The Jalopy Journal
That's one clean Comet! I have to know, how did you get your car on and off of your frame rack? Do you have a forklift?
Two that come to mind. The first car I remember seeing with firewall mounted gauges was Bob Bleed's family roadster @bobbleed
Wow! Do you have any pictures of its construction?
Great stuff Travis!
That's awesome you got the motor to turn freely, but since I know you're one who doesn't go back on their word, I assume you're still planning on...
Epic! What was the track? Just a simple oval? Or more of a road race style track?
I see Chadly's old roadster there. Which car was John looking at?
OH MAN!! I like the hidden ignition switch and ignition coil under the dash. So many nice well thought out details on this one.
It is. Its an earlier T with what appears to be a 4 carb flathead.
Very cool! Thanks for sharing. I used to live near Yuma High and I am quite familiar with those quonset hut buildings on 3rd. A great piece of...
Very cool Richard! Has the car been in Yuma all of this time? How long has it been sitting?
I assume these photos are from when it was first built? Did it ever make it out to Bonneville?
Jeff Beck when he was on the American Hot Rod Foundations podcast, the Rodcast. He goes into a lot of detail about his lifelong passion for hot...
Steve Gonzales Merc
Street Rodder 1977
Though primarily a lowrider podcast, this episode of "Drifting on Memories" is worth checking out. In this episode he interviews Steve Gonzalez,...
Beautiful work! I love that roadster pickup!
Great photos! Any more pictures of this Chevy?
Here's a nice write up on Pat by Thom Taylor over at Fuel Curve
Blurb website https://www.blurb.com/bookstore search "Jimmy Hot Rod Photo Collection"
And do you still have the Lincoln?
Congrats! I can't wait until my copy finally shows up!
Not just a foam bed, but a "foam rubber bed"
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