The Jalopy Journal
At 75 getting down onto the creeper can be a challenge, but getting up can be worse without access to a hoist. The worst part is when you go...
Loving the color on that truck.
You guys and your backs. I did the other side and fell face first onto a concrete step a back in November.Still have some sore spots and sprung...
I know what you mean about new projects Carl. Some day I'll get back on the race car after I get the '64 Dodge altered wheelbase street project...
Are you building a new car to add to your fleet? I think you need to start a new build thread Carl. Inquiring minds want to know.
Cool tool box!
The rear of the fenders look like they want a '54 Mercury tail light, but the overall feel seems to want the original '57 Buick lights. Either...
Merry Christmas to you and yours. We're getting rain here in SoCal.
You might want to turn the SUs over. They work better right side up. (I know, you we're just seeing if anyone was paying attention.):rolleyes:
Bump steer just helps keep the drive interesting.
Those dang auto adjusters can be a real painintheass.
My personal preference leans towards the slightly rough variety. Built in a two car garage or sitting out in the driveway because the garage is...
That car just screams essence of hotrod.
Beautiful color. Looks like it was made for that car. Looking forward to seeing it put together.
I always figured to build a period hotrod you should try an make it look like something from the period it would have been built in. Doesn't mean...
That is a great collection. All you need to go with it is a weapons control box covered in blinking lights.
You could always use the front half of the rear doors and most of the front doors to create a long profile door looking like a stretched stock door.
Definitely sits right. Sorta screams mid '60s.
Liking that taillight treatment a lot. Looks natural.
Don't sweat the tailpipes, that's an easy fix.
Looks like it's gonna be a fun build. Subscribed.
Loving that supercharged single cylinder Morgan.
Really looks like a proper hotrod.
Great shot. Looks like you are hooking up nicely.
Old saying still applies. "How fast do you want to go? How much money do you have?" Bigger and better have always cost more, but the expensive...
Look good to me.
More pictures and details?
Short and simple. Looks good to me. Love the sound of an Olds through glasspacs.
Looks like something a blacksmith would use to bend iron.
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