The Jalopy Journal
Factory Early 1930's NOS Flathead intake. In factory crate, with vintage paperwork.
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I’ve never met Shelby, but I’ve interacted with Craig Breedlove a couple times. “History” can be like gossip. As long as you figure-in it’s...
The weather was perfect this morning. Overcast and cool. Tomorrow should be good too.
Great to see the show having positive turnout this year.
Out of curiosity... any plans to reschedule or will it be a year off for the next one?
Sorry to hear. Thanks for the update though.
The 2019 Nationals are this weekend in Fontana. Saturday May 11th. Weather was the same last year, which was perfect for...
That seems a little heavy handed. That’s a lot of value you deleted just because the wheels weren’t kosher.
Beautiful write-up for a great guy! He gave a lot to our hobby.
I tracked down a past owner and found out the car was restored by the owner before him... a Henry Yeska who made parts and...
Were any of these manufacturers producing in the 1970s?
This car was restored for show in the ‘70s. Because the fenders have the same level of...
I’m trying to determine the source of my fenders on my recently purchased Roadster.
Does anyone know how to tell the...
Ready to support again.
Credit card in hand!
Wow. That video is amazing. What a beautiful car. So 1950’s.
Love it. Now if someone would just build a clone of the un-restored "gold" version, circa 2017. ;)
Contact Chrysler Historical Services in Detroit. They can provide a build sheet. You will need to give them your serial and proof of ownership.
Wish I wasn’t. Once the kids are out of school all bets are off.
Great weather. Beautiful nature. Overall populous growing dumber by the...
Man.... and cars just sit and languish in my garage.
Talk about fast work. I admire the new owner’s drive to get her going!
I'm partial to fenders. This car has everything I'd want.
Anyone want to take a guess on what size those wheels are ????
It’s an event you should do once, but in all honesty the historic races at the track are more enjoyable. IMHO.
Since they consistently put out great stuff I'm sure it will be a positive move. Can't wait to see what comes next.
That’s a pretty cryptic message.
Just wondering if the car progressed or if it’s still in pieces? Can you share that much?
Did this car ever go anywhere?
Amazing condition too...
Neat car. I hope someone recognizes it.
While these things look a little awkward in photos... in real life they are neat as hell.
My question wasn’t rhetorical.
Anyone know if they still make everything in China?
Are all United Pacific parts still made in China?
So, it was said this car would be sold off... what ever happened?
Is it being sold? Is Ed keeping it???
Very neat old custom! The condition doesn’t look too bad either.
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