The Jalopy Journal
I pulled this out of a field in South Dakota, for $750.00 in 1988.
Years ago, had an old guy in bib overalls tell me he'd rather see his sister working in a whore house rather than be in my car. Never got to see...
You make it sound like Wayne bought it for cheap and is trying to score big. He's not a flipper, in that sense. He's acting as a broker for the...
^^^It was my understanding that the family contracted with Wayne to handle the sale of the Mercury.
Thank you for your honesty sir.
I started a build thread about installing a fog lamp flush in the grille of my 37 Tudor. Honestly, there were a lot of guys who started off...
Usually any shop that can re-silver mirrors, can do reflectors.
Wonder what the clone sold for?
Welcome from across the border.
I kind of like stuff like this.
Sorry for your loss Mikey.
I've seen guys take the handle and put the square shank in a vise. Heat the shank and give it a twist in the direction you need. The real...
I would choose the 40 Ford Tudor.
Unfortunately, life is not allowing me to attend the Tin Dusters this year. Hope the guys going down (or up) (or over) have a safe trip and enjoy...
OP: Nice car. I saw it earlier tonight, when pprather was on a Zoom meeting while walking through the host hotel.
We have a small group that...
Is that the "Rocketman" in Wilmington, Illinois? As a kid in the 50's, I always liked our Sunday drives to the country on Rt 66.
I bought one of the last Walker radiators from Walker last year for my 37 ($900). I do have a Walker for a 37 Ford that needs a lower tank...
Thanks for posting. Great pictures.
Bobby Darin dream car. DiDia 150, designed and built by Andy DiDia in the late 1950's. I saw the car in person, 1962, Harvey Illinois at...
I think it's the seal for the windshield portion of the bubble. I kind of recall the original bubble being tinted and the front "windshield:...
Sorry to hear. RIP.
Sounds like a great event. Hopefully, they won't get rained out. Wish I had the time to go.
Thanks for posting. Does anyone know who won the "BIG" award for custom?
Lucky guy. Great Gramps.
20200725_123432 by Stu D Baker posted Jul 25, 2020 at 9:47 PM
My experience, for what it's worth. Speedway stuff is generally good enough for...
Bump for the brunch crowd.
Looks like Tom Kelly's car. He's from New Lenox. Very nice car too. If it is Tom's, that's the last car to get painted at the shop...
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