The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Salt Flats Speed Shop, Sep 30, 2011.
Awesome work on that buck. How did the panel come out? Great job so far!
I've been working more on the other projects on the shop. But once I get some more updates on this one I'll make sure to post them. Thanks
Real inspiring work you do, guys
this is great workmanship
If I can bash my rear guards (fenders) out 1/3rd as good I'll still be very happy
Looks good Chris, can't wait to see more.
Nice buck!! I have a '40 Chevy delivery with a similar door that needs a skin. It's a tough shape to work with.
Any progress these past 6 months? Looking forward to some more pics!
I also have a ply sedan delivery, a 36. its all custom...but I keep getting kicked off because its not "traditional".... nice work!!! too bad I cant share or the powers that be will shed a tear...
You are more than likely posting in the wrong section unless its a full on street rod with some big ass pro street tires or something of that nature. If so, yeah you are on the wrong forum
I'm an old high school buddy of the owner of this '37 Plymouth, have been watching this build and have noticed that it has stalled. What's going on with it? Any updates? I remember when he bought it from a farmer that was using it for a chicken coupe, wouldn't sell it for years until he finally relented. - Rick in Minden, NV
Sorry guys, I haven't posted on the hamb since I started posting on Instagram. I've been back on the Plymouth for a while now. Here is a link to my Instagram account to check up on updates.
Another excellent poster lost from the HAMB
This is a most outstanding build thread. I greatly admire your skill and am looking forward to the finished product!
To bad he switched to Instagram , I'm not on there and dont plan on going on . It was a good build while it lasted
That was a nice build, guess I can unsubscribe... I'm not on Instagram either.
hold tough ,there could be a change of heart
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