The Jalopy Journal
Haha i think you're due a new build thread yourself??
Not much of a picture for an update, but xmlc216x helped me take 6" out of a cheap 32...
Interesting he got rid of the generator and changed master cylinders. So cool to see the color picture thanks for posting that.
Always loved that one its so cool. Heres an earlier rod and custom feature, i cant remember the year though.
Wow that thing looks cool next to a 32. So close, gonna be awesome!
How about an update on this thread now that it makes motor noises! Ha
Thats a great roadster makes sense he would go on to bigger and better. How cool he still has it!
Is anyone else having as much fun as me sorting through the peterson digital photo archives? Am i late to the party finding them? So awesome that...
Found a couple more pictures in the peterson archives. So cool
A deuce coupe, a panhead, and a custom? Wow got all the bases covered coupe looks killer
[ATTACH] Very minor update i needed to see some progress so put a mockup motor in. Ive gotten a lot of miles out of this motor to have never heard...
Crazy a kid on the soccer bleachers introduces a deeper fascination with car mags and now you write for one. Neat story. My first mag was popular...
Memorial day bump for this thread because it blows my mind guys thought to cut the floors out of their hot rods to lower them back in the day. Go...
That roadster is so awesome. How about that 2 tone green dash in a maroon car? Wild
Looks like a solid motor glad you’re updating the thread. Hey what’s your Instagram I want to see the finished coupe ha
It's tough making progress with a toddler around. Looks like some nice parts there, good luck keeping your grandpa's old car heritage going
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Haha I agree guitarguy I can't complain. I'll check out your thread too, t's are neat whatever the era.
Just curious where did you get the webbing and foam? Looks great
Haha famous. You need to change your location to your new hipster town.
This has been and will probably continue to be a slow project, but i wanted to post it to keep a record of progress. The hamb is so great for...
LaSalle trans is going to look and feel just right good for you fighting through the challenges! Coupe looks awesome
What a great thread here's some from 09-10 maybe?
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What a funky t, whitewall front tires and knobby rears. Business up front party in the rear?
Primer and Americans on a chopped channeled coupe, what a tough profile. Great inspiring home built work too
Ma to Indy looks like 950 miles, in that crazy little car, in 1962. That rules!
Wow so cool to see the sheet metal go back to make it a real coupe again. Love what you've done keeping that cars history alive but cleaning it...
Wow great pictures. The chicken bone tire smoke wheelie is killer!
Such a neat little car. That picture from overhead looking down on it on the last page is so cool. Bet it's more comfortable with the new steering...
So many different ways to build a model t great observation there. Long live the tiny early Fords!
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