The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Wirebustin433, Dec 29, 2021.
Came out a good looking truck your hard work paid off. And thanks for keeping "
Lead Work" going.
Goes to show ya, even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while.
Do us old eyes folks a favor and hit POST AS FULL IMAGE on your photos.
Lead work is one of the most difficult things I’ve ever tried. I certainly need more practice. Thank you.
Nice truck...good job!!
Keep doing the lead work. Gets easier each time. Do yourself a favour and wrap some sponge around the running board brackets. Your shins will thank you.
Thanks for the tip. I think I got it fixed.
Thank you very much.
Everything is low on these old things, I might be better off with the sponge around my shin. Haha.
They look good you worked it out fine.
Great looking pickup.....
Nice build, well done!
Those early Mopar p/u's are great looking, a lot of style.
sweet truck great job
What part of the country are you in? I have an unrestored daily driver '36 pickup and had another I traded off and gave a 3rd one in pieces to my son in law and sold some of the other parts.
Really nice work you do!
I am in the Los Angeles area. I have some spare parts that I was going to sell if you’re looking for anything.
My favorite year range of all time. I wanted one like yours, but am still happy to have a nice 46. Your attention to detail, skill and love for the truck show through in spades. That is one magnificent truck.
That is a great looking truck you have there as well. I was very close to doing that same exact color. Thank you.
Really nice looking truck & great work
Extra credit for using lead!
Love you truck, I have a 37 that is my daily driver and race truck. What parts do you have left over, as I am also working on a 38.
Nice looking truck, great job.
I still have another cab with both doors already body worked, a couple rough tailgates, a set of bumpers, a headlight set, and 4 steel wheels but I believe the wheels are for a later model.
That is some fantastic work! Really like the color scheme, and I'm impressed with how you repaired/restored the grille.
Thank you very much. There were many failed attempts on that grill repair, the drawing board got worn out. Haha
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