The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by ZZ-IRON, Aug 4, 2008.
This is it
I bought my four-door 1939 Olds in 1980 as a family ride. I added a Nova subframe back in 1989, and rebuilt a 350 Olds/Turbo 350 in 1990. I got it on the road in 1991. It has a Nova rear end, Ford (!) LTD II seats. Since the wreck, it's slowly coming back to life--very slowly... I didn't even feel like working on it for a couple of years.
My new plans are for an Olds 403 (small block) and a 200 R4 (4R?) These pics were taken in July 1999, August 1999, and July 2005, respectively.
My chopped 51 88 club coupe
Love that looks good and flows well!
Here's meglite's 52 Hardtop that his Grandmother bought new! He found it after years of looking for it and is rebuilding it.
My '50 powered by a 454 crate motor (unfortunately) and TH400.
Haha... named this pile of rust "The Baby Killer" as I found several old marbles and a baby shoe while sweeping out all the dirt from the floor board...
Here is the 50 olds with 53 caddy motor punched out to 365 and 37 lasalle trans that belongs to my buddy Larry that we took to Bonneville this year, car ran 147mph on the short coarse. last time it ran was in 58 it has both stickers in windshield from 58 and 09
Would love to se a couple more pics of this Toronado Kustom, OT or not.
1966 Motor Trend Car of the Year. Super long distance cruiser.
that 1950 Olds coupe at Bonneville now that's real cool 147 mph
gotta love oldsmobile's!
i`ve done body and paint on this `53 ,for a friend of mine...!stock,but with airride..
My 1950 Tudor sedan is still for sale. Check post #46, page 3 on 8-5-2008 .
Robert 918-254-1932 918-519-1932
I got this 51 Super 88 about a month ago and added as much of the front bumper as I can find.
Here's my 48 Olds 98 convertible and my 41 Olds Club Coupe.
Not my ride but had to post the pic. One of the best looking old Olds I've seen. 1938 coupe.
I know it's kinda old, but, someday...........
hey rdrokit that car is a 37 ,the one under it is a 38. my dad had a 38 my grandpa had a 37. i have a 49 clb cp
Here's my old '69 Delta 88. I got it for $800 from some guy that was selling everything because he was getting divorced. He got it from the orig owner's son, with 35k orig miles on it and all paperwork from 1969.
350 Rocket with a 2bbl. I lowered it a little, put wide whites on it, painted the wheels, and put some little things here and there. I loved that car, but I had to get rid of it. bah.
My '60. and the '38 dodge rat truck with a '60 olds 394 in it.
I did post photos of mine, but must have deleted the photos.
here is some updates one, now lowered in the rear 1 1/2 inches, I like the ride height, but the speedhumps and the multistory car park I park in doesn't like the ride height.
Her's my Olds Cutlass from 1966
It have a 455" with a 3 power manifold (L69)
Bought this bad boy for $1500!
Nice car! See your a kenosha guy, hope to see you and car around town this summer!
I took these pics the day i bought it. Since then i lost the gay ass front plate, pulled the trim off so i could start on the body work and tossed a set of 56 Belair hubcaps on it, looks a lil better that way. I finally got it running today after i got my rebuilt harmonic balencer put on. I took a couple of laps around my shop's parking lot.
I wasn't sure if this would be okay, but after seeing some other wagons, I thought I'd go ahead. I really do need to get some better pics of it, but here is my 1969 Vista Cruiser:
It's my shop car that serves as a swap meet and general hauler as well as the tow car for my 67 4-4-2 Super/Pro car.
It also sees occasional bracket duty itself. This pic was with the original tired 400 (it now has a 455), and obviously an 1/8th mile shot.
More pics and stuff can be seen here: http://www.supercarsunlimited.com/info/photos/vista/vista.html
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