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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by realsteel, Jan 14, 2015.
Thinking outside the square,
Real hot rodding.
No belly buttons here.
I've posted pics of the 3 window, which I absolutely love, then I saw the roadster last weekend, after talking to the owner and mentioning the '34 Stude he said that was his Dad's. I would love to see these two together, they are amazing!
011715 Monarch Bay Plaza 004 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
011715 Monarch Bay Plaza 005 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
011715 Monarch Bay Plaza 006 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
011715 Monarch Bay Plaza 075 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
011715 Monarch Bay Plaza 077 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
011715 Monarch Bay Plaza 078 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
011715 Monarch Bay Plaza 079 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
011715 Monarch Bay Plaza 080 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
011715 Monarch Bay Plaza 096 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
Here's the 3 window...
012314 GNRS 268 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
012314 GNRS 267 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
092114 Talega Car Show 002 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
092114 Talega Car Show 001 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
Those "double dip" Ford I-beam axles you have on the cars are a cool idea. I have never seen anyone do that before. It fits the "off brand" theme perfectly. I wish I could see the cars in person because I bet there are tons of other little details you've done.
Awesome! Both cars look sick!
Looking at the first pictures, I would have sworn that the roadster was black. With the new pictures that is an awesome color your sporting on that ride................. Jeff
Your story, and your cars, remind me my. '36 Ford ( the avatar photo). You've proven it's more about imagination and vision than money and the "right " parts. Beautiful job with both, it was a pleasure to read the history, and even more seeing the finished cars. Thanks for showing us what H
Relix Riot '09045 by flynbrian48 posted Oct 17, 2009 at 10:10 AM
ot Rodding is about!
Amazing. They look fantastic!
Great cars - glad I got to see and photograph both of them.
I will post one of the the roadster by itself from this year's GNRS once I have finished it.
Totally Cool , Great Job, I love these Builds!
Love the grille on the roadster.
Great job on both cars!
I'm currently working on putting a 4-71 blower on the '32 studebaker http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/...-nailhead-1932-studebaker-"cabriolet".979288/ or search
471 blower 1932 studebaker
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I like that they are FINISHED cars! That makes them all the more special. SO many guys start projects like this, then just leave them in a half-finished, or worse state then all that work seems to just get lost. It just becomes the RR Frankenstein many were expecting to see if they even stopped and opened this post.
Very impressed with the craftsmanship and outside-the-box thinking - wow! Would like to see more pics of the buildups, but the end results are just amazing. Great job!
yup, sumpin frum nuthin !
The rear view of both cars is THE BEST. Ya done good.
damn man. nice work!!
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Are those Lincoln axles? Are they narrowed at all?
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