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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dooley, Apr 26, 2006.
Here is our new ride. Just got it last month.
Here is the motor in said cabriolet project...
Here is mine a rare 4 door slantback
It was my wife's and my project for about 16 years.
It's in another owner's possesion now. It was the prettiest street rod we ever owned.
Here are a couple of photos of my '35. This car was in the Mississippi flood of '93. It had a water line around the car at about the upper hubcap area. The running gear was trashed, but the body was O.K. Naturally that forced a running gear change, so I did a body off, and then put everything back the way it was. It's still an original paint car.
Wow Threewindow. I am grumbling about having to take mine apart this winter to correct some minor paint issues. I surely don't envy what you went through. It looks great. You have a neat piece of history.
Here is a progress update on my coupe from picture#480. Chopped top, louvered deck lid and hood side panels. 40 Dash comes next!
Here's mine, still plenty to do. Plans include HRB paint, Red smoothies with WWW, nerf bars.......
Man, I thought I was hooked on 33-34's. But after seeing these great 35-36 coupes, maybe it is time to expand my horizons!
I would love to have an original Mullins someday. A friend of mine has a couple stashed in his barn but I don't think he'll ever come off of them.
This was my '36 Roadster that I sold several years ago. It now lives in California.
Here is mine
Mine, when i started.
Sigh, more cars to lust after...what's PowerBall up to now?
Here is my 36 Touring Sedan....
I've had my 36 tudor slant back since 84. Want to put juice brakes on it eventually - moved on to other projects over the last few years. Mostly original in appearance. Need to get a pic to post up....
I'll share my two heaps,the 35 is 100% stock survivor that is staying just the way it is.The 36 is a little ways off before I start on it.My original intent was a 292 y block that I have out of my 57 wagon but that is a bit of a pain in the ass swap.I have some time before I have to decide,I'm sure I'll change my mind a few times,maybe I'll stuff a flatty back into it.
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Keep it going!!!!!!!!!!! Any updates on the projects?
Update, still building but getting there.
and a ute we just painted at the workshop.
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Now thats how to build one! Well done
wow both look really nice
Time for a bump for this one...
Wow it looks almost ready to drive Blackroad!
I repainted my doors and cowl this spring and fixed a door gap problem. It is good to have it back together and on the road.
Here's a photo from this past weekend at Torqufest. This is the B&B we stayed at...
bump...to the top!
nice any other shots?
Thanks for asking. I have really enjoyed building the car. Just starting a 53 Chevy Belair Convertible build.
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