The Jalopy Journal
Been awhile but have been working steadily on the little modified.
Stripped down and painted and final chassis assembly...
Impressive ! I like the photo outside the store - great stance. Congratulations on a mighty fine looking hotrod !!!
Good work mate. Anything to be gained noise wise by putting a box type thing over each speaker?
Really enjoying watching your progress. The photos and info are great and helping me find the inspiration to get back into mine. Keep up the good...
Good to see progress again.
Archers in Rotorua still do a good job. Made the front spring for my dodge modified an I was very happy with price an finish.
this is how it is sitting at the moment awaiting some attention.
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The body is made from a collection of different pieces and will have an opening drivers door. The quickchange is an early New Zealand design ( Ian...
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will be making inlet manifold for blower and 3 into 2 into 1 exhaust system.
Been slowly piecing this together while also finishing an A-roadster so progress will be slow. 292 an powerglide to banjo rear. Mtr will be...
I built one to make life easier for running in and changing things. Will need to build a bigger fuel tank one day but it works...
looks good. you going to go thru certification ?
impressive. looking forward to seeing more of this.
making my own seat and using the riser for the base. That other big hump thing is only there to try and find out where the factory position is. I...
Thats too logical !! I thought i would find out wbere factory was an work from there .
Hi, does anyone have measurements for where the front of the seat riser goes. Measurement from a-pillar (doorhindge post) to front of...
Marty (rockabllybassman) has sold his tudor to this fella about 4 mths ago. He wasn't using it much and got laid off and decided he had better...
Very nice !
1948 a40 pickup and dodge modified - 292 i6
nice pickup alright ! I see by reading the link its sold and in Switzerland.
very nice - simple and clean ! I very much like it.
put one end of rod in benchvice - measure out 30 " (limeworks column length) - attatch vicegrips and twist and see what happens.
enjoying this thread - great work and great pictures. looking forward to more.
great pictures and progress , thanks. looking forward to more.
great story so far and thanks for the pictures.
look forward to more.
keep an eye on this thread
Make sure you bench bleed it properly . that was the only problem my mate had - he didn't do it the first time and the second time he didn't do it...
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