The Jalopy Journal
Zug, Switzerland 1962
Zürich, Switzerland 1964
Shame on me, but I only found these 2 phone pics. The 3W model A coupe sitting next to Raphael's board tracker he also built a while ago....
Here are some shots from the paint booth.
Hello @Dannerr , sorry for the late reply. Yes the car has been painted in the meantime and it's basically finished. But I don't think Raphael...
John is a real hot rodder. With the talent for building, the eye for style, and the feel for tradition. And a super nice guy.
Stunning photography. Every shot is iconic.
Very tasteful, lots of beautiful details.
Fun fact: Until today I had only seen just one detail shot of the headlights somewhere and I was...
THIS movie and the second issue of Hot Rod De Luxe had a huge impact on my impressible 20+ years old self and fueled my transition from dedicated...
Great pictures and a beautiful shop, I've been following the build via social media. So inspiring, makes me wanna move to Texas!
I'd prefer two slight variations:
Custom: '65 Riviera
Hot Rod: '29 Roadster
Muscle Car: '66 Chevelle
Shop Truck: '66 C10
There will always be a place in my heart for a 65 Riviera. Recently they've been getting really hard to find for sale, seems like people who own...
Been at that intersection too. In both roles. Maybe except for the wifebeater.
This is the pair I'd like to own in my next life. At the moment, they're both in the hands of HAMB member J. B. as far as I know.
A few more:
Part 2, on the road
The ACES Poker Run »Alpine Edition« #2 was held in May already but as I've finally managed to edit a few shots I thought I'd share them with you...
Beautiful car and photos. Love the colors, the crispness, and the composition.
Beautiful, simply beautiful.
And I'm in love with that green roadster.
Great to see those outtakes. I love the rolling shots. One of my all-time favorite 49-50 Chevys, together with the Jesus Valencia Chevy.
Fun story, beautiful photos! Nathan and Louis indeed are the real deal.
Love it. Brutal and sophisticated at the same time.
And that evening light... it always makes me wanna drive an old car fast.
My favorite era is brillantly shown in the book The Birth Of Hot Rodding. That would be the late 1940s.
With my current build of a 28 roadster on...
Haha, great story! And beautiful photos. The best locations are always the ones that'll get you arrested.
Incredible talent, he does amazing work.
Geocities! I haven't read that name in a looong time.
Stoked for the build!
In our almost painfully sharp digital world, looking at those pictures feels like such a relief for the eye. Outstanding photos, and a gorgeous Merc.
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