The Jalopy Journal
Photoshop? Just happened to start this a few weeks ago.
No such thing as a DC frequency meter, its Buick Bills fault about hooking up his oven.:D:rolleyes:
If you change ground polarity you will need to reverse the leads on your DC frequency meter.
Now that I look at those pictures and remember when you were building it I can really see what you mean. Glad its working so well, that shorter...
Nice! I wonder how it would have handled if you hadn't lengthened the front end.
Hmmm, a heated garage, may have to look into that...
Ouch! :D When I built the Ford 429 in my avatar I had to use big block Chevy studs for the roller rockers. (this was in 1996) Never told my Chevy...
Did it have a 390 and 4 speed?
Here's a nice version, not too high in the front.
When these started showing up in the early '70s we called them "Street Freaks". I guess it was all for looks. I knew a guy with an early Falcon...
Wow thats tight. Sure hope you never have to change the clutch.
Man I'm sorry to hear that. Gene's story was really inspiring. May he rest in peace.:(
Maybe channel the bed a few inches?
Looking forward to a few "air underneath the tires" photos!
Wow, amazing find! That truck would go for $15 grand in a heartbeat over here. Definately going to be following your progress!
Can you post here as well? Some of us are not on Youtube. Thanks.
Man that hurt my eyes! Maybe chrome steels and caps with a bit of a rear drop?[ATTACH]
I'm guessing you're going to be clearing a few trees?
I like it! Just needs wheels.
HRP, your adventure in your truck brought back memories of when I pulled the Y-block out out of my avatar and dropped in the 429 and top loader...
Looking at those springs and then the cam specs tells me the technology has really come along way over the years. We always ran double springs...
Lotsa potential there![ATTACH]
Bet you went thru lots of windshield wipers.
Must be local, we can walk in any time.
Nah, we still use pony express.
Any idea what happened to this? That is one cool engine!
Yes it did!
I seem to remember a saying, "Nothing verifies reaction time better than dodging an iron skillet flung at ones head...".
Matthews junkyard had a lot of cool stuff that we just kinda overlooked at the time. Do you remember the mid '50s 2 door Studebaker wagon with the...
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