The Jalopy Journal
Those were the ones I used when I had my 46. Worked great.
Hi Denise. Great to hear from you!
I agree rather he was commending the HAMB.
Changed out a few weeks ago to some Flippers I had hanging on the wall.
I put a few drops of 3 in 1 oil into the line while moving the blade back and forth by hand. The movement sucks in the oil. Worked really good...
I have 39 teardrops.
I have seen some pretty good ones at Grumps Garage. grumpsgarage.com
[ATTACH] Yanked the tired muffler, connected a Y-Pipe, and running with duals. Great sound.
You may want to hook up a vacuum gauge and see what readings are present. You mentioned an oil leak under the valve cover. Was this just prior to...
What a great read first thing this morning-you are truly inspiring to all the Dad's out there who are raising their children alone. Well done sir!
[ATTACH] Excellent condition. Price includes Priority Mail shipping.
Agree with the others. I had the same issue on my 55 F100 and a float adjustment resolved it. Hopefully this will be the same for you.
Are you running 6 or 12 volts. Either way, make sure your grounds are good. I suspect the original headlight switches were rated for whatever...
Recommend breaking out a test light and start checking each connection point. You should be able to isolate the problem.
I have always been a Ford guy but really dig the 37 & 38 Chevy Coupes.
Bob Drake Early Ford or Speedway Motors have the later style bearings.
Respectfully disagree about not being very pretty. In my opinion, nothing more prettier than an authentic old school build. Sharp A and thanks...
None on my Model A.
She’s a beauty! Enjoy.
Original 50s Flash Wolf Whistle. Great period correct accessory. Good original condition and works/sounds great. Price includes shipping.
My Grandpa’s 63 Rambler Classic with a 3 spd column shift (which now I refer to as anti theft devices).
Outstanding photos; thank you very much! The setting in my opinion is the epitimy of a great car show.
[ATTACH] Here’s mine.
[ATTACH] Just the fuel bowl, coil, and snooty devil.
Glad it worked out for you. Steve is a good fellow.
Check Berts Model A Parts. They have a large inventory of original Model A parts.
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