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Hot Rods A fine pair: '34 Sedan and '35 Delivery.

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jive-Bomber, Nov 17, 2009.

  1. Jive-Bomber
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  2. Uptown83
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  3. I want both! But if I had to choose, I think I'd take the delivery.
     
  4. I'd take the Deilvery over the Tudor anyday.

    My uncle had a '36 delivery when I was a little kid. I'd love to have one someday.

    JH
     
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  5. Rolleiflex
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    Very nice, really great looking cars.

    What's the story on the Yellowstone plate on the delivery? Is it original to the delivery? If so, I'm guessing that it was a park service vehicle in a past life?
     
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  6. Scrumpy
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    The leather waterbag hanging on the front of the delivery is perfect. Fits the theme of the ride and looks to be exactly what would have been. Keeps the water about 15 degrees cooler than the air.

    Scrump
     
  7. shooter54
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    nice. love the delivery.
     
  8. JeffreyJames
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    Love a '35 in any form!!! That thing is awesome!!!
     
  9. Dirk35
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    Nice pictures. Thanks for sharing.

    Just curious but why does the 34's rear bumper loook like that? Did he bend it himself to protect the spare tire? Think its an aftermarket one? I kinda like it but Ill never run a spare on my 34.
     
  10. truckncoupe
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    I like them both....very cool!
     
  11. autobilly
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    I know it's OT, but I'd also be interested in the rare cycle stuff. Anything interesting you could slip in Jay?
     
  12. eddie1
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    I will be in the minority & most likely blasted for this but I like the looks of a 34 Sedan more than a coupe.
     
  13. Jive-Bomber
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    The pics will flip our lid--- I'll make sure its not too OT to post and let you know...
     
  14. Zapato
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    always been crazy about commercial vehicles and that delivery is perfect as is.
     
  15. sololobo
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    Holy hotrod man, what a sensous pair. Thanx for sharing this cool ass tour. You da man!! ~Sololobo~
     
  16. warpigg
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    i'm also interested in seeing them.
    maybe over on jockey journal?
     
  17. Jive-Bomber
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    A few more of the on-topic vehicles; Just to tide you over:

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  18. CamSweet
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    I like the Delivery too... of course, I'm kind of partial...
     

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  19. cmyhtrod
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    If I had that garage and the cool stuff in it, my wife would forget what I looked like. Did anyone else catch that cool baby carriage or the Hodaka?

    Looks as though the bumper brackets on the '34 have been shortened some.
     

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