The Jalopy Journal
Take that Ralphie! [ATTACH]
Thanks for re-posting my original art from 2008, Al G.
Would have even been nicer if you'd actually left my name on it![ATTACH]
The Golden Submarine done in the "parallel universe" style.[ATTACH]
One more from the parallel universe.
The Marmon Wasp futurized.[ATTACH]
Lots of great art this week! Special thanks to "Animal" for your kind comment.
An inspiring story brings an old roadster into the future.
Citroën arrived at the Montlhéry race track in 1933 with a special 8CV. It was called...
1932 Ford Bubble Kustom.
An 8/10 scale, fiberglass Deuce roadster body, an EcoTech V6 in the rear, big wheels and kustom paint.
Bring back the...
"What might have been" the STP Indy Turbine car. (Silent Sam)
A 79¢ part derailed a win four laps from the end of the race.[ATTACH]
The dry lakes in a dream.[ATTACH]
A Deora style custom with a '76 Pacer rear end turned around
to become the cab and '61 Olds rear quarters.
If you're going to go "off-topic"... go "off-planet".
Ferrari pod racers.[ATTACH]
An update on Roth's Megacycle
A 1957 Buick from another world.[ATTACH]
A 1948 Chevrolet Fleetline Aero as a road racer.[ATTACH]
A Rodder's Credo[ATTACH]
Bobtailed '32 five window[ATTACH]
"Bubblicious"... whose body is based on two 1965 Chevrolet pickup bodies,
joined front to rear and slightly narrowed.[ATTACH]
Aero Coupé based on Zephyr styling[ATTACH]
Thanks man. That's very appreciated!
I did this a while back and thought I'd put it on the trailer. Thanks for asking.[ATTACH]
A custom tow vehicle based on a 1952 Chevrolet pickup.[ATTACH]
Hot Rod Evolution #2[ATTACH]
A different kind of bubble custom.
Somebody told me to call it "The Jarhead". I loved it.[ATTACH]
Not to be confused with "The California Kid".[ATTACH]
Just the thing for getting through the frozen tundra.
Should old acquaintance be forgot,
and never brought to mind?... I think not.
Happy 2018 to you all... my fellow artists and our great patrons of...
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