The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Bass, Jun 18, 2015.
Cool...........see you on the hill..
Great story. Amazing hot rod.
Good stuff. I love the color and I love the fact that you will be going full fendered eventually. Love the look of a down on the ground full fendered deuce roadster.
Bitchin' roadster, looks like fun.
What Larry said.......
Are those the running boards you got from me a while ago? Car came out bad ass.
That is a beautiful car as it is!
Seriously making me rethink my hatred of red cars too....
Very nice as always, although you make me feel lazy.
The car looks amazing Brian!!! I'm so glad you got the car and have accomplished so much in such a short time.
It was great seeing yours and Angie's excitement about the car at the Roundup!!! It is even more amazing in person. Please enjoy many years of fun driving that car and be proud of the job you've done with it.
Maybe l'll get a ride in it at some point??
"Bass Built" is a term that is synonymous with quality and style. You accomplished both in this build. Enjoy the ride and make it a "Keeper".
Great roadster. Glad to see you're still out there and still having fun.
Yes the gauges are a little obnoxious! But there's nothing wrong with that. It's those kind of touches that make a car uniquely yours. And it beats the hell out of displaying them behind a glass case.
Seriously, that car is awesome. Can't wait to see more. Maybe you could give us some Willys updates too?
Fantastic! Aced it.
I love everything about it!
Happy belated birthday...................................and one hell of a present you've given yourself. You've got a great understanding of what makes a hot rod. I saw one of your pictures and it looked so vintage; not just the vibe of the car, but the setting. I couldn't resist a bit of an edit.................
That car is gorgeous. Just awesome. Cant wait to spend about an hour checking it out at TROG!!
You sir are quite a craftsman and a damn good story teller.
Oh another red 32...
You hit the proverbial nail on the head, great thread , and i'm partial to red '32's the whole combo just pops.
I prefer hiboys, but am super curious to see it fully fendered too.
Happy birthday , and what a present to yourself.
Brian @Bass -
Your Deuce Roadster is bitchin' !!!
As you know, many of us have been following the progress of your #DeuceRoadster project via Facebook & Instagram ... and although those posts were nice to view (and easy for you to share), this thread is so much more comprehensive and informative.
I guess what I'm trying to say (from my mother's basement ) is thanks for taking the time to share this "build thread" here on the H.A.M.B. ... It's much appreciated!
I look forward to future HAMB posts of its build progress ... as well as its participation in the Hill Climb & TROG events.
Fabulous car and write-up....Glad you lost the gold stripes.Takes some work to make a red deuce roadster stand out from the crowd....I've admired every car you've built , excellent eye for "right".
Great Thread and 32!
What are the tire sizes? It sits just right.
Amazing what you can achieve with a bunch of hard work! Love the car! Dash is too cool among other things.
Came out awesome...and thanks for taking the time to document the build and post this thread up....
Wow what a cool color ! You do some nice builds . Roger
Looks great as always Brian!
Great job! You make it look so easy in such a short period of time. Amazing what you can get done when you know what you are doing and have thought through the whole plan. Love it!!
Looks great. True talent.
Love the build.
You done it one more time.......Very cool looking deuce that would be hard to date it's build. You have a great eye.....
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