The Jalopy Journal
Yes, 303 Rocket!
THANK YOU for your photography and for posting these. Real rods and customs again. Much appreciated!
Look up Tex Smith's "dollar a pound" roadster for a cool application of the OHC Pontiac
Nailed it! Good work!
Thanks for the detail in your build thread. The top looks oddly tall, doesn't it?
THANK YOU for taking the time to post these pix; what an array of treasure!
Here ya go...
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He has nailed the proportions - that's almost impossible to do on a '39/40 and improve on the factory coupe top. Could not be done better than this!
What a great thread! Just the right level of rehab, here. It's a beautiful thing.
(The bobbed option will sure fit this well).
Olds Rocket, Lincoln radiator, flex hose top and bottom, 1960. Nobody complained then, so...
Very nice! Liking your choices, there.
Damn but I'm glad I went with a Mor-Drop...
Gathering firewood for winter, hauling hay for the critters. 226 Super Hurricane mill and 5.38's will take it nearly [ATTACH] [ATTACH] anywhere...
Spotted in its natural habitat,,,
my guess is customized '46-'48 Lincoln Continental
Thanks for bringing the thread back up - a very nice job on the '38, don't see these done very often.
Ok, how 'bout some still pix then - like to see that Merc, and some of the interior, too. REAL nice 39.
looks good here
5/1/2016 Sad news from the Fred Stoke Ranch, the shop burned on Friday night along with a bunch of cars.
The Santa Rosa Press Democrat has...
You have SO nailed the proportions/style/attitude of this coupe! How 'bout a quarterly update? Lots o pix, please!
More photos, please!
I hope the thread keeps going - thought I just might cry when it ends...
(sold the avatar, long years ago,,,)
I like this:
455 Rocket - Kathy Mattea
a little newer, but a solid car song.
But, the hub is not quite the same -maybe some other British thing...
Yep, a color, with trim rings or the poverty caps, sanitary and not boring.
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