The Jalopy Journal
I don't want to be the safety police but I'd consider replacing that solid steering shaft (I saw a barely wrecked one in the junkyard that had the...
I looked up the patent number and it's for the Pilot Distributing Company from 1962. One of the arms is bent. It comes as-is, and what's shown is...
The paper dust cover has some issues, but the rest of the book is like brand new. $55 including USPS.
Craftsman 283.1842 air compressor; motor turns, compressor turns, belt slips on pulley; weighs about 50 pounds.
Unknown condition; sold as-is where-is.
I was told this is a 53 Buick rear end. I don't know the condition, so it's being sold as-is. Pick up in central California, or pay me extra for...
I figured I give it a chance here instead of recycling it. I'll throw in a hot roddy type magazine. $5 including shipping in the US.
$93.31 including US shipping.
I remember a box you could check to see if someone read your private message, but maybe that was on other forums. Did the HAMB have that? It'd...
$108 including US shipping.
My 48 3100 had the foot pedal parking brake. I'm thinking 47, except it's said to have an open driveshaft.
It has the foot starter, so that narrows down the years. Is that a hand brake lever?
Someone in the comments said 55 first series due to the...
The bucket made it.
$125 including US shipping.
It might not look good if it wasn't in perfect shape, but I'm really liking that design.
I bought a house in CA with a car left on the property. If I recall correctly, I got a form from DMV to find the last (I think it was actually ALL...
The stock rear wheel arches are a big part of the Falcon look.
I like that a lot. Where are the tail lights?
There's some pretty cool stuff in here:
Got a fenderless picture handy?
You dogged the dog??? Honestly, Ray.
Maybe someone will recognize it and let us know.
It looks like that car should've had a two-piece windshield, originally. Was a one-piece put in and the widow's peak removed?
That last one is a crustom.
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