The Jalopy Journal
Thanks guys, I know somebody knows.
Ok, cool. Thanks guys.
Thanks, that looks like the headlight rings. Anybody have an idea for the dash bezel?
Had these for a while but not able to determine their origin. Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Todd
I would say "yes".
Sorry about this. Are the pictures working now?
Ok, I tried to use a direct link. Can anyone see pics now?
I believe this is from around 1948 but not for sure. Any help is appreciated.
It's like a "Kenwood" for the 1940's. That is way cool.
A friend of mine used to leave the oil drain plug out and pour diesel fuel through the crankcase (ENGINE OFF!). When he was satisfied he then...
Thanks. It has a factory appearance so I thought it might have been an option or accessory.
Thanks! You don't know how true that is. It was sitting in a barn from 1985-2008. It was built for doing some work.
I agree. No, I just have this part. I may go back over there and "dig" some more now that I know there is more to it.
Thanks for all of the welcomes! DirtyJohn, I am happy to answer any questions you may have.
Welcome from Big D!
Thanks for the welcomes. BTW, I run a carburetor rebuilding business in the Dallas area so I will try to help answer carb questions if I can.
I was thinking it could be from the 40's.
My uncle used to own a 59 Ford truck that someone actually brush painted two-tone light blue and white. I thought it looked horrible but it left a...
Hi there, I have heard a lot about this message board but had no idea the volume of members and posts. My first post went to the second page...
Buick was Wildcat 445 which was based on the torque rating.
Well, I have this dash bezel with radio knobs. I have had no luck on the internet and ebay looking at pictures. I can't seem to find anything else...
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