The Jalopy Journal
That's it. Looks like I was a few months off the date.
I have a lasting memory of him at the wheel of a Cooper-Climax on a 1959 cover of Road &Track.
GMTA:) However, mine's still a flathead, although it's been warmed up a little with a Holley 390, Offenhauser intake and heads, and Fenton headers.
Also, someone added Deluxe headlight buckets; they were body color on the "Standards."
I tried it on a fender, and it worked.
You might try the FordBarn, too.
Here's a link to some historical info on Sun tachs:...
5k Sun "Football" tach would be appropriate.
I think the snavus rod on the knockulator was somehow compromised;)
"My Merry Oldsmobile"
"Blinded by the Light" ("Revved up like at deuce....")
Nighttime = Halo time:(
You might try the FordBarn for some advice.
Try the FordBarn.
You might also consider switching to a higher ratio rear end, e.g., 3.54.
I ditched Photobucket long ago, and life is still good.
x2. Points will get you home.
I know where there's a pair of '34 bumpers for sale, if he needs them.
The corollary is walking into another room and forgetting the reason you went there.
Here's to you, Bubba:)
Check with Regulator Roy: http://www.regulatorroy.net/
I agree. Just went through a similar scenario on my flathead, and it turned out to be plug wires. An easy way to check is to start the engine in...
I think it was Henry Ford himself who said, "Points will get you home." ;)
In Germany, it was "Pack den Tiger in den Tank."
"I ain't as good as I once was,
But I'm as good once, as I ever was."
Beer helps a lot.
My '40 Ford is 6v ( and positive ground) with an alternator and an Optima battery inside a Group 2 disguise case. In 15 years, it's given me no...
Check this site: http://scdmvonline.com/Vehicle-Owners/Moving-To-SC
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