The Jalopy Journal
That truck should be very simple to do.
I ran a set of spacers on a 331 Cad in the 60's. Always leaking!
The Chev rear fenders fit nice.
Just buy the proper head. Can't be hard to find
Rewire it one wire or so at a time. It all starts at the solonoid.
Nice coverage Doug, Thanks
R.I.P. Mr Economaki.
Nice work Rich. Turned out great.
Good machine work too. Fixed a crank for me, great work
Gotta make sure what size the center hole is also. Some are too small for full size
There's some good Ford heads too. Just need to talk to the right person.
Thanks for posting Bob. I couldn't get tickets this year.:(
Enjoyed your Video very much:)
Glad you're OK Bob. Be careful, you're not 25 anymore!
Very cool,it's come a long ways since I met you guys at LARS. Love it.
Nice work, and lots of it!
Nice that you had them go with the contour of the hood. As it should be IMO
Looks great, But I wouldn't use any teflon on fuel lines or most anything else.
Just out of the Marines and married a short while> Put a Olds in my 41 Ford coupe.
New rear springs would make it lower in front. Nice Bird.
Very nice. I'd love to have it. Had a Vintage Burgandy 427 car yrs ago.
IMO smoothies are for trailers maybe:eek:
Seems like the problems have grown quite a bit. Can't be all this bad if you
took it for a test drive and all was well:confused:
Mine works better with the factory pro valve.
Sounds like u need a newer car:rolleyes:
Andy and Tony, your pics are always good;)
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