The Jalopy Journal
Its a Bragg Kliesrath brake booster an early version of a brake booster found on high end cars at the time.
This fits model B, I never thought of counting the bolt holes. Thanks Stovebolt
This was built by Howard Johansen in the late 40s to the mid 50's to adapt a early Ford V8 trans to his Ford Model A and B dry lakes motor. Cool...
Who dropped that axle? WOW
I use a old Stewart Warner crank balance machine to do all my drums and rotors. A balanced drum or rotor does make a difference. Kind of like re...
I had one of those trans, it was too long for my roadster and sold it to a guy in TX. I think he wanted to put in a Mustang.
I believe the 34 Chrysler has 14" drums, they should be able to stop you.
When I buy something its always a deal in my mind, but when I go to sell it its another story. I don't know if there is such a thing as a deal in...
The last set is sold.
Thanks, juts what I needed.
Looks like a early Schroeder, similar to the one in the original Spaulding brothers track roadster.
This is a nice pair of Romeo Palamides early American Racing magnesium 15 x 7 Standard wheels from a 50 plus year storage that have been cleaned...
If you know 32 roadsters its easy to spot a Brookville body.
If you are running the stock 32 cross member the original 32 mounts will bolt to the front of the SBC. I have seen it many times on cars.
Pie crust 7.10 x 15 vintage Bruce Slicks that are still somewhat soft from over a 50 year storage in a dark garage. These are not dry rotted and...
Sale pending payment.
Kind of looks like the Ed Winfield Red Head chamber.
I thought Stewart Warner made a fuel sender for a 32 back in the day. I see them every once in a while at swap meets.
From a 50 year storage is a pair 15 x 4 1/2" and are the later 49 and on and Mopar 5 x 4 1/2 bolt pattern and are NOT early Ford Pattern. These...
I guess this is a sign of the times and sad it has come to this. I have seen some tempting stuff on Instagram, but pass on them if I don't know...
Holman and Moody was founded in 1957, it might of been Bill Stroppe that was running the Ford team before that on the West coast.
Did the US or Aussi guys building the new units figure out a way to regulate the oil to the gear box? From what Mike Russel that ran one said it...
About four years ago there was two complete setups for sale at LARS, one was being sold by Mike Spacek and I forgot who had the other one but was...
Not that Mike Cook.
Sad to hear that Jellybean has passed.
Same car now owned by Kay Kimes[ATTACH]
Brean and Haller 1949, with[ATTACH] Frank Brean's mother standing next to the car she sponsored
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