The Jalopy Journal
Adams' Esso, St. Johns, NL late 40s. [IMG]
St. Johns, Newfoundland.[IMG]
Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.[IMG]
Sad to hear. I only saw him on TV or You Tube and he had a charisma that would make you respect him and he would be the kind of person you would...
St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada[IMG]
Old school buses can be a good source of metal and also the flat windshields which can be cut to size.
I always thought the hubcaps I had were 56 Mercury but now think they are from a 63-64 Ford R-code car.[ATTACH]
Sorry to read this Bill, my condolences.
This is a link to the video done yesterday on the HAMBANDY build. If someone else posted it, I didn't see it, admins can delete it. [MEDIA]
Merry Christmas from the Far East ( of Canada ).[ATTACH]
Some older guys still do it,lol.[ATTACH]
Always sad to hear, condolences, may he Rest in Peace.
Nice pics, thanks for sharing.
I like your car, I liked the ride, but was disappointed you didn't take us in for a milkshake.
Any progress on your project?
I am so surprised that there is not more subscribers to this youtube channel. He does a great job on his videos. [MEDIA] .
59 Ford dash.
I would definitely save them.
Hope all improves health wise. It maybe time to find another mechanic.
I have used the soft side of Velcro to make window channel felt. It has glue on the back and sticks good.
Sorry to hear about your mother, and your health issues thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
It's been six days since your last report, hope your safe and sound.
Condolences to you and your family.
Out and about with a few friends Wed. evening.[ATTACH]
Oh, the show is still going. Maybe I'll cruise in. I've always been a day late and a dollar short.[ATTACH]
That looks to me like a coin op scale, you'd put in your money and get your weight and probably your fortune told.
Happy Anniversary Danny and Brenda. Did you do the picnic?
I think this guy has lots of helpful hints for any of us that are doing metalwork on a budget.
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