Register now to get rid of these ads!
  1. NEW JALOPY JOURNAL & H.A.M.B. MERCH!
    Hey fellas, we've just re-stocked the store with a couple of great new t-shirts, an incredible jersey, and just about the best damned ball cap ever made. Put it all in your wardrobe and you'll be the sharpest dressed man in the pits - that's a promise!

    Anyway, to check it all out just CLICK HERE!

    (To get rid of this notification, just click the little grey 'x' located in the top right hand corner of this notification box.)
Fenders
Last Activity:
Dec 21, 2014 at 11:53 AM
Joined:
Sep 8, 2007
Posts:
3,916
Likes Received:
6
Trophy Points:
38
Location:
2,800 miles from Bisbee
Occupation:
retired, but just as busy.

Share This Page

Fenders

Member, from 2,800 miles from Bisbee

Fenders was last seen:
Dec 21, 2014 at 11:53 AM
  • Loading...
  • Loading...
  • About

    Location:
    2,800 miles from Bisbee
    Occupation:
    retired, but just as busy.
    I've had many stock 1930s antique cars over the years but the only car now is a 1931 Ford full-fendered coupe hot rod ... On the road June 2011, still got a little work to do on it but I'm too busy driving it.
    Maynard Area Auto Club (Mass.) ... charter member, retired 2012
    Always been interested since my father got a new 1957 Pontiac when I was in High School. My first car (in 1958) was a 1949 Ford convert. First old car was a 1931 Ford pick-up purchased from the original owner in 1962 for $75, drove it home. Have had many old 1930s cars since then (plus a 1954 Jaguar XK-120). First real project was a 1931 Ford coupe in the 1980s, a fenderless rod which I built from the frame (2X4 tube) up. Then came a 1951 Merc that I dropped a 350 Chev with AT into (used the original Mercomatic column shifter; this was actually an easy swap), drove it cross country to Arizona pulling a travel trailer in 1991. Got back into the hobby a few years ago and built a full fendered 1930 Ford coupe rod which I have now.
    Currently collecting parts for my next build, have the DeSoto hemi, '30 coupe body....

    Signature

    .
    It don't squeak? It don't rattle?
    Must be a street rod..... :)
  • Loading...
Register now to get rid of these ads!

Archive

Copyright © 1995-2013 The Jalopy Journal: Steal our stuff, we'll kick your teeth in. Terms of Service. Privacy Policy.

Atomic Industry
Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2014 XenForo Ltd.