The Jalopy Journal
crazy info tomi
heard it was a good turnout. thanks for the pics
nice find, saw a similar one for sale up in the redwoods. yours looks great
thanks, will be there
Looking good my friend, love that style. great work
Great pics Mark, glad the weather held up!
stoked to hear you got it back Dave
Better pic of front end
Yes, pretty cool he still has them after all this time.
He said the roadster was put on a 40 ford frame that was sitting around, dropped axle up...
Met a cool old timer who told me he wanted to show me an old car he wants to sell, didn't realize what i was in for.Figured i'd share.
looks like a solid score, congrats
this thing has the look, love that style
pretty amazing, nice find over there
printed off that coupon! Cheers!
Great pics, hope to make it one year
Looks like a nice start, congrats Kevin
I've done the 80's caravan middle seat in a 29 A and looked perfect, had to build risers for it
If its all stock, sounds like linkage to clutch fork. Mine has slipped before and some thing happened.
video is great, start saving up for a new pair of shoes
Looks like some good times, great pics
amazing craftsmanship and skill. Wish I had the talent you've forgotten and I'd be good to go. Much respect
Rescue it! Beautiful lines on that car streamliner
I bought a 3/4 ton axle by axle before not knowing and the kingpins were different, everything else worked....swapped them out and all good
great metal work, looking forward to more updates
the Mazda seat is a perfect fit, used that and a back seat out early 90's caravan. New tuck and roll interior and it flows well
I've done the transmission swap on a lot of 235 engines using T5's with the shorter tail shaft. Also have the bell housings that the T5's mount up...
looks like you found a solid one eric, can't beat that traditional styling
Great job, you come a long way!
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