The Jalopy Journal
Yeah, emailed a few. Two big issues is trying to search for them in a search engine (do you call them a trim, molding, strip, chrome.......?), and...
Two door sedan
Try finding a glue on type to match the profile of those on the doors and wings.
My unsuccessful search for rear quarter panel chrome strips/trims/moldings for my 63 Falcon 2-door sedan has led me to wonder if it might be...
I was only thinking about this thread the other day. The well written posts, the mates, cars and food theme
, it worked great as a mojo boost...
OK, that's reassuring. So 60's Fords like this didn't use asbestos or anything nasty in the insulation?
At the stage when I can put the interior back into my falcon, but I'm deliberating whether I should reuse the factory sound deadening/underlay I...
Looking good!!! Literally fitting a battery box on mine last night in exactly the place you have replaced that rusted section, to the RH side of...
Sick pics, that's nails right there :cool:
Next silly question: what size brake unions are these? I’ve discovered they’re not 3/8 - 24 / UNF....
Thanks guys, that's great. Just wanted to be sure before bending any brake lines
Can anyone provide a picture of the engine bay brake line routing from the m/cylinder? I have a t-piece and brake light switch (not shown) as well...
If you honed .010" by hand, I'd be more concerned about the bore being true top to bottom.
Very nice. So this allows larger rear wheels?
Digging the fuel filler cap mod too
Yeah that's killer. Wonder what front arches he grafted into the rear quarters?
That bracket looks organic, like it grew there. Its the details like that which have me hooked on this build
It came with the '66 axle already fitted, so I already know it will fit with the 14" 4" backspace steelies.
New years thread bump, and a question.
I have a 63 Falcon with a '66 Mustang 8" axle, albeit currently out of the car and in pieces (flange to...
That welding is phenomenal!!! What did he use to fold that plate over for the gussets?
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Wow, getting on a year since I updated last.
In that time I've replaced the front floor pans/footwells, as they consisted of a sour...
Really enjoying this thread!! That diff holding fixture is neat.
Definitely one to follow for me, I'm building a 63 2-door sedan, so this is prime-rib winter mojo-boosting material
Reading this thread neatly coincides with the Eric Rickman article, written by Pat Ganahl, which I'm currently reading in the March 2011 copy of...
Thank you guys I think that's answered my question really. Yes my roller is geared. The reason I ask is I happened upon an old cast roller which I...
Silly question perhaps, but what would the advantages and disadvantages be of mixing diameters of dies on a bead roller? In practical terms, does...
Nice! Nice and slow speed too I hope
Wanted to share a few shots of my bead roller project. Its funny. After looking on here and getting some great design ideas, I thought I'd take...
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