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The Wedgewood Special

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jive-Bomber, Jan 12, 2010.

  1. Jive-Bomber
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  2. Dreddybear
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    Pure and simple-pure and simple.
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    that looks like fun. wonder if the radiator emblem came from an old stove??
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    Man, I bet that was so fun to build.
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  5. JeffreyJames
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    Very cool. Love the front axle and the shape of the body. I am sure that thing is a blast to drive!
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    Very nice and I bet it is a blast to drive.
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    I'm in love...

    Love to hear more see more, any chance???
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    Totally dig it!
  9. stude_trucks
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    Damn, that is a cool car! Very nice.

    But dug it out of where? That garage looks a bit full. Too nice to be leaving outside.
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    Love it! Reminds me of cruisin the side streets in my buddy`s 2 cyl. Reo. Doing 35 but it feels like 80.
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    THUNDERBOLT!

    really neat.
    - Joe
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    Lets see the Lambretta... Love the old scooters. Thanks
    Jack
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    great car. it is a copy of a very old speedster featured in the fast ford hand book. he has a ruxstel and a warford if memory serves. also running a 3:1 r/p.

    The head is a Neal Jearn chevy conversion.

    as a few can attest 80 mph on 30x 3 1/2's is a hell of a lot of fun.
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    Very nice.
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    awesome car.... im sure it was a blast to ride in!!!
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    I think you would get a Wedgewood if that was in your drive:rolleyes: .Thanks for sharing
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    That's a fantastic speedster- great proprtions on the body, just enough on the dash, and it sits great on those 30's. VERY well-built!

    Man, I need to get off my duff (and find the 25th hour in the day) and get going on mine- thanks for the inspiration Jive-Bomber!
  20. Weaverville Studios
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    Woweeee that looks like fun!!
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    My kids are all drooling too.
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    I've seen this car in person and it is a beuty. Real nice attention to detail and an assembly of nice parts. Runs pretty well too.

    Andy
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    HA! That's fun to see again Jay!
  24. SamIyam
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    Is the Wedgewood emblem off of a Wedgewood stove?

    That's the first thing to come to mind when I hear Wedgewood.

    Sam

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