The Jalopy Journal
Awesome! Dave is a cool guy. My first ride in a hot rod was in this roadster almost 20+ years ago. He was a big influence to me and a huge help...
Don just wrote me to say that Pat came out of coma this afternoon and he was right by her side. He was thrilled! She was surprised to be in the...
Just stopped by the Drag Race Museum to try and meet Don while I was passing through on vacation. I found out his wife Pat went to the hospital...
Here is the story:
Glad it was saved.
My wife and I drove from Chicago to OKC a few years ago. Stopped at some sites and took pics along the way. It was a blast.
I remember seeing this when I was a kid. Love it!
In front of "FIFI'
1931 Ford, 1948 Ford flathead w/ 1940 McCulloch supercharger, 1939 Ford transmission, 1948 Ford rearend
Very sad news. I met Norm at the Street Rod Nationals in Louisville KY. It had to be 2001. I had him sign the dash of my hot rod. He was a nut! A...
That is my car. It is a 1940 McCulloch supercharger. Looks like you took these pics at Brauer House.
I saw these at the Iron Invasion. They looked great!
I want to thank the Twisted Pistons Car Club for choosing my car for their "Best Engine" award. It is truly an honor. You can see the plaque...
I want to give a huge thanks to the Twisted Pistons Car Club. I have been following this thread from the beginning. I love the idea of home...
that actually crosses to a Mcleod flywheel:
Here is one of mine with Fifi:
Ill be there with hot rod parts, WWII stuff and 1950s items. Lots of stuff to sell!
Looks like a 1937 McCulloch. I run a 1940 on my flathead.
Wow! Love it.
Use the search. There are at least 2 threads with pics...
My father-in-law used One-Shot on his. No complaints so far.
I have to agree with the Eastwood header paint. I touch mine up in the spring and it stays nice all year. It gets a little burned late in the...
The post is from 2005. I would guess he figured it out.
Being from Chicago I had to have these. Not as rare as some, but cool none the less.
This post is funnier than anything "germ" ever posted!
That's funny right there.
I would just clean them up. They were most likely broke off to clear the idle mixture ports that stick out on some of the bases. I've seen it...
How big of chunks are missing? Pics?
Separate names with a comma.