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thanks for the link, my Dad was based at Darwin, so I'll be looking at getting something from these blokes." Lest We Forget "
was just gonna suggest the same thing, just don't breath in too much of it
this question seems to come up often
yep 1930 or '31 Model A Ford
he better take it back then
well I know it'll fit, but you'll need coupe doors and there may be a difference in the door hinges, it's certainly been done before, so do lots...
yep, looks like a 1934 Graham-Paige
R.I.P. Fred Steele, a real character
here's the measurements for Model A RPU if it helps
Swifty is talking about the current series of magazines by Graham Smith.
These are devoted to the history of Hot Rodding in OZ, along the lines...
that's one way for sure
you mean as in it's a 29 instead of a 32?
thanks for posting those pix, the Willys coupe is great, is it still around?
have bookmarked the web site for future, had a quick look, lots there
" these boys aren't criminals, they're just showoffs "
great video, thanks for posting
amazing car, the doors hinge at the back, " suicide " style, very unusual for a
60's car I woulda thought.
that Model A is very nice, but so are your cars
I see several pics of Fred Steele's channeled '32 roadster, how is the old boy these days?
early custom me thinks
this one for sure
very nice, is there a word missing from your signature?
i get it
Fred Steel's T, he's since sold it, after owning it for many years, one of the best IMHO, steel body, original lights and tank, simple and...
yep, it's an Australian Falcon, got washed up there in the big flood
yep, best thing to do
excellent work on the body
votre anglais est bon
what the heck is going on here?
that's very clever with the dashboard mounted cable, you can be truly proud of
your Grandfather's ability
check that your w/s frame is square, it doesn't appear to have the glass
fitted yet, so when the glass is in it will pull the frame square.
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