The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by wayfarer, Nov 6, 2003.
After...in my head...
I would trade you my car in a heart beat
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A good friend of mine built this a while back, still owns it. Thats a static ride, no air or juice, rides great
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Presently I am workin on a fenton two deuce for it. I have tried to get an EDGY head for it but they never seem to respond to my emails. Are they around any more or what?
Yes,the Montana Dodge Boys are still open,but the delivery of the heads have been delayed due to their racing schedule and foundry delays. These are the guys trying to get into the 200 MPH Bonneville Club with a 29 Dodge roadster.
My best suggestion is to keep trying with the emails and put "Edgy Heads" in the top box to identify the purpose of the email. I bought one of the 23 inch heads and one of the 25 inch heads with matching serial numbers,and am still waiting for them to be delivered. They aren't going to ship them until the casting and heat treating problems are solved,and I heartily approve of that.
Since it costs nothing to send them an email occasionally,keep doing it. Chances are they will have them in production before you can find a good used one to buy.
BTW,I am looking for cast iron Fenton or Hedman Headers for the 23 inch and 25 inch engines,as well as for a 226 cubic inch flat 6 Ford.. Any and all leads will be appreciated.
A couple of HAMBER's doing Drag Week
<------- PB Sport Roadster I built to her second* Hot Rod iteration about 30 years ago, using +/- 90% of early '50s period correct Chrysler Corporation components and parts.
Rest of the components or parts all pretty much period correct aftermarket items.
All still going strong with 30K+ miles (and counting) on her.
*First(?) hot rodded/modified around '51-'52 in full fenders/bumpers/running boards, etc form and likely used a flathead Ford V8 along with few other period "custom" updates/-grades, including diamond tucked dark green vinyl and fake leopard skin fabric for upholstery materials.
Now that's what I call a barracuda!
He has a build thread: "Almost Funny AWB Barracuda Funny Car" (9 1/2 months from start to running at Drag Week
Hemihead, Sorry I didn't see your post earlier.
The engine is a 354, 56 New Yorker, A-727, 68 Charger rear end, front power discs, Cavalier power rack & pinion, tilt wheel and air. Now waiting to get the seats, etc. done.
BTW,I am looking for cast iron Fenton or Hedman Headers for the 23 inch and 25 inch engines,as well as for a 226 cubic inch flat 6 Ford.. Any and all leads will be appreciated.[/QUOTE]
Loving that chop. Wish I had those skills. Maybe I will try the roadmaster first,and if i pull that one off I will try the Wayfarer.
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