The Jalopy Journal
, both look great
Wow, I love this build! Now that you are sooo busy, tell Lady shifter I am free to help her drive the Victoria to keep the batt charged up
On my list for next year
Wow, Tim, when do you find time to sleep?
Lots of awesome projects
Great pictures Carl. Always good to see you there...nice push truck n rail
I would buy one or two.
Rip Larry. You will be missed but not forgotten
nice motor 5wcoupehunter.. who makes a sbf blower manifold ? thanks also, nice pic kiwi kev:p
we will be there ! too much fun ,too much to see to miss it
thanks for the great pictures and for sharing them with us.
Your trailer looks good. Nice job. I have seen a few with lights mounted in the floor of the trailer under the front and rear of car or truck ....
Rocky, like everyone said , thanks for all your hard work . that was soooo much fun. It was awesome to see all of your truck buds wanting to...
nice.... love old metal working tools.have fun with them.
nice ride.. worth the effort and time. looks perfect !
yea, Mark and kelly are the best . Thanks you two . none better !:p
Rocky,count me in for a pledge also. and anything I can help with. thanks for your hard work. we are all ready for this ! can`t waite.
scott,thanks for all your time . great post and good pictures and info.let us know how it runs and drives. thanks again.
nice family hot rod. very cool
that is a great story. glad your helping save it. cant wait to see it finished. :p keep up the good work. would love to meet fred some day.
yea,i am with fidgiter.:D
dreadman,nice shots as always. thanks for sharing.
Godspeed J J. also,enjoyed her posts. RIP..
what a nice ride. nice hood. can:t wait to see it up close.
that looks great. whoes straight axel did you use? how was it set up? did you use a 289 . thanks for any info on the build.
hey royal shifter, you have to have more than one pic? you always have boatloads of everything.pics,cars,parts,shops,etc... how many cars does he...
looks like magic. not many can take flat piece of mtl with those tools and turn it into a thing of beauty that looks so right---wow:eek:
jim, that coupe rocks. best lookin chvy have ever seen.nice work.like said earlier , lot of talant on the the h.a.m.b :D keep those photos comin...
where do you get lead shot? also,some one told me to use glass bead. said it is better than sand ,but i would not know:confused: thanks
would of loved to have been there to see history in the making. great photos and story. thanks Ryan, and to Bobs family for sharing with us.
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