The Jalopy Journal
Marc: You will have quicker responses if you post this on the main board:...
Insert praise for THE H.A.M.B. MARKETPLACE here :):):)
@ClarkH Thanks Clark, I was hoping someone would post a final pic of Candy, I think Fred would approve.
Hello Russell: Welcome to the HAMB. Matt at Iron Trap Garage recently bought a collection of early Ford V8 parts, a lot of 35-36 stuff. Here's...
Welcome RedChili: Here's a thread from a while ago that might help in your search....
The only 41 I would consider spending my $ on would be a '41 pick up.
Nice daily driver, love 62's. Welcome.
Metelbender1: Just a FYI, one of the strictest rules of this organization is We cover traditional '65 and older American cars only. All other...
On our bi-annual road trips from Pittsburgh to Cape Cod I spotted a pretty decent '46 Hudson pickup sitting unloved in a field in Butler. Now...
I hated that way too long completely rectangular top... there, I said it... sorry but the truth hurts!!!
No Mark, the truth needs to be spoken...
As a red blooded 15 year old I used to make sure the ignition switch in my parents '54 210 was unlocked when they left the domicile in their other...
Here it is Rick, welcome
Looks like you got them stumped Don
Try asking over here too if you have no response:
Welcome Lemay. A fellow mopar fan here, esp 49-54 Suburbans. Got pics of yours?
Here's the link:...
Bob: looks like
Flamed Abone is a must for me.
This site has a lot of variety:
Not to mention the pride of saying "I did it myself" Thanks for the update, always good to see you making progress.
Welcome Jerry. What was your quarter mile chariot?
No disrespect meant Passah Mick but being from MA I read your intro as Pissah Mick. :) Welcome.
I'll be the first: Happy Bday, hope a visit to Eat'nPark is on the schedule.
Ahhh Big, life's been good to you, a vintage Chev and grandkids. Welcome.
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