The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57 Corvette ~ Bob, Aug 13, 2020.
Acrylic paints on orange Cresent board.
A work in progress , versions one and two. Number two is a partial and it got the green light...
"Not the Fastest or the Slowest..."
...Hamber @cornfieldcustoms (Mike) is an incredible Fabricator and Spirit in Go Fast and Next Year I understand he will have a New Adventure for Bonneville to Experience...Many of You already follow his Sharing of Greatness on the Hamb...Congrats on this Years Salt Experience Mike which sounds to have been a Big Thumbs Up...The Rouster Looked Bowling Green aka Bonneville Style...
Your StreamLiner Inspired This Thank You...
I should give an Extended Shout out and Thumbs Up to All the Other Hambers that Competed and Made Bonneville What we Know it to be Every Speed Week...Surreal
Happy Friday Hambers
Credit to All That Inspired This
In honor of Speed Week (a belated celebration.) Just an old sketch...
Heavy new OLDS 303 freakout (pencil base). From a drawing at West Beach HOT ROD HAVEN a week or so ago.
Great start, Good Friday to ya all ! A new one.
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Ray Callejo had/has a well rounded background in hot rods and drag racing. He was at the Fremont Dragstrip with his 1931 Model A Sedan and a 283 C.I. SBC that ran in the B/Altered class. This was the ALTERED Coupe and Sedan Class many years before they dropped the designation and included Altered Roadsters.
Ray Callejo Model A Fremont Drags
Then with his connections to the custom/hot rod world, he created a 584 C.I. SBC powered (283 x 2+ 566 c.i.) So, he bored the 283’s up to 292 c.i. each and put them inline inside of the Model A sedan. There is no record in any publication that can show the car at the drags, but it did manage to get to several Northern California hot rod shows with the twin inline SBC powering the modified Model A Sedan.
The research shows that the copyright for all show photos belongs to a person that has not made them public.
The old designation of BA-7 is no longer correct and should have read A/A-7. (with 584 c.i.)
The Model A Sedan with the twin 292 SBC motors was featured in Car Craft and Hot Rod Magazines back in the early 1960s.
Seeing that sedan put a 'spring in my step' for the WHOLE day!
...ok, it's Friday, I got nuttin new but since we have a B'Ville theme kinda goin, here's some of those...
... "Bel Air Blues"...
Custom bead rolling from Hobo’s Hot Rod Garage this week
Haven't posted for awhile. 12" traffic lens painted with one-shot. Gary
Kool Kop Kar but where are officers Gunther Toody and Francis Muldoon?
Wait one minute! That's not Brooklyn!
^^^^^^ SOO COOL JIGGER!!!!! ^^^^^^^^ I really love your art work!
Great stuff this week from everyone, and thanks the likes, and letting me play too. Ron............
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