The Jalopy Journal
Depends on who you ask;)
Good Ol` Ed...What a guy.(n)
Doesn`t appear to be a lot of off-set between the banks....Knife/fork con. rods maybe ??
Owe gudeness, wut eh? tearabul thing! Bad spaysir, bad lag bolt. Kneed menny galuns black prymur two fix taht;)
I would say something....But I know you`re joking.
How long `til your part of Canada switches to English??????
How do you know what His wife looks like all dressed up ?????
She`s shielding her eyes after seeing that wood-grained Corvette a couple posts back..............
Is that J. Walter Cristie behind them??
That`s why E.J. Potter there, added the V-8
Hard to believe that David Piper "only" lost a leg in that.
Why, It`ll even melt 12" plate up to a depth of 7/16".....................???
L-29 Cord that belonged to Frank Lloyd Wright
That, And dry-firing the boiler.
Try www.metalmeet.com All kinds of plans/pics. etc. Make sure you join as a member (it`s free) so you can view all of the threads.
I`ll go out on a limb and say you guys don`t want hear about my six-figure refund on the business(s).
No kidding? A tattoo convention? Will there be a seminar on signing up for unemployment as well??:cool:
.023 wire and back the amperage down. General "rule of thumb" is 1 amp per .001 of metal thickness.
I wondered how he ended up on the floor after his break........................
I`m relatively certain that MOST traditional rodders (pre-1964) Used Camaro rear differentials;)
Phone # is to the right of "4-Sale"........In case you missed it.
Spicer 5-3022x. Life-saver u- joint.
Odd......I read it in a whiney little girl`s voice that got higher in pitch as the post progressed.
This one...50% b.s. and 100% funny.
Great tutorial..........Once you translate it into English.:cool:
Much more ghastly than immolation, Trust me.
Leg room must be a bit tight with the cabin length being 26 1/8" (lower left):rolleyes:
There really needs to be a filter for photoshop to keep things like that from happening......Jim, Did you find that around the first of this month???
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