The Jalopy Journal
I am looking for Russetta '47 & '48 speeds. Any chance that you can send a scan through PM or post here?
Thanks in advance. Ralf
That's a very cool shop Ben. Spread the gospel of traditional hot rods and customs and Melbourne coffee to hoodlums world wide. All the very best...
And some HAMBers have web sites using cool paintings like Tmi Aulis in Finland www.auliz.fi
I just had the same experience. A guy called Chris Berne email@example.com offered me a 1937 Lincoln Zephyr steering wheel, which I am looking...
Definitely one of the best hot rod books I ever bought. The stories, the photos, the art ... Just amazing and a must have for every serious hot...
Original Ford spare wheel lock with key. Came off a 1934 V8 flathead running car with a wire wheel. One original key with working lock, stainless...
Very nice original 1934 Ford front wishbone for V8 flathead hot rod or restauration project. Un-split with straight arms and very good spring...
All new Kiwi Quick Change from Derek Thomason, Nelson, New Zealand for Ford Model A rear end. It has never been installed. Centre is 3" 1/2" wide....
TTT $1,000 shipped anywhere in the world
Price drop - USD1,000 shipped anywhere in the world.
Classic Series electronic six-gauge set with standard stainless radial bezels, curved glass...
Very nice write up Ryan, as always. Where ever GNRS and/or AMBR will go, I hope you remain a maverick and remember, 'old guys rule'
Very nice motor and the photos are top class too, as always.
Just the mustard paint is not my style but taste is like belly buttons.
Nice job with an eye for the detail. Where did you get the firewall insulation from? Is it worth to have it?
Roadsters should have fender exemption by default, to leave it up to the owner's constantly changing taste. On, off, on again, ... ;) At the...
Wow, amazing. Really like your workshop, tidy, clean and most importantly apparently used frequently and not just a show room. The home of a...
Very nice. Do I see smoke on the right exhaust? Probably from welding?
Very nice story and an even better car. Congrats, mission accomplished.
Excellent paint job Darryl. I would say already as good as your own car and AMBR winner in 2015 :cool:
Yes, a very nice car and definitely not average.
Clean and tidy, like all the things you've built. Anything else would have been a big surprise ;)
Awesome. I really like your craftsmanship and the quality of your work. That's how a traditional roadster should look.
There is a step-by-step description here on http://www.hotrod.com/articles/1009sr-patina-paint-job/ from September 2010 where the Rolling Bones...
Very nice built, congrats. Have you decided on the colour yet? And will you have a top for it?
You definitely deserve the highest credit for this car.
Very nice car, however I'm sure magic Keith will make it even look and run better.
Very nice. almost looks like a survivor most of us would like to find in neighbours' barn. Never give up dreaming about something you can't stop...
Great pics and comments, thanks for posting. You Scandinavians know how to do it right ;)
Thanks again for your lesson. I really enjoy "looking over your shoulder". Amazing workmanship with an eye for detail. You already must have spent...
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