The Jalopy Journal
That's one fine lookin truck!
I found industrial strength velcro at Lowes that works very well in tricky places such as tunnel and at firewall.
Yo' slammed, I'm thinkin your avatar should be "Barney Fife";)
'50 Club Coupe;
I used the same folks, worked out real well. Used HOK black and several coats of Southern Polyureathane's Universal clear w/UV protecter for finish.
Yup.....What he said.
"Whether you think you can, or you think you can't...you are right." Henry Ford. The cost of a DIY paint job is in materials/supplies, it doesn't...
I do not use a high build primer, but if I did I would use Southern Polyureathane's, all their other products are great and more reasonably priced...
Old threads and red wheels, gotta love "tradition":D
Yep, you'll look plenty tuff enough with the hood on!:D
Just a heads up from a local. Given alternatives, I would avoid booking accommadations in Williamson County. "Authorities" there are justifiably...
Got Borlas on the 312 in my '56 Bird, they sound really sweet. They only speak up when I get on it.
Check out Southern Polyurethanes website, good info and good stuff.
I tend to customize my hot rods and hot rod my customs, so I'm good with it all together.
Not to difficult with bearclaws, did it on the '50 coupe and in the process on the '36 PU, Rocky Hinge has a pretty sweet setup. If you are...
Another cedar chopper here.
My DD '36 PU needs wipers, I can't swing the $400. Newport setup, but I need a good fitting/funtional setup. Any recommendations appreciated.
Thanks Lee, I'll check out the Muffin man.
My '36 Ford PU is ready for some pipes, who's good in Austin, Tx.
Flowmasters on the 390 in the Bump, Mellowtones on the flathead in the '50 Club Coupe and ss Borlas on the Tbird 312. Those Borlas on the Yblock...
My '36 pickup is needing a headliner. Macs has a fiberglass version and a cardboard one, has anyone had experience with either? Is there a better...
It looks like my '36, except for the gas filler.
straightpipes, They have been putting ethanol in our gas for over 30 years, infact the "Energy Policy Act of 2005" mandates that annual...
Southern Polyurethanes, Universal Clear.
Since you are puttin' an sbc in a Ford, might as well paint it orange, seems like the "popular" thing to do.:rolleyes:
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