Advertisements Waiting for things to dry up at the 2015 HAMB Drags Advertisements
Advertisements Great film from the Jalopy Journal, does what it says!
Advertisements Had a quick discussion with Neil Fretwell of the VHRA at Wheels Day about our respective Sport Coupes. Neil’s
Advertisements The Flathead Ford is still the engine of cool for traditionalists in the Hot Rod & Custom Car worlds.
Advertisements In the lead-up to The Race of Gentlemen – which this year is being sponsored by Hemmings Motor News
Advertisements Took a first look at my rear hubs, brakes & axle shafts this weekend, learned a lot
Advertisements More for the list!! XXXXXXX Old School HAMBer Join Date: Feb 2007 Location: Texas Posts: 11,764 Re: Identification of
Advertisements A few pictures for my friends on the H.A.M.B to help me identify the front suspension spindles on the
Advertisements Started looking at the brakes today and found a bit of a mix and match situation. The 1929 Model
Advertisements The motors are showing all 80 odd years of age and are vacuum operated. The left hand one is