The Jalopy Journal
"For this week's custom, we have a first. This is the first feature car that was owned by a gal!"
@OG lil E Don't forget W.E.H.T. #70.... Rita...
That '56 Sport Sedan is so cool.
Jeff's is actually red basecoat with semi-gloss clear.
When I think orange customs, Dick Crouthers' Mercury is always what comes to mind.
Here in southern Kansas we are currently having another round today. I think I could go the rest of my life without any more rain!
I agree. They look okay, but the chrome reverse wheels really seal the deal on this car.
The PBR roadster is a "go-cart".... That photo isn't old, you can see the late models at the far right.
The building in the background appears to...
I could be wrong but I think that is a computer rendering....
@Ryan You home yet?
Hopefully you don't have to deal with these storms.
George McDowell (carnut) passed away in August.
I don't know what will become of the website....
I am guessing it was referring to your avatar photo....
Well the front fenders certainly interchange. Interesting that someone would put '52 fenders on a '53, usually it would be the other way around....
Beautiful shot! The lighting/cloud cover in this one is perfect.
We partnered in the Ranchero, it belongs to both Jeff and me.
Something to ride to...
Is this a 1953?
The front fenders are definitely '52. That was the only year of that body style with the large round turn signals.
Very cool! Reminds me of the Nylint roadster pick-up....
1966 Riviera ;) (different bodystyle)
Such a tease!
Looks like you lost that one. :cool:
@Kustom7777 did that rendering in PhotoShop of his project "Telstar"....
@Dukeofbluz asked about the decals in 2009 but I didn't see an answer....
It is Project X.
Herman Caudle of Oklahoma
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