The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Deuces, Apr 19, 2011.
Holding the fender down
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No good putting my mug up as I look like most others. Grey beard, grey thinning hair with devon slice on top (slang term, Google it) and twinkle in the eye when mechanical things are mentioned.
Goes with the territory..... We're all headed there.... Come on and post it.....
Me, with friends, on my 62 birthday, Bones
you can pick your friends,
you can pick your nose,
but you can't pick-
When I saw the photo the same thing went through my mind, it appears you actually CAN pick your friends nose but alcohol is the deciding factor. HRP
Bias Ply versus Radial discussion gone bad...
. 2018 prom pic
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That’s a nice shot. A dapper young man and his machine, or his fathers machine or whatever, it’s just nice to see young people interested in old cars. Pass the torch.
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That would be a great photo for that "give this a caption' thread.
On my knees doing metal work on the car, kinda tough.
I wonder if those cast iron headers fit a '66-67 Fairlane 500... Probably not!...
Pomona today in the Phaeton
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Always remember that moment.....
No,afraid not. These fit the 1965 and up Ford Galaxies. (Look at the car in my avitor).They only came on the 427 powered cars. There are cast iron sets that fit the Fairlanes, but look different than the ones I holding. I been looking for a set for years, found them last month.
Guy in Torrington, CT back in the late 70’s had an original “R” code fairlane, ‘67 I think. He ran headers but I recall talking about the manifolds that came on the car and he had them still. The right side looked worse than a truck manifold off of a 360 wrecker.
Nothing like the big car 427 manifolds.
That’s right! Bones
This is the only picture I have, Dode Martin on the left and me on the right.
I don't live here, but i like to visit.
Me after painting POR15 under the floor of my coupe
Where's your twin?????....
Cutting the dash out of a 1950 International Pickup. Look how safe I am with my eyeball protection!
At least your elbow and tools are comfortable.
Definitely old skool , with no safety gloves and sparks flying over the upholstery
Skin heals and grows back, but tools are expensive, and must be pampered!
Wow, that guys so ugly he would make Ray Charles flinch.
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