The Jalopy Journal
Early 70's Olds 455. Standard bore. Dished pistons. Comp cam. J heads. Need some love or a rebuild. Ran when pulled but pulled a head to show...
Vintage 1954 BMC pedal car. Good shape. May ship.
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Cool metal pedal car. Good shape. I think the body is hand made. Wheels are plastic. In Alpha NJ near Easton PA
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Two part auto body epoxy gun. Like new used once or twice. $45 shipped in US. Email questions or paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org
Roll of 1/2" aluminum fuel line. A -8 Holly carb fitting and an oil pump fitting. Question or paypal to email@example.com
$30 shipped in the US.
Old Kett shears. Works great. Cord has dry cracking. $40 shipped in US. Questions or paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org
Pair of used air sanders. An IR DA and a Craftsman high speed. Both work. $40 for the pair shipped in the US. Questions or paypal to:...
New box of auto body leading and smoothing files. Bastard cut. 5 files in the box. See pics
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Handy work stand for Mopar auto trannies. $30 shipped in the US
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Snap on Crud Thug air powered heavy duty wire brush. Good shape and used only a few times. Have a few brushes and a vinyl graphics plastic wheel....
Looks great. What a nice driver. She's a lucky lady.
I'd go 413! I've got parts if you need them for cheap.
You can get those clips at a speed shop but they really won't help. Sounds like the shift forks or detent in the trany are worn.
Simply put. All things being in good working order. 2.5 to 3 degrees on the drive shaft for a street car and 5 or so on a drag car (because...
My father just got his Carlisle paper work for the Chrysler show. He's got vendor spaces and there's a threatening letter attached warning him he...
Here's one on ebay
They used the flat head 6 in fork trucks into the 70's. You should be able to find one somewhere.
Aftermarket heads and a super charger!!!
Removed the reservoir and look in the hole. The brake piston is probably covering it. It will keep the brakes engaged while driving.
I would just wax the surfaces after polishing. Getting anything to stick to aluminum is a pain. I wouldn't paint it. I've had really good luck...
I don't like to weld with ny paint or primer. It will contaminate the welds. Most older vehicles weren't painted inside. The new stuff is...
A good quality brush on contact cement.
Possibly rust. Electric pumps don't suck so maybe you need to prime the line.
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