The Jalopy Journal
Unless you can find a Morris panel to cannibalize, maybe you could fabricate something similar using a roached-out VW Vanagon...
Nice job on the digital makeover (as usual, Moose) but I can't say I would go that direction with that car. Who asked me, though?
Not a mild custom.
Keep up the great work. I always enjoy seeing the progress.
Glad to see a fresh report on this gem. Keep 'em comin'!
THIS!!! All day long, this!
It's not a custom, but it's a nice street machine.
Is there some kind of dress code here that we haven't heard about? If not, let's keep our comments on track, please.
"The better the photo you provide, the better we can help you see the end result."
^^^ This...and a clearly worded description of the mods you're...
Not again!!! Please let us know where to find the new thread.
Sorry to see your work on this car come to an end, but I hope the new owner will continue updating us in this thread (or at least give us a link...
Thanks for the update!
What great reference material!
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] Found this tasteful little shoebox Ford on Facebook. I really like the subtle color choice.
I was wondering what the D-A sticker was on the car in the period photo. Some digital sleuthing resulted in this.
Thanks, Moose, for doing the rendering and for sharing it on the build thread!
Thanks for the update! It's looking fabulous...as if I had any doubts.
That paint is a dead-on match for the upholstery. Well done!
Awesome paint color choice!
Love the clutch technology! Thanks for sharing.
I just love that grille treatment!
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I'm not sure what to say about this one...
Did you mean "NOS" or "YOM"?
I really like the combination of pieces on the front end of this coupe!
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Bravo! I, for one, am glad you're having the original wheels restored. A great part of the story.
Looking good! Congratulations on the successful effort.
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