The Jalopy Journal
moly-dee by castrol for stainless or mild steel and A9 for aluminum
Coupe, 29, 50s era, hot rod.
Mine's a baby hemi red ram 241 in a 57 chev custom truck "The forever project"
don't forget floyds model "A" in ridgfield Wa (360)887-3346
Muriatic acid and 20 or so rocks then shake it up!!
how about a picture?
Yeh, what gives?
Just put the same size notch every 4 or so inches all across the rest of the bumper and you can say your car has been RAKED!!
Had a similar problem with a mcleod unit . Installed on a FE ford toploader worked fine in Washington get to b-ville and it only works out of...
mmmmm looks good !!! subscribed
Sounds cool.... more pic's?
my stock leaf pack is 9
I took 4 out of my coupe put them on the other side of the stack so the u-bolts still contact and it lowerd it about 3+ inches
Imo go with the 28/29
Being a fng i was intimadated to do a intro so i "lerked" around for a while till i read a few intro posts then did mine . I wish i did a better...
came down to tulsa,ok from washington state to do 3 weeks of work, on sunday and lone behold it snowed over night . about 10 inches , went to...
This is my two cents. Think of what looks the best under the hood (ie: intake,carb,valve covers and air filter ) then try to hide the rest ! This...
how about wheels and tires? tall and skinny!
Any one can restore a car it takes a MAN to cut one up!
BE A MAN!!!
I love the coupe pics
I'v used muriatic acid . works fast but don't breath the smoke!!!
OFF WITH THE FENDERS!!!
face it it looks much better, lighter, faster and stronger.
but you must go with tall skinny's, lose the hood sides then...
Heres my 57 chev truck with a baby hemi
The single stage route is the cheaper way to go .About half the price .
I do single stage unless im doing metallics or two tones!
I'v used ppg, Dupont and others but found that for the price sherwin williams is a great product.
Paul yaffe originals (cool ass motorcycles) that my .02
welcome from Woodland.... Thats in washington!
I'm here in woodland,wa near the home of D.B. Cooper days!
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