The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by johnold1938, Dec 5, 2016.
One more thing,,,I wish it was in my garage.
I can't wait to see the transformation back to a flatty and 3 speed. You got lots of undoing ahead of ya.
DAMN Johnold, I was gonna jump in and say something snarky too!....party pooper....oh yea NICE CAR and damn good idea...
Cool idea. Restore it to original then give it to your grandson so he can turn it into a traditional hot rod.
If this thread survives, it may be time to conserve bandwidth and combine the HAMB with a stock restoration site.
This whole thread is a waste of time IMO. And a waste of a very nice 32 5 window that many guys would give their left nut for
The best part is that your grandson will probably sell it after you are long gone and buy a Honda
After that it will land in the hands of a more deserving hot rodder who will do it up right
Congrats! What are the plans?
What happened? Butch decide he wanted to go another way? Slug
Sounds like a car dealer to me not a hot rodder always thinking about the almighty dollar
This Butch is no car dealer. Hot Rodder thru and thru. Maybe he had already sold it before this guy got it. I may have the cars mixed up. I think his had black fenders
Pet hate calling original cars "Henry Ford Steel", "Henry Steel" why not just "Original Ford"?
Anyway that is a good solid looking 5w, congrats on the score and buying your dream car.
Really nice car regardless of what course you take. Enjoy it that's really all that matters. Keep us posted with your progress.
Agreed. Its like a girl I dated once that I met on line. She felt it necessary to advertise that she also had original 32's. D's in this case. Original equipment mind you, not dealer installed. I'm sure she felt it set her assets apart from the competition but personally, I have no issue with aftermarket goodies as long as they are traditional , taken out and driven and personally, no tattoos.
I like to see D's like these on 32's.
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