26th Annual Spring Daytona Turkey Run. Car show, swap meet, car corral, and lots of cruising! If you haven't been to this Spring one in a while, it has really grown!Visit their website for more details or to register. Hotels fill up fast.See More
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Hello, y'all. Been working on the 1955 Dodge station wagon nearly full time. I mean it's almost like a job. I had a really good luck thing that happened with March Performance, the people that make serpentine belt drives for engines that didn't come with them. I was trying to get one for my Gen I 392 inch Hemi. They told me that if I could take my engine to Naples, Florida they would make a prototype for my engine. And since I have the Short Big Block Chevrolet water pump adaption on my engine, they can make prototypes for both stock engines and the ones with the Chevy water pump. So I was very happy about that. I am nearly finished with the body work. Painting is next. But I am having trouble finding weather stripping for the car. Because it is a 2 door station wagon, the stripping for the back sliding windows, the fixed rear windows and the tailgate window are impossible to find. Do you have any ideas?
What are you working on now and how are you guys doing? Mary has moved to Utah with Chuck Hoekman. I miss her. She was really the only friend I had down here.
Anyway, thanks for the email. Keep me posted and let me know what's happening in your neck of the woods.
I heard on the news that someone, I can't remember who, bought the actual first General Lee from the Dukes of Hazzard TV program.
From what I have seen on the news, you guys are having hotter days than we are. My wife is from New Jersey and the temps in her home town were 105 on Friday. It hasd been in the low to mid 90s here And the air is kind of dry due to the hurricane. They say the heat index is in the high 90s. But I have to tell you, hot is hot.
Take care, my friend and let me know what is happening with your trip.
Yep, doing fine down here. When are you planning to get down this way? The summer temps are near now. Highs in the 90s and humidity the same. Thankd God for air conidtioning. Well, keep me posted and we'll try to get togither
I was down at Disney Downtown today (Sunday). I saw the General Lee parked over to the left of the west entrance. A person I talked to said you were not there at the moment, but you had a shirt on that said "Hazzard" or something like that. I figured it was for Hazzard County Kentucky, home of the General Lee in "The Dukes of Hazzard", But I had 5 teeth pulled on Friday and wasn't really feeling too super. I hung around for, really , about 5 minutes and booked back to my house. Really a nice car, Joe. Do you guys catch any grief up in New York driving it around up there? I sort of figure it must be like driving around Atlanta with a tribute to General Sherman. Anyway, sosrry I missed you. Although I would not have been much company. Have a safe trip back home.