The Jalopy Journal
Tried 3 times from laptop, no go, why make it so difficult? Sheesh!
Do you type the last question backwards? I tried both no luck.
The explanation of the relationship of hp to torque is excellent. I often wonder how much of the early speed equipment was successfully designed...
Thanks for sharing the photo.:D
I have the Edmunds 2x2 for early Chrysler Hemi that someone did a pretty decent job of modifying for 94s....
[ATTACH] Speedweek last year, thunderstorm on the way home washed the salt off.:eek:
60 Sunliner, the chrome must attach from the top. Here is a thread about one with some info about value/rarity....
Only on the HAMB, Listening to LZ when this pops up.
This pic puts a big smile on my face. Thanks![IMG]
Wow! What did the guy you helped get?
Don't go to "they.com", warned you.
Love it, just for fun.....
The HAMB, your own personal parts guy(s) that can find stuff for you even without make model and year.:cool: (when you are to lazy to do it yourself).
Suspicious, what else can you say. Tread lightly.
What's a tuner?
Try these guys...
"I think the merc is turning freely...what is a fair price for a 49 merc flathead missing the carbs? I don't want to be insulting"
Things to do: Pictures? :)
That's a 4 tree six right?
Our engines, may have been made the same day, id like to see the date on yours.[ATTACH]
I had a friend in high school in the 70s who I saw part out a 66 SS427 Malibu then a 69 SS350 4 speed Camaro.
Oh yes he totaled them both first.
Yah, I thought the wink wink would come thru.
Idiot is a strong word, I say moron maybe.
No one will have a car like yours if you leave it, when you start "correcting" wheelbase etc. it will...
Ha Ha, Far away. Dig you dream.
Nice, I needed that yesterday. Now I just need the correct reamer.:(
What hotel? Where?
The relevant forces don't change, the traction of the tires verses the opposite force trying to rotate the axle.
I'd love to hear/see more about the car, :), and less engine drama. :(
I took a couple measurements off mine, 10 1/2" from the center line of the front axle to the back of the front cross member. 20 1/2" from the...
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