The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by motorhead711, Jul 20, 2009.
a couple of my current projects downunder..
and one recently sold.
Here is the '48 delivery!
A few of mine....... '33 ford 3 window
'61 chevy parkwood
'57 chevy nomad
here's mine presently and in the past...
My current project
Wow that 55 with the 392 was wicked ..
well heres mine in the corner cant fig out how to post ..wtf dumass at this
heres mine 1955 pontiac
-My IHC truck is in this picture
I have no pics of my '64 Falcon
and my other stuff is OT
I guess going to invent a new classification - Lame Ass FNG
Got no hot rod, just an old bread truck/RV that I'm sure you guys are sick of seeing.
Can I redeem myself with a few pix of my classic bikes?
Here's my '55 Special.
Assembly and drivetrain swap in progress...
1938 Chev, 3:08 gears, 9.5 comp.455 Olds(461), 12.78, 104.55 (shifting at 4600 rpm).
Check out my homemade Nostalgia video website...www.franksdragracevideos.com
Little O/T but there we are
1961 Mg Midget
1998 Formula Mitsubishi
turkey run 09
here is my -51 buick. my first build.
I've done triangulated 4link with airbags and done a kickup.
changed the rear axle to a -55 chevy and a 283 sbc with th700..
Planning to chop the roof and do suicide doors in the rear, and the doorhandles is no more.
question, what is an FNG?
Fucking new guy
Here are some pictures of my work in progress. A 1972 C-20 Cheyenne long bed.
I plan on doing some work to the outside once I get the engine done and the mechanics up to where I want them....this needs to sound and run like a hotrod before I take the time to make it look like one.
Phlebmaster's truck pictures
Here is the engine when I started.
Here is where the engine stands at the moment.
My 55 Crown Vic
and 49 Chev 1/2 ton
Here is my flavor of the month, hoping to have it done by november for goodguys. the plymouth is my daily driver.
Here is a few pictures of mine
If this works, heres' mine
Here are my XM falcon's the sedan has a 289 windsor, 3speed toploader. The ute has a 250 log motor with ford T5
I hate when people have both a sweet car AND a sweet bike. You prick.....j/j....both are tits in my opinion man...good job
here are a few of my rides,
1967 suburban, 454/t400/9'' rear, 4wdb
1975 camaro 454/t400 , 12 bolt
1963 Ej holden longroof(wagon) I6, powerglide
1964 mercury comet , moredoor, 500hp 302 windsor/ c4/ 9''
also have 1967 Hr holden sedan, 1971 LC GTR torana 2 door, 1973 camaro
and 1927 T roadster racecar, 357'' chev/ glide/floater rear 8.42 @ 165 mph
Guess it time for my second post.
I purchased the Barracuda in mid-1970s and it has a 360 motor, 4 speed transmission and an 8 3/4 sure grip rear end. I purchased the 30 5 window Coupe just before Christmas and have spent nearly all my free time since getting it running & looking the way I want. It has a Chevy 350 motor, 350 turbo transmission and a Ford 9 open rear end. It has 40 ford brakes & spindles with Buick finned drums in front and late model Ford Bendix brakes in the rear. As soon as the Coupe is road worthy I am going to put the 'Cuda in for paint. <O
Probably not a very HAMB friendly car. However for me it combines hot rodding with a car that will handle extremely well. Will be powered by a slightly warmed over Chevy 3.4 V6 backed up by a Tremic 5 speed. at around 1,500 pounds should go like hell!
Ok, I will post what I have, It is way ot , I got it for putting the cars out there for Kookie, it is a nice little car. it is a 77 Triumph Spitfire. Wanted something older, but this is what I got, so I will make the best of it or find someone who would like to trade. Its all there, just in need of a restore.
oh well, its a start.
Here's my 2cents. Far from done, but still drivable and fun as hell.
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http://www.flickr.com/photos/skreemin/sets/72157602407884542/ ...and then some.
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