The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
I know tall velocity stacks look cool,but what is their actual function?
Bottom end torque.....
Hellzapoppin and Ally Oop, both in the same garage with the same caretaker today.
Not sure but looks like a classy rig:
Pretty fancy looking riding mechanics..
This car belongs to Ben.
From another thread on this site: (new to me though)
Another one from elsewhere on the hamb:
Check out the guy on the right, I think he's using "The Force" to send this one down the line
It's got to e easy to date a pic whenn there is an unfinished national landmark in the background.
From the Ed Jensen collection:
Either a Chevy Rod under construction or an unfinished resto.
He just let the car go, these Dover shots show crew members holding the cars so they don't red light before the start. Bob
Off to the eye doctor again.
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I wonder if she was a "candy stripper"?
Hmmm... those taillight openings look familiar...
Low end torque with long stacks. Short stacks improves high end torque. Just matter where your application needs it.
Tunnel from Detroit to Windsor?
My dad on his Diamond T 1944 I think.
Can't be Detroit to Windsor tunnel cause in that picture the traffic is actually moving!
Oh yea, I know that, but I like the idea of "The Force" better....lol
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