The Jalopy Journal
Awesome, I had a feeling there was a cross pin in there. My gross puffy door panels are making it tough to see. Im going to redo the panels just...
Thanks for the thoughts. I am familiar with that style clip but cant seem to feel one in there.
Hey guys, Its been a really long time since I posted anything. Things are really coming together on my '46 Plymouth coupe project but I could use...
I just had Fairmont plate some lake pipes that I made. I think they did a great job but it wasn't cheap by any means. Save yourself some bucks and...
I really think Boatmark hit the nail right on the head. I'm the son of a baby boomer car nut and I wish I had the disposable income and free time...
Had the same question. I have to do my 46 Plymouth.
Being crammed inside a shovel track frame air arcing and having molten bits of slag roll down the ol ass crack and end up in some terrible...
I could not imagine the pain you feel. So sorry for your loss.
I just sold my 50 coupe. I think I used more Kleenex for my tears than I went through as a teenager
Dude that is one of the coolest cars I've seen in a long time!
Right Stuff is a great product. I've started to swear by it.
From my family to yours. We are so sorry for your loss.
That makes my skin crawl. I vote for brake clean.
Thanks for all the great input guys
Well I wasn't sure if I should ask this on here but since I saw the thread on trouble lights I thought why not. I have just completed my new shop...
Ya get it mocked up with the manifold and crank drive first.
Nice work! 5" looks just right.
It was our first time to Viva and have already booked for next year. A huge thanks to all who worked so hard to put on such a killer...
I would love to see that car in person. work like that inspires me. Congrats is well deserved.
heading there on tuesday. cant wait for some warm weather and cheap beer!!!!!!
Class of 93. I got my 283/powerglide 66 chevy II on the road about 5 days before grad and then managed to blow up the old 10 bolt the day before....
The Abstract Attack. Or go with Baked Beans.
Gas welding needs no flux. Brazing does. Different processes.
Found a bunch of old Hustlers wedged under the seat bottom of my old chevy II. Boy am I glad grooming habits and styles have changed.
Man thats looking good. My 46 Plymouth coupe is sitting on a '78 malibu frame. It fits really well and rides sweet. Love that HEMI!
Great thread. I had a fella who must have been in his late 80's come up to our Plymouth at a rest stop at the top of a mountain pass and quiz me...
Yup, JB good. Just prep the surfaces properly, I've used it in some heavy industrial applications with good results.
Man, great cam info on the 283's. thanks guys.
And ya I fully agree with the core comment. I make my living fixing what others have tried to do.
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