The Jalopy Journal
saw these cars today at the south regestration:cool:
LOL, just saw my wagon in the earlied set of pics!
hope to see you this weekend
Looking forward to seeeing a few familiar faces
We will be there, mine is the "Blue and White" 59 Nomad....
Nice work on the headliner!
I plan to be there this year, my car will be the "blue and white 59 Nomad", as to not be confused with all of the others..
Sorry to hear that happened to you, too bad they didn't just give you "just this one time" and let you in.
Welcome on board.
Wow, even more impressive after seeing this! Well done.
And it looks like you do very well with what you have available!
It looks like the seams where the red was shot were open and covered as you did the rest? is that how you did it?
thanks in advance
We are on the same page and look at each car and build as a learning experience, kind of like shop classes back in high school. To each his own...
[ATTACH] Yes we did, even with light snow flurries that never amounted to much, Saturday and Sunday tripsfor a total of ~75 miles. Glad to have...
Good reminder for all.
Generally follow safety rules, and have suffered the consequences of not doing that a few times in the past year.
looking forward to the 3K build!
Great build, sorry we missed the last 8 years.
Can't imagine what the "2%" that is still to go is.
Just saw this thread for the first time. my 59 Nomad has a mixture of parts done from scratch and "Kits" where the seat covers were sewn and the...
when building my wagon impala parts were used with repetitively minor modifications.
many parts will need to used, Carl Keefer is a good source ....
I'm with you on the gaps if original look is what you like.
Plan to go that way with my slightly off topic build. :cool:
Good save, not much risk in giving it a go.
Focus on one at a time, let the others sit unless it is a driver that needs a repair to stay on the road.
This usually works.
Mine tightened up a bit when it sat out in the summer sun, if you can wait too see..
Thanks for the update Gizmo Joe.
Steve's work has inspired many of us to "go for it" on our projects and do all we can with limited resources,...
I'm into year 4 of a gas tank replacement.. plus a whole lot of Might as well fix this too.
Car is in bare metal, lots of new or reworked parts....
Thanks, do you know what the the stuff you used s called?
Tried to find it but, what did you use on the floor under the carpeting for insulation/sound deading?
Seems that is how if goes, i into year 4 of what started as a gas tank replacement on a OT convert. the plan was to wait until retirement to start...
Welcome to the HAMB, nice truck.
To answer the question, yes, living in MN you need a winter project
Starting on year 4 of my newer OT (71 Convert) car "winter project"
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