The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by zevansfordinliner, Feb 22, 2013.
Your just afraid
x2. All three of them. It's a lot of work putting in all that indoor plumbing.
I'm building it right now
better than an 84 blocky bronco. ima fin finatik-just cant afford a real pair, save the jokes snicker snicker
now THAT is cool! Beyond cool.
Here,s some ive done .
Your right,,I looked and I'm afraid I can't UN-see what I have just seen!
I'm sorry I ask but to be brutal honest that's just plain Fugly!
Rat Rods are not what the Hamb is about! HRP
Nope! No-o-o-o way!!!
so its a four engine 4x4 with what looks like y block and a hilborn style injection. Why is the usage? Any chance of seeing a video?
Can somebody lead me to the eyewash station please?
It's a restoration of Tommy Ivo's Showboat Dragster from the 60's ,,Buick motors, Bruce can give more details, Tim Jones
1933 Riley 4Port Dirt Car I restored back in 1975. It is somewere in Calfornia now, sure would like to know were. Bob
jet engine made frome a tired garret turbo
This old truck.
Somthing else that I have a whole lot of hours into--
I hope you didn't work too hard or spend too much money on that cause.... well, just cause...
I have yet to build mine........
Built a number of cars through the years but i still dig my old school Enfield. Totaly garage built. Did 75 hand ground pointy nuts on it at 2 hrs per nut. Just polished to, no chrome. Hard tailed it. To much to list. 3 yr deal
my best effort so far....
Cub Scout go-cart.
They were going to disqualify us if we used the wheels we prepped.
Not the nicest, but definently the coolest. 1956 Nash Metropolitan. 327, muncie 4sp, tilt front end, 24 inch set back, with '56 chevy dash & tail lamps with 12 bolt posi under the fenders. Nope, sorry no pictures. Garage built when 17 years old. One scary ass ride!
I made a rowing bicycle that's kinda cool. I designed and built this in 1990. It is made of 303 stainless steel, some machined aluminum and a bunch of old Schwinn parts. The pedal system is an afterthought, added to help launch the thing. It seems the legs are stronger than the arms. It is steered by wire and bobbin to use ancient cyclecar terms, otherwise known as cable and pulleys. The steering is center hub or hub center, like an old Bimota race motorcycle. The hub was done with a worn out old Bridgeport and a rotary table. The king pin is a universal joint from an old Chevette.
that is kOOl
does my barrel chair cut it?
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