The Jalopy Journal
Born in the final year of HAMB friendly cars.
I have had a lot of vehicles but none of them were 65s. I wouldn't mind an F85 though
At a family style, downtown, block all the roads, car show in Haverhill a man was explaining to his children that "this is a hemi engine" I walked...
Well, I always wondered and now we all know, thanks Mr. Squirrel
Why do the HP curve and torque curve always cross paths at 5500 rpm on a dyno sheet?
Not an insult but I am perplexed when a grown man asks me what my car is. It happens quite a bit. [ATTACH]
I've been working on a 56 for a friend, they are neat trucks. I like what you are doing with yours, thanks for posting [ATTACH]
And we still don't know how to get a 392 into a 37 Dodge truck!
Well done on the transmission tunnel, and for the rest of the build for that matter!
See you around this Spring I'm sure
Hey man, that looks pretty slick!
I am hoping that my over the top car is in the near future, I have been gathering goodies for awhile now and I still have a few options.
1941 239. I swapped to the 2 bolt crab style distributor
This kid in the neighborhood said his OT naturally aspirated fox body yanks the wheels, I said "no way". So we go for a little drive. . . . . I...
Thank you for the picture of the head.
I will look at my car later today and report back how my generator is wired up
Mr. Monkey, can you take a picture of the "business side" of that 6:1 head please?
Key on power through ballast resistor to + coil. -coil...
Nice ultrasound, is it a boy or a girl?
Those look like hand towel holders from a house bro.
@X38 you beat me to it. Boyd pretty much invented it
Way cool project right there, I look forward to the updates.
Incredible amount of little details from one photo, man, I am in the right place.
Hey Shaun, have you got a vernier caliper? Measure the cranks at their journals and see if they are the same, or close. Glad to see you're going...
It's attached to original tank mount and seems straight to me
617 is a Boston exchange
Neat car Glenn, what a beautiful start!!
1937 was a transition year for the flathead, some 21 stud, some 24 stud blocks depending on what...
I should have dropped my steering column down a bit more because the wheel is up close to the windshield. On the other hand, the little extra...
Also 6'5" I used a second row minivan seat, made short brackets to mount it low and back under tulip panel. [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Wicked Joe, just too cool!
Great job you are making steady progress. Keep at it bro
@Robert J. Palmer, you probably like inspecting your tools when you clean them before you put them away in their proper place too!! Hahahaha!!!...
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