The Jalopy Journal
I dig it but am not feeling the gasoline sign.
I immediately thought of Mike Dunn in Funny Car Summer.
Thanks for the link.
I was hoping for more pics of that crazy Bugeye with the VW front suspension.
What's wrong with me?
Start a conversation with Hemi J to get his attention. It's the new personal messaging system.
He responded back in May and unless you quote his...
So this is a restoration site now?
I'd use the red for oil pressure and the green for generator.
20 million VW bugs can't be wrong.
I think I saw muscle shirts on a Chevelle once....
Manually downshift in the event you need to pass.
To me it would be a shame to cover any vintage Captain America helmet with paint.
There are a shitload of bikers here in NC and there may be an...
Where's all the masking?
What'd you use? Elmer's and glitter?
Rack and pinion.
Alrighty....... so the search for an S-10 commences......... ?
Not HAMB friendly but a logically viable option. No sarcasm intended....
Certainly one way to lay frame.
Put the bong away.
Exactly what do you mean by trashed?
Gaping rust holes? Buckling from being hit?
I'm having trouble imagining what you would consider damage...
Stop. You're killing me.
Good thing you weren't working on a Prius in your driveway.
I know that feeling well. But I start in the garage. Walking around. Looking on shelves, in drawers, boxes, etc. waiting for the solution to jump...
I'm just wondering how you happened to find yourself sitting on a driveshaft and rearend here in the states of a German Ford I've never heard of...
Don't have any pics but fixed an old dashboard clock in a '49 Dodge Wayfarer once with the movement from an old kitchen plate clock.
Sounds like it's time to pick up an assortment of hammers and dollies and start bumping some metal.
Get a copy of Frank Sargent's "Key To Metal...
I imagine he didn't tell UHaul what he planned to tow!
Looks like it came with a '52 and up driver's door. Might be tough finding a one year only...
Here's some great vintage footage of some in action from the 1969 movie Pit Stop.
The action starts at 4:33....
Didn't seem to me that the peanut butter lid had much light transmissivity.
Took a flashlight to the kitchen and was shocked to find out it does...
If that's the case you may want to consider using "kitty hair" fiberglass reinforced filler at first, bringing up the surface somewhat near where...
Sound like the filler may need to be too thick.
May have to evaluate what it's covering.
I've heard Jeep rear wiper motors used with a little modification.
Some are two speed, self-parking.
I believe that makes it unanimous.
Must be a first for this site.
Dad was a sailor. Know exactly what that is.
Got dog tags hanging from mine.
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