The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by neverdun, Jan 16, 2012.
I've searched and had no luck. Lots of roundy round but not much else.
Thanks ahead of time.
Two of my favorite cars!
and one from the salt.............
Not really a race car, but one bad mofo........
This is not a race car but a tribute to a circle track car/racer from West Virgina. The 'Flying Zero', a 40 Ford coupe, driven by 'Spivey'. I can't find any info about this combo - does anyone have any information regarding this?
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The Stags club's 40, parked in front of our clubhouse. We've owned and raced this car since 1960.
You can do that one in your garage!
Now how about some more.
Chris, I don't think the old girl's got it in her anymore. It used to be a race car 2 owners before I got it. Wes remembers seeing it at York US 30 when he worked there. Here's how it looked when I got it. Had a 327 with a TR-1 Edelbrock tunnel ram and two fours and a Borg Warner 4 speed. Wes said it ran high 11's. Not bad for "back in the day"!
Now back to real 40 race cars!!
Great photos, Andy. 40's are cool in any configuration. The Bill Baldwin '40 is an awesome exercise in restraint. Keeping all that is special about a '40 Standard Coupe while putting together one incredible car. The Hot Rod Garage scored yet another home run when they did this one.
Very nice car.
Great pictures just great......
She's had a slight attitude, I mean altitude adjustment since then. Since I am going with a Bonneville them I am thinking about a roll bar and the picture of yours is just where I was thinking of putting it.
The Stags 40 was white the last time I saw it.
And what about Morelands 40?
Where's that Maroon chopped coupe? The one with the # on the door. Bad ass car.
Here ya go Ron..............
Just looking at a picture of Moreland's '40 sitting still makes my heart rate go up!
Ford will always be known for 1939-40 Fords
Mopars..... Anyting with a HEMI!
Toyota-Datsun, etc........Throw away/Recycle scrap!
From Magnolia Drag Strip.
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