The Jalopy Journal
Thanks. Ive got a real nice 283 going in. Im currently wrapping up a 4x4 project then back after this lil racer.
Well, that didn't go well...
Ya win some ya lose some.
I'll keep this in mind.
Dang mike, thats an even better idea.
There's talk of a merc flathead, but the tweed is good idea...
[ATTACH] Im seeing maybe tall and skinny something like a 40 lasalle shape. This one mel built is pretty neat though!
Oh man, thats neat. This is the first we've seen it as a car. Thanks man!!!!
Anyone should be able to build a car for $3-5k and you dont need all the doe at once. It took me about a year and a half just collecting parts....
Well its just tacked, but shes a roller. Also ended up with a 2" channel. Kept it real simple. This thing measures 3'3" to the top of the roof...
Stay tuned! Busy summer moving, however, ive landed and currently setting up shop in former horse barn up here in the wilds of new hampshire.
keeping it classy with a proper cowl vent. 38-39 p/u[ATTACH]
Scored another '40 hood[ATTACH]
School bus latch[ATTACH]
here is the link to the aforementioned container thread....
inspiration: the nose will go something like this. i don't think the car needs an introduction.[ATTACH][ATTACH]
i didn't want to let the cat out of the bag, but there will be ANOTHER way in. mwahahaha!
That is traditional speed and custom in pittsfield nh. My friend Eli603's shop. If you think the shop is cool, u should see the barn!
here is a pic to show scale (me and the car)[ATTACH] ...its for the guys who say i won't fit, cuz i want their heads to explode.
i broke the good frame down to the rails. cutting and hammering rivets out is fun and easy. but more importantly the A frame has a full set of...
Maybe the camera angle? fairly thin from the front.[ATTACH]
Step 1: show him pics of your project. step 2: agree that people are assholes and ruin it for the rest of us. Step 3: dont give up.
time to slow down on sheet metal and head into some chassis stuff. sooo, i'll start here. one pretty nice model A frame, and another burnt and...
one of the most important parts of hot rodding is standing back an looking, so thats was we did.[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
we went on up to the house to ask if we could have the hood off that old car in the woods, it didn't go so well at first. the answer was no! fuck...
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