The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by 61gasser, May 15, 2020.
I identify as a male.
the back looks 27ish chevy, but the cowl doesn't seem right
I have no idea why but Studebaker came to my mind.
It's just a white, 5 gallon bucket; nothing special about it, other than it's next to some rusty car parts. Sorry, but it's all I've got. I am Butch/56sedandelivery.
I'm guessing you're single, 'cause a wife would make you clean up the yard before you start another car project.
Ha, not my yard. Mines not a whole lot better though, not gonna lie!
Is that right-hand drive?
The little lights and their location seem like a good clue.
I think he's out buying it.
It's old and crusty, so of course I can identify with it.
1st thought was Essex, but I'm leaning toward Whippet.
Thet's ol' Ma Parker's place! Thet car body come up outa the wash back yonder.
Ol' Pa didn't rightly allow it was in the Ford line, but said it was anybody's guess.
Snag the gas pump when your there.
I have no idea.
And grab that aluminum ladder too...they're great for doing electrical work in wet basements.
It is(was) a 1926/7 Oakland sedan. Predecessor of Pontiac.
sure looks like it
Would that be the toeboard that the steering column goes through (on the Oakland)?
I would think it goes thru the toeboard. That hole on the passenger side is quite likely for an old manifold heater. There are many Model A firewalls with holes in them for exactly that purpose.
I agree, those four holes to the outside hold that vacuum tank in place as seen in the above photo. Bob
What purpose does a vacuum tank serve on this?
Not a Dodge?
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