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35-36 Fords

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dooley, Apr 26, 2006.

  1. Retroline
    Joined: Aug 20, 2002
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    Purchased from good friend Dad's 1932 a couple of years ago, doing bits a pieces when I get a chance.
     

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  2. lowlids
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    Chad, I really like your coupe, can't wait for mine to look this cool.
     
  3. Janne
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    Our theme booth (with Andreas Åberg)at Elmia 2015:
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  4. 36 Vick
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    from Kerman, Ca

  5. 36 Vick
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    PS. It's 35 from cowl back, with a 36 front end

    Guess that covers both years
     
  6. Uncle Bob
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    Pretty crafty pinch on those front rails. Looking forward to your finish metal work at grille bottom and back for under hood sides.
     
  7. ratrod0
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    I put a 35 vic together 5 years ago looked a lot like that cut 12" from the back window and bobbed the back of the body 12" also
     
  8. jim mchargue
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    Here's my little sweetheart...low mileage...no rust....and it ran when it was parked!
     

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  9. Jalopy Joker
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  10. Blackroad
    Joined: May 18, 2007
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    Just bought this one back, my dad and I built it about 22 years ago, dad sold it 14 years ago. I bought it back a week ago ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1431691542.223717.jpg ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1431691571.303903.jpg
     
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  11. Looks nice, I heard you'd done that.

    But I still want to see the phaeton finished properly!
     
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  12. 50Fraud
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    Very nice. Does it still look as good as in the pictures?
     
  13. threewindaguy
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    Bump....let's keep this one going.
     
  14. 36 Vick
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    I'll bump it...

    Looking for opinions.. Modifying the rear quarter. I know, one of the main reasons these cars don't go fenderless. Honestly, I'm not for "Bobbing" the rear of the car, it has to much of a slope. It's either this quasi fender fill, or take the body line and follow the radius of the tire, while wrapping the rear of the car around. Or, this lil fender option

    Did round the top of the door image.jpg image.jpg image.jpg
     
  15. Blackroad
    Joined: May 18, 2007
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    Sorry 50fraud, havn't, been on for a while. The photos of the 35 are the car now. Can't believe how good it still is, few little marks here and there but that just makes it more useable. X38, I started back on the phaeton last weekend. Also getting stuck into the sons model a roadster pickup. ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1434102087.077298.jpg ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1434102149.341705.jpg ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1434102168.617287.jpg
     
  16. tub1
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    great 35 flatback had one of those sold it after it fell on me! thought this thing is going to kill me sold it to a mate so I can still drive it when I want hope you enjoy yours
     
  17. 50Fraud
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    That is a challenge, but you're probably on the right track. I think that the cutaway lower edge behind the tire needs to be finessed a little.
     
  18. blown36
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    Mine has got some color, just the front clip and rear fenders left.
    [​IMG]
     
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  19. Dago 88
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    My '36 four door I had in the 70's, chopped 3" & 303 Rocket powered. O.jpg
     
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  20. 19353W
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    This is mine, in Finland DSCF2868.JPG
    1935 3W Finland
     
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  21. hdman6465
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    here is my contribution. upload_2015-9-24_12-29-30.jpeg
     
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  22. Cool. Any pics of the engine compartment?
     
  23. Fatrod
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    1. Gauges!

  24. mrquickwhip
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  25. 50Fraud
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  26. mrquickwhip
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    image.jpg image.jpg Here's my coupe and my cabrio projects. Shippers lost trunk lid for black coupe....so bought the primer coupe with roof damage so that I could get the trunk lid....it's being transported to shippers just now so won't arrive in Scotland until end of October
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  27. Dago 88
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    Sorry "Rusk" best I can do, Cheers. S.jpg H.jpg
     
  28. Nothing to be sorry about...those are great. Thanks!
     
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  29. CDOGV8
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    My two 36 Coupes one 289 powered & one Flathead. IMG_0296.JPG
     
  30. Janne
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