The Jalopy Journal
Great looking, nice job!
I'm building a new one for the 90th! [ATTACH]
Looks great, how much was the final chop? The Zephyr dash is a very classy touch.
Some neat stuff there........
Thanks for posting Jnaki, I gotta make it out there someday.
I guess the writing is on the wall, too bad for all the lifetime subscribers and yearly subscribers that stepped up to support them. I think I got...
No I build the car in my home garage a few years before Lobecks came out, you can see pics in my media.
Ordered parts from Willys Replacement in Ca. and the arrived within two weeks. We as Canadian and Foreign subscribers have already paid extra up...
Great looking coupe!
Nice job, great looking car!
Thanks for the photos, some great cars!
Thanks for the photos, looks like a good time!
Yes, that,s my old three window I built about 6 years ago and left it stock height.
Great job Pat, it turned out really nice!
Man, I wish I could haul one home like that. Lucky guy!
Jeem Smith artwork, Henry's talents on the build and chassis. Looking forward to your progress, and thanks for the updates!
Should be one Bitchin'...
Cool, looks like a great start!
Godspeed Tom, the Surfer's interviews were a great insight into the era.
Thanks for the photos, lots of neat stuff!
Thanks for the photos, looks like a great event.
Great coverage, thanks Don.
Cool pictures, thanks!
Cool, very interesting project indeed!
X 2 , Boy you sure have some patience. Nice save!
Thanks Pete, some of us on here recognize your contribution to the sport/hobby and realize you know what you're talking about.
Nice to see Ken's 5 window. Looks great!
Good that you had a working extinguisher big enough to handle that, and put it out. Could have been way worse.
Great work, sorry to hear about your mishap. I'd leave the A/Gas off or at least try a decal. (My 2 cents)
You sure did a great job, building a nice Hot Rod out of some long forgotten coupes!
Sad news, Steve was a very talented guy. RIP.
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