The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by J.B., Feb 15, 2005.
Wow, that looks great Tomas! Nice work!
Another cool one takin shape...great!!killer flow
He didn't have it for too long...he changes cars like I change underwear, I believe he is rodncustom on here. Its a sweet car
Lookin' good, DC!
here one we just finished the chop and side window frames
Here are a couple...
Hello just wanted to know where I could buy materials for my side windows
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hi have a 39 two door sedan chopped 5 front 6 back with rear window laid down.not good at net and sending pics b pillar is also laid forward.....tell u what send me address and will send pics of all good luck ron also have extra parts for sale dash grille radiator bumpers etc.
Sounds very much like this is your car.
Would love to see some better photos of it, if this is your car.
Cool looking sedan! I hope we start seeing more of these customized!
my favorite pic of the Kirkegaard Merc.
Mine long gone owned it in 96 sold it in 99
Wish you would post more pics of the window frame build, Im always amazed at the craftsmanship of this task!
Such beautiful body lines
I hope we DONT see alot more of these customized so when I want one i can get it cheap!!!
Really like this.
I know it has been said already but, WOW!
What an amazing car, its just spot on, perfect.
Can any one tell me what the exact colour is?
I'm a big fan of green and would like to paint something in this elegant shade one day.
Picture went away and so did the car .....
Here are some pics of my 1940 Mercury I picked up last year. Chop has been done by Kevan Sledge and Vic Jimenez. This is how it looked right after the chop. Now working on the body itself. Car was an old custom in the 50's 60's and then turned into a drag car in the 80's. Trying to undrag it and turn it back into what it should be
I am thinking about giving myself a '40 Merc four door convertible for my 76th birthday in two weeks. I looked for the Buddy Ohanesian/Westergard car in this thread, but did not find it. Can someone post it so I can roll some of its features back to the front of my addled brain?
You can find dozens of photos at Rik Hoving's Custom Archives. Check HERE:http://public.fotki.com/Rikster/11_.../bertillucci_custom_cars/bertolucci-ohanesia/
Thanks, 'Mo. I've sent some ideas off to Rik for a proposal.
The Ohanesian is a beautiful car. You could never go wrong with using that as an inspiration for a build
Another beautiful four door Merc convertible is Larry Sanford's, the last full build from Valley Customs.
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