The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Flop, May 19, 2016.
Just as the title says
Nice material...Please, can (will) you give details on where and how the quarters attach to the sub frame?
My '27 is 'similar', but need details. Thanks.
Go, man! GO!
This is going to be good
but, on TV they do it in 1 hour
No big deal.. TV guys do it 1 hour with a deadline.
Tuned into this one ! Go flop.
1 hour, deadline and cheesy narrator. I'm in
Thanks guys ! Not a bad 2 days
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh boyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.This is going to be fun.I`m in.
Good luck.Have fun.Be safe.
You got mad skills but you have proved that more than a few times in the past,I am subscribed. HRP
What weld through primer do you use? I bought some rattle can stuff and sucked!
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Keep working at this pace Flop and you'll have my 32 roadster done 3 weeks from now!
Thanks guys . Not weld thru on here except under the back corner . I use upol .
If we can ever get you a frame Dave !
my mother was wrong.........i do want to grow up to be a flop.
I googled"upol" FLOP and saw a large line of products,...what product do you use for rust prevention when welding panels together?,,,great work as always and thanks for sharing !
I need some of that ferry dust to speed up my COE project . Nice work .
not really a Model A guy, but I'm in anyway to find out about the 3w in the background
I like your work, and I feel compelled to watch this!
It looks good, what is the plan to put under it?
Model A frame, Chevy SBC, six carbs, 4 speed, spring in front, juicy brakes and steelies?
Seems to be a testament as to the quality of Brookvilles parts. Looks good.
I am in......Pop Corn anyone?
I'm in, too. Sounds like fun.
I'd take one of them famous rum and cokes I hear make to wash down that pop corn. I love watching flops builds. Makes it look easy. I would like to see the riveting parts.
Thanks guys . The 3w is in the other thread Larry .
It's going on an A frame / flathead/ 35 wires .
. Drivers triangle done . 1 fighting door fitting the quarter well . Inner bracing done on the quarter. Making things fit between the quarter and door .
I use this as well, prefer it over SEM.
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