The Jalopy Journal
Yes, 600,000. Denise (see above) and I got there a week early, staked out a camp in the woods and partied for over a week.:cool: Borrowed my Dad's...
X2 @junkyardjeff has got it figured out...patience:cool:
Years ago I bought some Cal Custom finned aluminum valve covers that had NO holes. They looked great on the engine, but had to run the PVC off the...
Yep, I'm too old for this poll to.:(
I was joking with the neighbor's kid, who built & drives a nice "tuner", that I'm SO old...that my first...
And you could get a pair of vacuum-formed (orangish brown) horseshoes to put on your car:)
And S & H Green stamps:D
How about some more Japan tin...
Bandai Japan Lotus Elan
Haji Japan '57 Ford Wagon
Yonezawa Japan Rolls...
Lincoln toys was a direct competitor of Marx and Wyandotte and made similar size and style toys. Not really a whole lot of info on the...
My era too:D:cool: This must be the brotherhood of "Hippy Hot Rodders"
In 1969, we lived only about 75 miles from Woodstock and of course I was...
Target practice of course:D
I remember back when I was a teenager, an old sage (the town drunk) once told me:
"make the most of today...because tomorrow could really suck"...
BOGUS !!! C'mon...even if that Stude ended up going to a Pick-a Part, those guys aren't idiots. Even if someone who works there didn't want it,...
Yes, sort of a gravity drains on many early Fords. Roof insert, quarter windows, rear window, deck lid...none of it was absolutely water tight.:eek:
I was gonna say a 326... but with the 4bbl manifold, more likely a 389.
30 pack of BEER Ray...or about 3 hours of entertainment for me;)
C'mon guys...25 post and no "shop Gremlins"?
LOL. My parents smoked Raleigh non-filters (and saved the coupons) and potty-trained me with "cigarette butt target practice";)
LOL That's the point...he might not get a gasket...let alone one to blow.;)
Ha ha, no I don't believe in gremlins...but I do believe in alternate universes...and that's where half my stuff has gone:(
I'll be 69 this summer (if I make it) so certainly not the oldest. I've told this story before...but it still makes me smile.:)
I first saw Ed...
I've found that the Frosted Flakes box works GRRRRREAT:p
C'mon Danny, you already know the answer:D Even a homemade gasket will be better than no gasket at all;)
Also, I'll invite the neighbors over and we 'll do some "NY style, late night, spotlight Carp shootin"
Hey Lloyd. The ice is gone and the river is up...we can fish right off the deck:D
Oh yeah, don't forget to bring plenty of bail money:eek:
I always picture (incorrectly) T-Buckets being rather "spindley" and delicate...obviously Norm didn't see it that way:cool:
Hey, a "ridged" is good enough for the Harley guys...you just make up the difference in your seat springs;):p
That's funny @scotty t , I'm counting on the "bigness" of the country to keep @Lloyd's paint & glass at a distance:eek::D
Ya know Lloyd, I always thought I was kinda special...even the kids who rode the "short bus" with me mostly agreed.
LMAO. I actually grew up in Southern Calif...but I think I held myself in high esteem on that coast too.;):D:D:D
I don't know about some of you guys...some of my fondest hot rod memories are those "Indoor Shows"
I kinda feel sorry for those who missed that...
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