The Jalopy Journal
Great story and I enjoy the show too. Too bad Danielle doesn't go on more picks, she's easy on the eyes!
I can't imagine why...:rolleyes:
^^^^what he said!
Greetings from Milwaukee.
Yep... be there Saturday. Going but not showing.
Will call. Looks like he's located in Brookfield which is about 10 minutes from me.
I'm looking for someone to hand letter my drag car. Who's on the H.A.M.B. that does hand lettering in South East Wisconsin? I'm...
Yeah, when a new, out of the box carb literally runs like a sink faucet when you're trying to start your car... BG said they found some "debris"...
How short Dean? These are from Summit and are Cal Customs. These are 4.5" tall. Any velocity stack looks 70's to me unless they're the very short...
Had a Demon 750 and will never have another. Flooding problem. Yes, sending a new carb back to the manufacturer to get it to function correctly...
Frosty is damn right... enough cold & winter already!!!
Looking forward to Spring and welcome from Milwaukee.
Ha Ha Ha! Overkill on those!:D Nice looking car otherwise though!
Thanks for clarifying... I did not know this.
Nope. El cheapo deluxe models sedans. 1970 1/2 Ford Falcons. Most came with base 6 cylinders or 302 engines. But they could also be ordered with...
Are you restoring it back to the way it looked when it was raced(first pic)? Looking foward to progress pics of the Ol' Bucksnort.
I ran this one in my Fairlane for a while before I got a walnut knobbed Super Shifter. These lucite knobs are cool though.
The electronic Sparkomatic items I have needed alot work to get nice again. Like many of your stories, these items weren't the greatest quality to...
A few Ford Cobra Jet pics. The second one is of Jack Worrells' 428CJ engine.
Was this vehicle also run as a Stocker at one time? Thought I've seen it somewhere in the Junior Stock thread a while back.
I hear you Larry.:) I personally don't mind one way or the other, but I am noticing that I'm constantly looking at the windows of the cars to see...
Colesy suggested to "open up" the thread a little a few weeks ago.
Junior Stock classes were figured by dividing the vehicles shipping weight by the factory horsepower of the vehicle. Here's the link for the NHRA...
I got the day off of work... but the trade off sucked, shoveling cubic yards of snow. The sun dried the cars at least.:rolleyes:
Two new arrivals from 1965. Walnut knob shifter and a "Show 'N Go" knob.
My favorites are ads with spelling errors. A common one is:
"Crager" wheels or center caps for sale...
And the name Cragar is stamped on...
This is the Biscayne now. Sits in the NHRA museum in Pomona CA. Picture courtesy of H.A.M.B.'er M.Edell. Thank you!
This is from a prior post about the '59 P/Stock.
Thank you both Junior Stock and Colesy for the posts... especially for the 1973 rule book snippet.
Jim Kinder huh? That's a nice last name......
Separate names with a comma.