The Jalopy Journal
15x5 Americans, hard to come by.
Said to have been customized three times in it's life.
We can only wonder if the car was a Chevy Engineering exercise as the parts are reported as long gone. Possibly the remaining car has some clues....
This '61 with 2x4 and factory A/C (A/C being air conditioning) was it a Corvette or a full size Chevy?
The right headlight bezel fit is interesting. I don't remember ever noticing that before.
Your 394 intake manifold was used on the '56 225 & 240hp 2nd design engine. More common than the short lived 1st design engine with 725 intake...
@gotta56forme I agree. Since these cars surged in popularity in the early 70s many or most have had the cove painted. Generally more came from the...
His number's on the truck, 805-489-6514.
Yep, they were every day transportation back in the day so in some parts of the country snow tires were appropriate.
Likely before the days of winter beaters.
I like it but doubt it handled very well that time of year.
or this one
I don't think I have seen this car before.
Thanks [ATTACH] I appreciate your position. I've had it with all with political correctness............
That Eelco fuel block appears to have ports to feed more than 2 fuel lines. Does it?
Good stuff. Nice to see cars from other parts of the country. Please keep it up.
Boy LB that was quite an orgy of eye candy you posted today. Thanks!
Anyone notice the socks and sandals?
Apparently the 60 year old driver was charged with having an unsafe vehicle, careless and reckless driving and making an unsafe lane change...
What FB page might that be?
I 2nd LB's NICE!!!
No, the emblem found is passenger car. The '65 396 Corvette emblem differs.
Passenger car emblem.
'65 Corvette emblem.
Any chance the 421 & 4 speed in the Ventura is a transplant?
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