The Jalopy Journal
That's not to bad for a Hot Rod, good job Jim.
I had a boat with an Old's 455, dang thing was allergic to water. :mad:
Transmission installed for the last time and the pedals hung.
Why does Goldie Hawn come to mind :D
You should hold back your enthusiasm :D
There was one of those big block SS Nova's around town back in the mid late 70's dark green
Love that, "cheated-up"
I have been the wrench on a few dry pond runners, that statement is so true no mater what badge was on the engine. ;)
Nice, I just sold a truck that needs that seat.
I like a happy ending. :oops: :D
Shouldn't take much to build a C4 to take anything you can throw at it.
Has to be this one.
Looks like she is learning and applying what she learns.
Had a old friend that had one of those 69 pace car Camaros with the orange and black...
Take all the plugs out don't hook up the coil, crank it over tell you get compression on all cylinders then you should be good. You just need to...
I broke a plug today also, had to rob one from the race car. :)
Only if you drill out the push rod hole in the head.
I can't imagine any car being worth a million bucks.
And his daughter or grand daughter (can't remember) drives it also.
I have met them at the track a few times. Lent Paul a hand at Dragway 42....
Good to see your still at it.
I like to tap on a new caliper when bleeding to knock any air bubbles loose that may cling to the inside.
How big is the engine this 3310 is on?
Yep, they couldn't spell edelbrock :confused:
I wouldn't put my finger over the tip if the air valve was open on the bottom.
I say you and your time is doing a great job.
Old architect is not the easy way by any means. Keep digging.
Maybe if the air is drawn in on the other side of the hopper feed it would work.
Chines knock off?
You need a siphon tube for the sand supply
Cam gear bolts loose?
He is running a dry sump, how much help would knife edge or a scraper be?
Just covert to the one piece cable.
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