The Jalopy Journal
Been saying that Brookville is junk for over a decade. Only thing "correct" about their '29 roadster deck is the width, the shape is all wrong....
Just bought a property with a 49 Ford club coupe out back. car is hit in the rear, picked over for 50 years and beaten with hatchets by kids.
I think all the Howell/Brookville metal is stamped from a Shay not a Ford.
Considering getting this 1964 GMC.
Is this not the VIN? 1001 p f2652a
Having trouble decoding.
Here I thought this was gone. Nice work.
Saw this on Facebook when listed for less than 20k.
While still a profitable company, Packard suffered alongside other independents...
High end stuff gets bought up by the more money than sense crowd. But.. in terms of good projects the market seems to be super flooded. H/D's,...
Painted black parts that are normally chrome just make me more suspicious. Interior seems to be similar to what Rocky described.
Flathead Parts swap and sell group on Facebook.
Castle Rock Washington, $14,500, vintage Washington plates 149-094.
Was this truck ever found? there's a truck listed right now on Facebook Marketplace that I swear looks identical. I'm on mobile with bad service...
Right, I don't think I'll start before I have 4-5k to burn.
I'm looking to build a 59ab at some point soon and I'm wondering what are the most common problems or overlooked items during and after the build?
1947 ford(?) defrost tubes
'46 intake rest is prewar. [IMG]
Stromberg BXVD-3 Carburetor core for rebuild.
Perhaps a dumb question, but is it 100% necessary to remove the studs for machining a Flathead? Assuming the decks are flat.
It's just a birch ply board with cut outs for the upholstery straps, 2" foam for the bac k 3" foam for the bottom. Rest of the wood is stock.
Trust me you don't want an original seat. I had one and it was way too fat and tall, 10(?) inches of sloppy soft springs means there's no room in...
Vintage tools, may consider offers or trades. will add more tools and info.
Craftsman 1/4 socket set - 1959 type 1/4 ratchet, 1965 type 1/4...
I live right in the middle. I'm about an hour from raleigh, fayetteville and charlotte.
I'm having a hard time finding a machine shop North Carolina that can bake, blast and magnaflux a block. I'm also interested in a recommendation...
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