The Jalopy Journal
OK, this is a very old thread, but has anyone got a link to the film of their manufacture mentioned by Digger Dave? That's assuming it's out there...
Doesn't sound very waterproof to me? Maybe not an issue where you are, but it would be over here.
Hadn't thought of that - I bought one on 24th March, although its own birthday (date of first registration) is 1st September 1932.
Not totally sold on the front fender 'flares', but that rear view - wow!
Definitely the best looking of the Edsels. Is that two-door wagon the 6-passenger model?
Cool little car, but I can't help thinking it should have had '40 steels rather than wires.
Great looking coupe, Joey. Five-windows are the perfect '32 body style - for now Model A's are more in my budget, but one day . . .
Nice car. Nice bodywork and nice interior. Shame that the powers-that-be in Europe are intent on outlawing modifying of old cars . . .
That looks pretty nice and all the front chrome seems to work together, although the lower side spear and/or the skirts need a re-think.
No, I'm pretty sure that car is in Europe now?
Well, I like the Packard grille, and nice to see someone molded the headlamp bezels. Other than the afore-mentioned chrome smoothies, if I had to...
Great job, Jimmy. I'd wondered why the change to B&W part-way through - I couldn't believe someone had gone to that much effort and apparently...
I love 'em, particularly the '56. I guess I'll join in with Rolleiflex and ask "Are they still around?"
Thanks for taking the time to document your build, Inline. You're doing a great job on the A and the trans adapter.
Nomad, no question about it. I'm afraid that fastback looks more like a Triumph GT6 than an Aston Martin, especially in profile, although that red...
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