoodlums. ;)
It's one of the cleanest roadsters out there.
I guess the Chrysler Heritage and History don't matter much to the boys at Fiat. :(
Meguire's sells a headlight restoration kit that is basically plastic polish. You buff the scratches out.
I've never used it, so I can't...
This truck is fantastic!!!
I consider and build for strength and function first, but I always consider the appearance as well. I want the part to look good, regardless of...
How many of you chopped your own car?
How many had someone else to do it?
I'm not judging. I'm just curious.
I cut mine myself; but I...
I just have to say that this is one of the most brilliant chops I've ever seen. You must have studied that body for DAYS, figuring out where all...
Welcome, from another Ontario member.
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