The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by jawdrpn36, Jun 12, 2007.
Not A lot YET.
Not Much yet.
Sorry About That I'm Still learning??.
That was about the best 2 hours I've spent in a looooong time! I love seeing what everyones got in their garages, and this way, I don't have to break in and risk getting arrested! I'll have to get some pics of the 37' dodge and post em', but it is sitting next to my 68' Charger R/T and a flathead Harley. I'd hate to get some of the R/T or flathead in the picture and make people on the internet angry with me. lackluster
I wouldn't mind seeing the R/T......there's one in my garage too..
Just work in my garage.
Just all fun stuff
Just some old stuff.
here is my A bone and I am itching to drive weathers not to great up here. 50 chevy is the next project.
I just have this bird that somehow made a nest in my garage. Hopefully I will get her out this month or next. Some of you have some really nice garages! This is what happens when a car sits for 30 yrs. At least I got her running the first night I got her.
I had a 68 R/T too, sadly it had to go back in 94 to pay the mortgage. What's real sad is the fact it was a factory HEMI car that I only got to drive once before I stuck it in the garage.
The "before" & "after" photos of my 1930 Ford that was hit on the way to the Richmond Nats in August 2006. It's finally done now and ready for a couple of rod runs.
1964 Falcon Convertible on a rotiserie.
Shows you're a responsible man and can make the right decision. Good for you. Lots more cars out there to get when the time is right.
Man, that's a righteous rod! Don't mean to pry, but was it insured when you had the accident, and what was the extent of the damage?
Here's a few pics of my model A truck. The Chevy is a stand in motor for this year until I can get the hemi finished.
lets try that again.
this is in my garage. not very nostalgic but oil changes are much more fun.
Hmmmm. I'm taking it oil change doesn't cost $19.95 plus tax....
ill have mine once the snow clears and I can see the inside of my garage again.
The project of the month.......Yeah right!!!
Next time it needs an oil change Im only too happy to help.......
I got a dipstick!!!!
What are all those warped planks for? Wheel ramps??
69 tempest drag car
64 plymouth sport fury 426 4-speed
I have just figured out how to post pictures so i thought i would try to put a couple on here. The willys coupe is an all steel 1940. We found it about 5 years ago and got it done and running good lastyear. We took it to 5 or 6 shows lastyear and plan on heading out again this year.
Here is a picture of our willys pickup. Sorry to take two spots on here but i haven't figured out how to post two pictures at once. I know i need computer help!!! The cab is a 1938 with the 1940 front end on it. We brought the cab out of the woods about 4 years ago. It was in very rough shape with alot of bullet holes and rust. (imagine that here in maine) We traded the cab twice. Once it went to P.A. and once to N.H. In N.H. the building that it was being stored in caught on fire and burnt flat. The cab was the only thing saved. It then came back home to us agian and we decided to start working on it. Hopefully we will have it on the road this summer. My husband did alot of the sheet metal work and also made the ladder bars. They are the same as on our coupe. The center section and rear fenders were done by our friend randy ferguson. He does great work!!!!! Thanks for looking.
Nice rides Gasser!!
Thank you very much!!!!!
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