The Jalopy Journal
Heres a couple of pics of mine, making incredibly slow progress.
312 y block 4" chop and modified frame to follow the body more like a pinched 32...
Very very nice.
Better with the guards.
I had a similar problem with a rear rod on my model A, I did use heat and no press, don't have one. It Worked for me.
Another vote for kitty litter to dry things out.
As edwardlloyd said, there is masses of info on the Rover V8 which is essentially the same engine.
Fantastic save, great workmanship but those rear fenders look loooooooong to me the rear overhang looks huge. Be good to see a side profile with...
I've imported a couple into the UK with only a notarised bill of sale and no title, never been a problem.
Here's mine, 1950 f2 currently in aspen Colorado, shipping it over sometime!
I know someone here in the UK who has a juice brake set up on his model A and is looking to change back to Rod brakes. I can give you his contact...
Check out Langys' build here on the Hamb, looks great to me.
No, but I like it.
Very impressive stuff mate, we' re watching.
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Like jc62, busy getting born!
That is one amazing project, you must really want one! Fantastic work..
Looking at that makes my eyes feel weird.
I bought my model A off ebay, sent the money by PayPal, it's often the only way to do it when you live in Europe, you have to trust the seller!...
Freelance auto clay sculptor, currently working on Bentleys.
The guy in the first picture has got two heads, weird.
My 29 has a plated (nickel I think) grill.
I used it on an aluminium trials bike tank, didn't want to weld it cause it would spoil the original paint, never had a problem.
Just had a similar problem fitting some mercury steel wheels, re drilled the hubs for longer studs and made/ fitted a thin spacer as in the...
Look up Langys thread " my willys coupe build" for all the info/ inspiration you need.
Don't do it, the car looks great without the fender stretch.
Me for one.
Have a look at any of mindover's posts here on the hamb to see what is possible- or buy his DVD. I find my gas setup usefull for heating and...
Just read the thread about this thing and the company that built it, I couldn't stop laughing- sounds fantastic I really want one!
Thought I would add these to to mix- they are in Turkey!
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