The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by motorhead711, Jul 20, 2009.
Nice Panelvan!!! In 2000 I was in Australia for 5 mounths and drove a Pepper orange '78 Falcon Panelvan, madmax style!
Here's my current wagon:
Just got it several mounths and use it as a daily here in Amsterdam. Runs nice with the 390 Super Marauder. It's got the merc-o-matic trans swapped for a c6.
Here's mine doing duty as the party machine!
Finally got a couple of print photos of our Roadster scanned so I could post them. Sorry about the quality of the "barn" photo, it was taken a long time ago.
Here's the 37 after three months started with just the roof and quarters also 31 chevy truck and a pile of parts put into a heap
it is a work in progress but i hope to drive it to hunnert this year
Here is an old shot of my Continental from my Pre Army days.
Here is a shot of my work in progress....
well here is a pic of the reason why i dont have a rod at the moment. Looks a little different now than in the pic as the pic is a couple years old.there is no more chrome on it, the top is all black, has a roll bar, new mirrors, and a grill. We do alot of camping and this gets us anywhere we want to go.
We are on the look out for an old pick up to rod out though. probably wont be able to get one till next summer... unless i sell this truck... which is crazy talk if you ask anyone who knows me.
i am getting ansy for a new project though after looking at all of yours..
you guys down in houston sure are upside down on what you build!
My recently acquired '57 Custom
my dodge and 34 ford
I lightened it so much it floats. Problem is my floors are rusty and thus it flips upside down.
http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1072281990#/photo.php?pid=46799&id=1719529623 first build.
Whats wrong with the short bus????
Let me know what ya think...
Its a 50 302 auto. Over a 6 month thrash fest we baged it with a home made three link in the rear, added power rack and pinion and power disk brakes. I built all of the brackets for brakes, suspension, and steering. It still has the stock A arms up front with the shock moved to the outside of the frame. FYI 2wd S10 calipers with S10 hoses and slip on late model fwd Lincoln rotors work great with a simple plate steel bracket for the caliper. Rear axle is a stock length S10 (yeah I know it has a different bolt pattern) I completed the car to this point 3 days before leaving to Billet Proof NW....... 500 miles over mountains and desert no problems... another FYI aftermarket aluminum radiators for 67 mustang are cheep and are almost a bolt in... Oh by the way it's for Sale.
haha. nice ride though man. you are gonna have to do a write-up on that lightening technology that you got going on.
Here is my '38 Ford... Shes running the dreaded 350/350 combo for the summer but I have different engine plans for her over the winter. I have replaced all the suspension, added discs to the front, changed out all the wiring, and I'm building a dash from scratch (it had none when I got it) I drive this truck every day including the 400 mile trek to where I surf and get tattooed just about every other weekend. Shes a runner.
Very impressive........for NEWBIES!
My Shoebox as it looks when i got it about a month ago.
Dam Wayne that 55 is getting real close, the tri 5 Kings RULE!
I 've got one that's H.A.M.B. friendly and two that are not.
I like fat tattooed girls haha
my truck 1929 ford
My shop truck, build pictures on (spy pics 32)
now that's a damn cool pic! and the truck is pretty nice too
stupid question, how do you get pictures up????
its been 7 years since i bought the body but this month it finally hit the road
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