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Have the run on the Tweed Coast, it is better than the Gold Coast!! :D:D
Was a fun event with great people and some of the best traditional rods in the country. Disappointed I had to limp home with fuel issues (later...
Spurgin/Giovanine '25 Chev roadster[ATTACH]
& a very close second Don Waite's T. I would love to build a street version of this...
@Marty Strode do you know what brand of slicks were available for track roadsters in the 40s/50s?
Rears look like 15" reverse Mercury or Lincoln wheels. Fronts look to be normal 16 Ford wheels
Saw that blue car @ GNRS in 2018, that isn't James Hetfield's.
A few more angles, I agree the top of the windscreen angles in too far. The rear...
As you said it is a '36.
For those that piss and moan about collections like this, think of it this way, if the person (in this case Larry) had...
Wow!!! Amazing shots! Thank you @Jim Hassad for sharing & @HEMI32 for posting.
This is turning out great! The lines are elegant and flowing. Door Button looks better at the front.
More Petersen photos, shows good detail of front chassis rails.
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Great car, so you are the new owner?
Watched all the videos, well done on a great build. Congrats on the cover and feature in "The Rodder's Journal" very well deserved.
Pics I took...
A couple from my collection. Second pic is from the 1956 National Roadster Show in Oakland. Other pic is earlier, I believe an early Indy show,...
Hey @Stogy I haven't actually driven it in over a month, had 3 weeks of rain, so... anyway have a couple minor things to do before I go for a...
Thank you! and as Joey said the article he wrote is in issue 81
G'day Joey, thanks again for the great article and privilege of being featured in...
After some cross referencing I did a google search and found contact details I believe is right, I won't post them on public forum.
I highly doubt the nose and hood have anything to do with Kurtis. It was common to call track-noses in that time Kurtis front, grille, nose. In...
I have messed with these to give some idea of colour combos.
Congrats @swifty! Well deserved award, Legend!!!
The way the frame sit outside the body and engine compartment is the same. Also you may want to see if there is a hairpin mount on the body in...
You can barely fit a V8 under an early T cowl, narrow it and you would have some big arse blisters. At this stage with more details matching to...
Fark!! Looks like you struck gold, if those things match up there is a very high probability this is the Larry Neves T. This is something I saved...
The Harold Ohanesian is my favourite custom ever, that roof, wow!
ERN HAREWOOD....1932 FORD....LITTLE SPORT
This shot is 2-3 years later than the cover.
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@Ryan here is a couple from '49 with a zoom in on the Fisk truck. If you want I can scan this at a higher res.
This is the ex-Spurgin/Giovanine '25 Chev roadster. Carl Borgh was running this with a rear mounted GMC 6, car was known as the "Mothersills...
Great news this roadster is being returned to the early 50s version.
Here is a shot from 1952 Bonneville.
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