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1935 Ford Pickup - our new shop truck

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by houseofhotrods, Nov 14, 2011.

  1. houseofhotrods
    Joined: Mar 16, 2005
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    Slow but sure, and not so 'new' anymore - came back from paint in October or so, and have been diddling with it a little. Had a rear nerf on the wall for about 15 years, and finally got the front - so on the truck they went. Probably time for interior next (or not?) - and drive the snot outta it, which I did a little this weekend! :)

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  2. Harps
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    Oh damn, just fell in love. Chit!
     
  3. kweb1936
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    from salem il.

    very sexy ride!
     
  4. So awesome! Love it!!
     
  5. I love it. Would be a blast to cruise in.
     
  6. green34ford
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    from Dixie

    that's a nice looking truck as is. sorry for you loss
     
  7. Jeem
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    No way! That is gorgeous!
     
  8. Flat-Foot
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    from Locust NC

    Absolutely love it! a 35/36 truck is definitely on the bucket list. Yours is one of the best I've seen.
     
  9. treb11
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    outstanding! more photos please
     
  10. 1 KooL "MoFo"
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    Man she's looking great ! sweet ride !!!
     
  11. cball
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    Looks great, I love it...
     
  12. Deucefanny
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    from Australia

    Awesome pickup. Love. The stance. How did you get the front down so low? I'm building a 37 pickup and that's how I want mine to sit.Good work!
     
  13. 40FORDPU
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    Very nice..nailed it.
     
  14. houseofhotrods
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    It's all pretty traditional suspension wise, so just an old vintage stretched/dropped axle, and 5.60x15 front tires. Would be even lower with a little spring work, but drives and functions just right as is. :)
     
  15. woodbutcher
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    Sorry for your loss.I lost my parents about a year apart(93/94).Still missing them a bunch.Great looking truck.
    Good luck.Have fun.Be safe.
    Leo
     
  16. cody1958
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  17. Murch
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    Wow, that looks almost exactly how I invisioned how I would want to do my 35 if I ever get one, looks superb, enjoy!

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  18. deucetruck
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    I love old trucks and yours looks GREAT! The stance, the nerfs, the hubcaps - just perfect. Very cool.
     
  19. 30FordNerd
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    I'm in love with the chop on the pickup, kind a looks like the Winfield's 34 ford pickup shop truck.
     
  20. cball
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    truck looks great, very nice job.
     
  21. Barn Find
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  22. Boones
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    you bringing up to goodguys next week.
     
  23. houseofhotrods
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    Possibly Ken - doing my best to get some time off to get up there - just came back from a mission trip to Belize, so it's a bit sketchy. If I make it - we will have to connect! :)
     
  24. That is one sweet truck! Well done.
     
  25. falcongeorge
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    Just found my way back here, man, that is BEAUTIFUL! Sweet Jesus thats nice!!
     
  26. houseofhotrods
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    Thank you falcongeorge. Finally got back to working on it a month or so ago, too many projects! I had a bit of a dash fire last year, and needed to address a thing or two, and do some 'tweaks' here and there. Gathering all the parts to do the door windows and next is the interior - no need to hurry - ha!! I'll take a few pics next time I get it out, hasn't changed a bunch though.
     
  27. falcongeorge
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    I would LOVE to see more pics. I see you are in Oregon, are you by chance going to Munroe?
     
  28. houseofhotrods
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    Love that swap meet but probably no - I work a couple of different jobs and that and the kids keeps me pretty busy. The only time I get to Washington much is for Puyallup Goodguys - that's always a must do for me, one of the only show I hit this year other than the PDX swap :)
     
  29. Roothawg
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    So where did the Olds caps go? I need them……
     
  30. Roothawg
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    It wouldn't have been with the Nazarenes now would it?
     

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