The Jalopy Journal
There's always a way. :)
I'm not sure what the best way would be. I have cut coils, but I'm going to look at some other options. It's a bit trickier with king pins, but...
I'm not sure where I found this one, but I dig the rear bumper/front bumper combo and the trim treatment from back in the day.
I have one that I am redoing. Check my pics folder.
We were evacuated, but came home to a dry home. We were fortunate - another couple we were evacuated with lost everything.
Is your throttle cable sticking?
Thanks for having us!
The kick down was disconnected on mine when I first got the car. We hooked it up and it is night and day. Much smoother.
I'm curious about the...
Rollers CC, Calgary, Alberta
It was nice meeting you James.
Ah, gotcha. Yeah, I get that. I have seen a couple of Canadian Pontiacs with body parts replaced to make them into 55 Chevies. I didn't like that...
Thanks. It's in a transitional phase, I still have a lot of work to do on it, but it works for now.
That's just what people do/did with customs. If you like the car as it is, you go with that. If you want a custom, you change it. It keeps people...
For comparison, this is my American Poncho:
Cool. Mine has the same thing.
It's easier to get a lot of parts for a Canadian Pontiac since it has the Chevy drive train and chassis. There' are more after market and...
That's either the car Cole Foster did for Mike Ness or a clone:
Usually nothing. My neighbor kept calling it a low rider all the time. While we were swapping beers in the garage one day I explained the...
One of our club members owns that car now. The chop, paint and interior are very well done.
Looking great! :)
Got mine on the Pontiac yesterday. You're right, it is THE sound. :D
Around here, it can be hard to build a hot rod for less than $15-$20 000. Prices are higher, parts are less plentiful, etc. Some people find...
Sound great! I finally ordered a pair for my Pontiac a week ago, but they are on backorder. I can't wait to get them. :D
Built here in Calgary back in the day. Some of the guys in our club know the people who built it. It was a home garage build, hand stitched...
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