The Jalopy Journal
Nice looking work. Looks like a full summer worth!
I have been impressed with your skills for years! Figured it was about time to post some of my admiration. Keep up the progress and pictures....
^^^^^ Me too
Fantastic job on your stitch work, best in getting into the 12's
I have been following this also. I want too add bear claw latches to my 29 AA. Keep up the good work and keep us updated
^^^^^^thanks for the link Paul!!!
Thanks for the update!! They released most folks here in Idaho. Still have social distancing and stuff however. It was cold today and snowed for...
Hard to see, however I cut and turned F1 shock mount per the Tardel/Bishop book, took model A headlight bar to go across top....
Looking real Good!!
I like it!!!
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OFT was low to ground (7" at running board) before built to haul larger 5th wheel. First picture shows air ride bag's...
Do you have picture of fuse panel itself? Maybe someone will recognize it. Red and yellow are colors used for constant B+ (battery or "hot" all...
^^^^^^ Add me to the group admiring your metal working skills!! Woodwork also!
Excellent job by your exhaust guy! Clean bends to clear steering shaft and oil filter.
Really like how you mounted your front shock brackets Paul..!
So sorry to hear of your loss Marty. You and your family are in my prayers.
Sad to hear of your dad's passing John Coopy. You and your family are in my prayers .
Looking like I remember seeing them in so-cal when I was there in mid 60's.!! thanks for your build to jog the memory bank!
If I was miles and miles closer (currently in Idaho), I'd be interested!!
I like what your doing! Going to be a killer hot rod before long!!
Nice!! I've only had the oft for about 50 years. It is my daily driver.
I like your color choice and agree with your observation on hard to match rest of truck to color on seat riser.
Looks like your boxing in the side rails of frame. What are the black mark outs for, body mount bolts access?
I'm still following also!! Nice work, keep at it and you'll be driving your first hot rod before long!
Nice looking visor brackets you built!
Really like how your project is moving along. Nice idea's using both T and A parts!
Really looks good!!
Here ya go, I use them in the OFT more as interior light for putting key in. Use toggle switches in counsel. Ya know it's a old build with...
I use those lights in overhead console as your thinking. Will try taking picture latter this afternoon.
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