The Jalopy Journal
Anybody know of any supreme style wheels that are all steel and have a direct bolt pattern not unilug?
Anybody have any experience with the supremes that cragar is making now? They are supposed to be aluminum centers with a steel rim. They seem to...
I've bought a ton of stuff from them. They are always good to deal with. In fact I am installing carpet from them this week! It looks really...
Nice! I can't wait to see where you take this thing.
The motor I used was given to me so I don't know exactly what it was for. It came with a tiny wiper arm about 4 1/2" long. It has a 90 degree...
Motorcycle shops sell air filter element foam in sheets. You can cut to fit!
Here's my first attempt at an easy tech article for adapting a cheap electric wiper motor to your vacuum/cable operated wipers on 1953-1954 Chevy...
Close this shit already!!!
I'm putting a gen 4 system from vintage air in my 54. I have it on order as we speak. It is the top of the line heat/cool/defrost unit. It's...
Thanks 54fierro!! That should really help a lot.
I found some tack strips through national chevy association. They are on the way! Ez-boy rod interiors is making the headliner.
Awesome! Thanks. I was hoping I would not have to take out the glass. I hope I can tackle this without a bunch o wrinkles.
Did you replace the tack strips. Mine are a little rough.
Bump for the evening crew!!!!
Has anyone ever installed a headliner in a 54 Chevy car? I am getting ready to do the interior on my car and I have a few questions.
I just asked this same question a couple weeks back!
Check this thread.
I voted!!! Tommy Tarver on Facebook.
Try a local 4x4 shop and ask for lift blocks!
Cool, thanks! I'll check em out. Anybody else?
I am rebuilding the steering on my 54 Chevy. After i get done putting it all back together i want to get an alignment. Does anyone know of an...
I am thinking about doing 55 eyebrows on my 54. Does anyone have any other pics of this car???? Or has anyone else done this and have any...
Ha, cool! That one is a little different than mine. It's interesting to see that there were apparently several different versions of this fix....
Hmm that's what I figured! It only took about 20 minutes to get the idler arm off. I do have a sbc in mine though. The balancer was pretty close...
Could it be an old aftermarket part that was used instead of having to rebuild the center link?
I am rebuilding the steering on my 54 Chevy. When I got the idler arm removed I found what looks to be like a "band-aid" fix for removing slop...
Here's mine. Dropped leaves, 4 inch blocks, Gambino notch in the rear. Cut coils up front.
Just bought one! $132 bucks with a coupon!!!
Here is the first shot I got once she moved under her own power!
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