The Jalopy Journal
I have one like that which was broken. I showed it to the guy in the snap-on truck at work (years ago) and he said it was a military purchased...
Me likes it too. Nice work as always Mr. Bill.
Lookin good Bill.
I must have missed something
Lookin good Bill. I'm glad you put the intercooler off to the side for now. We gotta catch up sometime. Happy New Year.
Nice job Bill. When you look at it from the front of the car all you'll see is the outline of the block.
Nice touch on the adapters Bill......and I love that Tudor. They'll make a great pair.
Nice work! Good to see you back in action Bill. I got a call yesterday and my heads are finally done.
Great info and really nice work Bill!
John, the clum switch is gone. I asked Lowbuck about it when I visited him last week.
Diggin them LOX boots.
I was wondering how you were comming along. I've got at least the starter that you can have.
I got pages 18 and 20.
Is the rest of that writeup on line somewhere goldmountain? I looked with no luck. Would like to read as I have a couple of the same cars.
When I was in the Navy, sometimes in heavy seas our helicopter would slide sideways in the hanger even with 24 tie down chains. On a small boat...
While scrapping cars when I was a kid I saw a "W" head Chevy with dented up chrome valve covers sitting in the engine pile. Asked the dude at the...
Looks just right even if the car did end up siting a tad lower.
Here's a 28 in Albany.
I've seen quite a few of these. I have a couple of 29 Plymouths so I'm...
Here's a 1930 on here.
Now that I look at the video I remember I had this one strapped to a harbor freight wheel dolly which is what I usually store them on. I probably...
For just checking the condition of a newly acquired engine I just start them up on the floor with a hose and no thermostat for cooling. I block...
....................I was wondering where you went.
Since you asked for opinions.......................I would go a different route with the bumper.
I have a extra 1929 Plymouth coupe rolling chassis here.
By the way, what are you using for a frame?
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] I would make it out of a 1/8 X 5/8 flat stock. Some type of malleable aluminum alloy....
Okay as you see above in the bottom pic the two sheet metal pieces are tacked through the pre-drilled holes at the seam to the wood blocks that...
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