The Jalopy Journal
When you start a thread for your new project, please stick a link in this thread so that we are all sure to catch it. Love this little T.
1954 Victoria. In 1989 I was 19, and went with a friend to a car show at the Don Garlits Museum. It was sitting on a trailer with a for sale sign...
2 rear wheel cylinders and a rear brake hose, new. I bought them a few years ago for a 1959 Fairlane and never used them. Buyers pays shipping,...
Vintage "Vent Shade" for 1952-54 Ford or Mercury 2 door sedan model. These are the stainless outer window shades that mount on the door and...
Should be same as 1952 and 53, pretty sure also used on 52-54 Mercury 2 door hardtops. I would consider these driver quality, there is a small...
In decent shape, I was going to use them on my model A when I switched to juice brakes, but sold the truck and don't need therm now. buyer pays...
Really cool old art deco gauge cluster from a 1935 Graham. Condition of the gauges are unknown. Round face is roughly 6" diameter, total...
Traded to fellow HAMBer. Thanks.
bumping this up for the holiday weekend. $4000, BO, Trades?
Rustoleum semi-gloss with a brush, I'm happy with it.
drove the chassis around the yard the other day, so I know at least 1st and reverse work. trades???
If you're going to be quarantined for 2 weeks you may as well have a new project to wrench on. $4200 ?
Looking for a daily driver HAMB friendly or not; Now is you chance to become a HAMB legend by being "The guy that traded a Kia for a Model A". ;)
Someone asked about the "other" parts that come with it. I haven't had time to snap any pics but here are the highlights. A collection of fenders...
1929 model A truck, “some assembly required”. It’s a big project but there is a lot to start with.And it has a clear Florida title in my name....
Oh yeah! that video made my day. Neat car.
That's a really slick idea for a gauge pod! Really enjoying this build.
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