The Jalopy Journal
I like this car a lot. Of what I've seen from you over the years, it's the nicest car you've built.
Maybe some subtle gold pinstriping?...
The fuel line mentioned was eleven feet of two-inch tubing.
Smokey Ram intake manifold history...
Bumping this one back up.
This guy can help you: http://www.prestigewheel.com/
A lot of body shops use cotton baby diapers for wiping down sheet metal. Naturally they are very absorbent as well as being lint-free. If you...
I agree with everything Curly said in this thread, and pretty much everything Sam Kinison ever said.
From last October:
There are two distinct types of hot rod show promoters. One group is made up of veteran hot rodders who hope to turn a profit. The other is...
The splines are the same on both.
The shorter of these two pitman arms came off of one of my '56 F-100 steering boxes, and the longer was on a front end that I...
Of all the comments in the above-mentioned thread discussing the show, Bret Kepner said it best. His comment is here:...
We saw it the last time it aired. Much of the show is devoted to George Poteet's Barracuda. Some racers, race officials, and writers thought the...
The strength of the '57-'64 Olds and Pontiac rear ends was the reason they were the rear end of choice for Top Fuel cars, Funny Cars, and Fuel...
Here are some of mine, which I did using emery cloth, mostly in a cross-hatch pattern. I'm not typing out everything that's involved in...
Here's the schedule for racing at Bonneville: http://www.roadsters.com/races/
If that '65 F-100 was mine, I'd put some baby Moons on it and drive it.
This new pair of Firestone 8.20 by 15 pie-crust...
Thanks. Here's the page that Alchemy mentioned: http://www.roadsters.com/wheels/
Simple answer: for the street, early Sixties.
Some very talented race car chassis builders insist on using solid engine mounts on performance street cars, because they want the block to add to...
Here's my '56 Ford panel truck. It's waiting for me to get my coupe on the road.
I have one Mickey Thompson aluminum rod that I got to make into a steering column hanger, and I'd like to know what engine it was made for....
We're north of Bell Road between Cave Creek and Highway 51, which is an area that has a lot of hobby farms. You know you're getting close when you...
I think you're talking about the recent Torq-Thrust "Original", which has several visible changes from the first aluminum Torq-Thrusts, as...
Here ya go.
The first-generation aluminum Torq-Thrust is a timeless design.
These are on my coupe now. Can't beat 'em.
HAMB Old Farts' Club
Andy is right. I hadn't seen hambonez' earlier thread:
Notice the first two matches on Google?
"It wasn't easy to hold the tape measure in just the right place with one hand and hold the camera with the other, but it's two inches from the...
Center to center of the two brackets is 12 3/8".
It wasn't easy to hold the tape measure in just the right place with one hand and hold the...
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