The Jalopy Journal
That's one of the problems.
You don't know how long you have.
You probably have another 40 years or more, but you may not...
That truck looks great :)
And those Mopar flathead sixes sound so good too :)
I have always considered a special was what the sports car blokes called a hot rod
Great thread :)
Older Citroen hydraulics?
I have about 30 cars here on 3/4 acre (mostly O/T) It happens quickly
+1 The Shelby drop really changes the way they drive
I don't know if the AOD will fit, but a 300 with a C4 and tall gears should work great, especially with the turbo
There are quite a few of us here
That sounds like a HOT rod :)
no problem here:D
In the early Ninety's I had an OT GM Commodore 5.0 with a T700, 3.08 rear, and 205/65x15.
It worked well, first gear is low in a T700, and OD was...
A sad day, a true legend.
Lots of nice photos in this thread :D
Good Morning Vietnam had a '73 or '74 Australian Valiant and a '68 or so Aussie Holden, and a '68 or so Falcon
Like it a lot:)
[ATTACH] Here is mine
I like the big text :)
All looks good so far.
Performance make new ones at a reasonable price
Oh so true:D
Sad to see a car last 50 years, then get killed by a PT Cruiser..
My AA110 just required a fresh battery and fuel, a wire to the coil, and shorted across the starter. Started :)
I spotted the "A100" in a photo on the net taken at Motorex and thought "why didn't I think of that!" Nice concept.
The law has a bit to do with it too.
Around here 20 MPH over the speed limit and you are walking for a month, and 40 gets you 3 months.
Yeah, the Holden seats were the worst part of the car.
I always like cars with the red dust all through them, it usually means "rust free"
Nice work on the XP.
Btw, is that the same Liam who bought a green VG Regal from me a few years ago?
Yeah, çause a car that has a grille like a vagina should be pink!
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