The Jalopy Journal
I drove this ol' girl from Southern Colorado to Southern California. The stove bolt clicked a happy tune all down Route 66...
Looks like some good progress. Keep chipping away at it.
Welcome to the HAMB, Dirty-D!
Cool pics. Great excuse to hang out around some nice cars.
Wow, this is one of the coolest threads I've come across on the HAMB. I like your truck and camper. I like all of the life stories you wove into...
How's the car coming? Did you get it back rolling? Fire it up?
Hows the family truckster coming along? Sounds like its gonna be a sweet ride when its done.
Let us know your progress. Patrick is definitely a good source for parts and advice. Great customer service too.
It looks like a solid candidate.
Rustem, did you get it to work? I installed a 261 in my 53. I called Mr. Langdon at the above mentioned website, then I sent him my motor...
Glad to pitch in, good luck on your project!
Too bad. Hopefully it went to a good home.
Thanks for the info!
I like the Pontiac stainless on the side too. Looks good.
Are you redoing the interior with the T-bird seats as well?
How did it ride on the Jamco springs?
Inked - Nice ride! Did you use drop spindles? Was one coil enough? How and how much did you drop the rear?
How does it handle now?
James D makes a good point...
Here are pictures of my WCD 720SA with linkage and lines on a 1953 Pontiac flat head, inline 8. Let me know if you need pictures of anything else.
Here are some pictures of mine, if it helps.
Did you do this? How did it turn out? What shocks did you end up going with? Did you find a thread with good pictures?
Wow! Roaddog, nice ride. Looks like a lotta hours of love went into that build. That's some amazing vision to create that out of an "unloved"...
I have mine apart soaking to rebuild it. I'll try to send you some pics of it back together.
I believe the 7002380 number is one of the patent numbers. That number is on the side of my carb on my 53 Catalina Coupe with the 268 cui I8. My...
Thanks for the fuel pump! I'll have to coat it in 3 inches of grease then bake it on to make sure it matches the rest of the "engine patina" on...
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