The Jalopy Journal
This is really cool.
A big thanks to you Mrs. Bog for all the fund raising to two have done.
Thanks to everyone on the HAMB for making this happen...
@Paul, do you think there is enough meat on a 303 exhaust manifold to match the port to a 324?
Speedy, if you've got 54 and later heads I'm...
Great score, I wouldn't change a thing!
Wow what a day, the weather gods came through!
Thanks to the Swindlers for all the time and effort they put into the run.
Met a lot of great...
I took the easy way out and only run my lake pipes.
My kid and I have been chasing the same problem on his O/T 260Z, they are notorious for exhaust fumes.
Most of the problem was coming from the...
I can't imagine the countless hours that went into this update.
Thanks to Ryan and the team for a job well done.
Well, I gave my brother the options, he chose the lazy way.
We changed the pinion and trans seal, put it back together and ran it on the jack...
The diff was rebuilt about 15 years ago, it was in my dad's 51 hardtop.
It saw very little use before we swapped it out for a 10 bolt, it's been...
I figured that was the case, but I'm curious about the lazy way.
I made my own with a hole saw and some 3/4" Teflon.
My brother has a 57 Chev rear end in his 50 Fleetline.
The pinion seal has started to leak a little and he wants to change it.
Can we do it...
Back in the day, my uncle was a mechanic for Detroit Diesel.
He told me stories of retro fitting Ardun flatties with new Detroit's in old fishing...
Cleaned and lubed the cable last night.
Drove to work today, way better.
It still has a slight fluctuation, I guess I would too at 65 years old....
Gears in the tranny are new, it was part of speedo project to begin with.
Well, once again I've overlooked the obvious! (insert dumb shit smiley here)
I'll pick up some proper lube and see how it goes.
Thanks for the...
I got the speedo working in the Olds.
At first it made quite a bit of noise, so I undid the cable and managed to shoot some silicon spray in the...
I built a 261 a few years back and had tha same problem.
Turns out 2 headbolts had bottomed out. :rolleyes:
I wonder if there is a drum from something newer that would work?
I found that late 70's Chev pick up drums worked on the back of my 49.
Rory I did a little digging, Harry was the starter from 70-73.
JimBeam, I'm pretty sure that's the one.
That pic looks like it was taken...
That is most likely Harry Dashevsky.
Here's an add from 77.
Here's a pic from 75.
My quarter midget in the pits with the Frizzel Bros. car.
I actually made a pass down the track that day.
Rory is correct on Don Murray's car.
I want to say the guy with the orange car was Paul, I don't know his last name.
Dan lives about 15...
Here's what I did on my 49, your 41 should be similar.
I got my ass handed to me one night on King George Highway by that guy.
I had a 56 Chev 2 door post with a 327 at the time.
My sincerest condolences, prayers sent.
Pulled this out of a Vega many moons ago.
They are 75-77 Goddards, great score.
Here's a crappy pic of my one one, the air scopp and wing were built buy my dad.
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