The Jalopy Journal
How is this a traditional hot rod? It has a new body on a Bugatti frame, How is this any different than a Fiberglass body on a VW pan? I don't see...
I've seen lots of modern suspension and wheels on this site without them getting deleted
It looked traditional to me, It may have been built in the last 10 years but it wasn't a street rod. What made it non traditional?
I've noticed some threads get deleted without a reason given by the moderators and they will not accept messages asking why, most of these threads...
if you left the key on without the engine running you could have burnt the points, it doesn't matter if they're new or not.
did you leave the key on and burn the points/ weaken the spring? why did the battery die?
Is this a recent photo? I see vanity plates, when did they become available?
Have you looked at the starter brushes yet? 2 of the 4 could be bad and will cause a slow crank problem
I didn't edit out the caption on the bottom because it's obvious to everyone on this site that those are not THE 1930's trucks they delivered milk...
LIRR engine 35 headed to Salisbury Park (East Meadow, NY) June 1956
We used to climb and play on this when we were kids, In 1978...
I remember it from the late 70's/early 80's, it was at every Nassau Coliseum and mall show for a few years. There was another car with or near it...
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