The Jalopy Journal
Norm, what brand and size radials are they. They are the most bias looking radial I've ever seen.
Any plans for pin striping? Tough call to make, it looks damn near perfect the way it sits.
That maroon coupe is stunning.
Restoring it will be well worth the time, effort and expense.
Thank you for sharing the history and pictures of a true traditional hot rod.
I much prefer the 2nd photo. The angle is better as it reveals the magneto more and the exposure gives us a hint of the 5 window coupe in the...
Here's mine; 3 inch chop, 4 inch channel[ATTACH]
Are you going to box the frame rails?
When I was about 11 years old I saw a 1959 or 1960 Corvette. Before then, cars were just an appliance, something that got you from here to there....
This car most likely inspired the 2013 and 2012 A.M.B.R. winners.
Love the hubcaps. What are they?
Thanks for these pictures. They are a treasure trove for anyone building a truly traditional hot rod.
I met Larry when he was hired by Hendrick Motorsports to do the graphics on Tim Richman's Folger's sponsered NASCAR racecar. I told him how much...
In addition to what has been said, the party at the Austin Speed Shop is a must do. And the scene on Congress is a must to avoid unless one of...
Love the grille on the roadster.
Looks very tradtional. Is that you driving?
Great stance. Looks like you mignt have to chop an inch or two out of the grille.
I want to get there before it gets too big. Events like this lose their luster when the attendence gets in the stratosphere.
Where did you source the engine turned sheets from?
The tail light lenses may be "Corvette". GM used the same ones on every Corvette from 1961-1967 and I wouldn't put it past them to use leftovers...
I think they look great in that color. I'd just hit them with a satin clear to preserve them, but, it's your ride.
Subscribed! I've driven my '34 coupe (which Jack and Drew worked on) down to the Lone Star Roundup twice from Cincinnati. It's a fun ride....
Your interior is simple and simply perfect. You have the ability to know when to push it and know when to leave it alone. One suggestion; turn...
Good to know. Thanks for sharing
Love the Father Son pictures. Way to go!
Does that Moto Meter work and does it hook up just like a vacuum guage? You can contact me at L8117J@AOL.COM
The car was destroyd?! I'm pretty sure I saw it in June at the Peterson Museum in Los Angeles. Perhaps it was a recreation.
I love the mention of Frank Pedregon in that old ad. I wonder if he's Cruz's father.
"Built in their own shop for under $3,000" WOW!!!
Would you consider making a pair of those wheel well inserts for me?
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