The Jalopy Journal
Good morning. I sent my template off and it went to a few different hands,. Not sure who it wound up with last. The one I made was below the cowl...
Thank your senators and congressman. Just a way to keep track of how much money you make so they can collect more taxes. :mad:
Rides a little smoother, but not an awful lot different. I'll be going back to the bias plys on new 16 inch wheels over the winter.
16 inch wheels / 1940 front, 48 rear. 5.50 x 16 on 16 x 4's, 7.50 x 16,s on 16 x 4.5's.
Nice to be able to do a simple wheel change and totally change the look of the car. I still prefer the look with the steel wheels. [ATTACH]
The perfect set up to do a little traveling. Now it's just a matter of finding the time (or making it) to do so. I'm hoping to go to a three day...
Looking real good Marty. Out of all the vehicles I've built, my COE is the one that has gotten the most attention. Hope all is well with you and...
A nother one of my old 5W's. Put this one together back in 1985-6. [ATTACH]
Congratulations Alex. Another fine hot rod to add to the stable. Look forward to seeing this one.
Real nice job on the windshield. I like that it's a little more delicate looking than mine and better suited to the Deuce body. Rdstr looks great.
Here are a few I have saved. Love them or hate them,, it was the latest/greatest late 50's early 60's. [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]...
My old 50 Ford with canted quads and Pontiac pans.[ATTACH]
I went back and forth on a Quickchange rear, but wound up using a 9 inch. Strong ,depenable and realtively inexpensive.
Like the rest of the car, the color is going to be outstanding. For me, one of the toughest challengers for me is choosing a color. Looking...
I'm currently building a 66 Chevy II post sedan. I tell people, it's not a Nova. It's a Chevy II. I'm 69 and you are 100% correct.
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