The Jalopy Journal
Really nice work. I'm impressed all over again with every new pic. That's gonna be killer.
The Class D Citizens Band radio service, on 27 Mhz, began Sept. 11, 1958, so the radios could have been used in a rod in the sixties...
Now that's funny. I'll use that empty freezer bit for all the telemarketer/political survey/scammer types that call during dinner...
Keep the truck and buy the Elko. No brainer. I want both of them!
Wow. Thanks for posting !
Wow. What an engine design. I've never seen one.
Whoa... yep. Scary.
Good work Danny!
I couldn't drive it - but the look is awesome.
As usual, impressed and amazed by yet another craftsman here....
I love it.
Very nice look . Awesome truck
cab looks kinda rough...
Not so hard on tired old eyes...
I'd forgotten it, but we used to call a bad case of interior accessorizing "dash rash".
Very nicely done Ryan. I'm still a bit lost, but then... some would say I've always been.
great stuff, as always! Tnx for sharing, everyone - this page always makes my Friday.
And 300 - if you're a mopar guy.
Awesome work this week guys n gals, as always!
Can't get enough of the pics in this thread. Thanks, all around.
Keep'm coming Church.
Wow... speechless. Absolutely awesome ride...
Great stuff guys. This thread always starts my Friday with a smile. Thanks.
Jigger, those '57's are way cool...
Nice. Love the flathead.
Great pics! Thanks!
I'm using springs and mounts from an s-10 blazer. Makes a neat swap AND you can use the blazer rear sway bar.
I run a 250 I6 in an OT chevy PU and love every mile.
Our prayers and thoughts are with you.
x2 I love the look of a well dressed nailhead.
That being said, my current 55 chevy PU project has a 350/350, b/c it was cheap and readily...
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