The Jalopy Journal
I want to make sure credit is given where credit is due. All I did was the chop, channel and a little bit of metal work here and there. Dave Potts...
Here a couple shots of the car from Detroit. The last one is the owner Joe DeBord. He was speechless.
I was just sent some photos of the car nearly finished. Wow is all I can say! It is debuting at the Detroit Autorama this weekend. If you are...
I have seen them in person. Wow! I have been lucky enough to be inside that shop a couple times and have left completely speechless and in awe...
I thought you guys might like to see how the car is coming along. The car made it's public debut this past weekend at Cincinnati's Cavalcade of...
I do not remember what they were. They were standard off the shelf rims, no special offset.
Here is a shot of the chop all finished and steel top in place. I didn't want to flood this page with pics, but you can look at my facebook page...
You got it. Several rounds of tacks, letting it cool in between each round. Thanks!
I do all my sheet metal work with a MIG welder
Nothing really special here, but I thought I would share this. I cleaned, sealed and painted the chassis.
1932 Hupmobile and was built by...
Driver's side upper hinge had pulled away from the a-pillar. Door didn't fit worth a crap
Had some rot in the drivers side cowl panel. Cut out the bad
Removed the gas filler
Filled and metal finished
I am working on a 1929 A pick up right now. Rust repair, straighten cab out and will get a 3" chop.
Thank you Shane!
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