The Jalopy Journal
A fellow brought an early Sportster tank he just got painted to me as it was leaking gas.
The body shop painter ground the bottom weld smooth...
As vtwhead suggested or 1 1/2" electrical conduit is what I used for my column with a bushing and bearing.
The single bike picture is that of an Indian,
the triple bike picture shows an Indian in the middle and possibly Harleys on each side
You could probably make your own from some stainless, a few trys will get you there.
Bandit Billy and 51504bat just gave me an idea for mine or yours,
use that cheap plastic loom as small as needed then wrap the loom with cloth...
A few years ago I went to a flee market 2 hours from home and found a glove box manual
for a 40 Plymouth.
I had sold mine but in the next town 2...
No problem, move along.
9" Ford in my 41 Willys, not a big surprise,
81 Ford hood prop rod for trunk lid prop rod,
70s road grader inside door handles as door handles,
Post # 59211,
slight mistake Clinton On. not Linton, spent the 50s and 60s there.
That's what happens when you take pictures in a snow storm!
Screw this I think I'll become a plumber!
Glove box using a cardboard shoe box and wax paper as a release agent,
shifter tower/emergency brake lever housing, just odds and ends.
My 64 had the small six and 400 gears.
When I bought it I asked the guy how fast it would go as I had quite a drive ahead of me,
he told me to...
First you have to determine if she swallows!
In post #56568 the woman with the snowshoes is going nowhere except backwards!
How about a 10" or 12" plywood blade in your cutoff saw. (hopefully no wire).
The voices in my head.
alanp561 just grab a thick business card, that should get you close to .015
Merry Christmas and all the best in the new year to all you HAMBDOGS
from your friendly neighbourhood Psycho!
You'd be better off eliminating the last word in your title.
Obviously the guy had never seen a sediment bowl before or
didn't understand how it worked.
My 67 Bronco had one and my 76 Bronco I believe had one but that's going back
aways in my memory bank.
I might add mine was a 5 window model.
All of the comments are interesting,
my 1941 (Canadian) Plymouth business coupe had the spare behind the driver's seat.
The passenger seat back...
If you are one who uses nitrile gloves that fit well once they're on
but are a bitch to get over the fat of your hand first dust/rub on some
When I was younger we had a dog we called nuts and bolts.
If I was working on something and the dog was around
generally I only had to open the...
I hate buying a tool or part I know I have or have seen in the last month or two.
I like where this is going, well done.
OK here's my 2 cents:
Weld an arm onto the side of any old beat up socket that fits the wheel nut and drill it out
1/2" using the 1/2" square as a...
Brand loyalty can change in a heartbeat.
My mother always bought Chrysler products from a fellow she went to school with as a young girl.
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