The Jalopy Journal
I love the way you are headed with this, factory knob on an aftermarket switch for instance. The car has found a good home. The gas tank "cradle"...
Most of the 4WD shops will know people. They do more axle work than car shops.
Have you tried hanging out a BEER sign? Just sayin...
The counterfeit Chinese switches are well documented. If they do not last 20 years, they're junk.
The Harley switches are the way to go.
Skipped timing chain?
Looks like some serious Hygge!
That car is going to be amazing :)
Sent mine to George. Very nice.
I have a spare 346 if ya'll wanna fab one up for that...
There were also more wood workers than metal workers at that time.
'60s GM trucks had wood in the bed but you are likely wondering about...
Saw this '58 Pontiac mill from a GMC. Between the bell, intake & exhaust manifolds, Pan, oil pump,
gusher tubes, there is at least 700 buck there!
Was blessed to visit the Casa Grande yard this week. Most of the front office has been out with covid and they have little yard help. (like...
Seems like you bought car parts. Why would you insure or register car parts?
Anyone going or vending?
Low HP & low RPM engine, the pump may be just fine, you could always put a shim on the spring...
3.07 is pretty lean for a little 6, Higher would be better. Finding a newer axle assy might be less involved.
More than you will ever need to know:
I suspect there would be little to gain...Except- If you did a little port work, bumped up the squeeze, ground a cam... :) What you building?
Looks like you had a great time! My pile was smaller than that :)
Could go in a flat rate box. Bought these by mistake...
Sgt. York's 1957 Pontiac
I was in the Cadillac Sedan!
Well, I pulled out of San Pedro late one night
The moon and the stars were shining bright
I was drivin' up Grapevine Hill...
Aw, you wouldn't...
OMG, how did I miss this tread?
Are you THE MAN??
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