The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by orula, Mar 8, 2011.
One word comes, immediately, to mind; SUPERB!!!!
Frank, great interior pics, very nice. Goes with everything else you've done, super...Jim
Amazing! Nice work sir!
Frank that looks great! Continuing to amaze! What is that wheel out of?
Yeah, I've followed this Thread All The Way, can't
say anything that has'nt been repeated over and over........all I can do is UNDERLINE all the comments. BUETIFUL !
(Is it safe to say, that Steel Rubber Seal did the
TRICK on the glass insallation ???)
Thanks for the Superb Step by Step and Great
I installed a gasket Counterparts because with Rubber Steel I did not feel well.
However, I put the rubber in boiling water to soften it and it was all easier.
Wheel Vintiques 15x7" rear, 15x6" front, G78-15 Coker Tires .
I'll be on the road for the first test no later than 15 days.
Let's hope so
Many thanks to all, guys
The good result is also due to your great help so the merit is yours too
Thank you very much
That is a beautiful ride mate,Job well done
I admit that in the beginning I thought you had bought a very nice truck and felt you should drive it as is. then you starting buying tons of parts. my thoughts were something like "another 1-800- check book build" I can not imagine what the bottom line is.
I now eat my words, fantastic build. you stuck with it to the finish and I have never seen a better detailed AD truck here in the states and must be ten times harder across the pond
Beautiful job on the truck - I will have to stop by and make a visit when I'm next in Rome visiting my cousin .....
For crying out loud that is bad ass.....cant wait to see full on pics, maybe by the Colosseum (yea I know, cliche, but I am not all that traveled in Italian landmarks)
Tell you what, get me a pic of your truck by the Colosseum and when mine is done I'll get you a pic of mine by the Alamo!! Haa!
I'll do some photos in front of the most beautiful monuments of Rome,
first of all the coliseum
What size rotors you running in the front and what size rims?
The rotors maybe 11.5" and the chrome wheel are Wheel Vintiques 15x6"
Finally finished and on the road!
Almost too nice to drive good to see you bit the bullet.
I am afrraid that fantastically incredible is the best I could come up with at short notice; that doesn't halfway sum up this amazing build.
Words fail me!
Simply badass! Sweet build bro...turned out great.
Frank, truck looks super, some very nice shots. The other cars look good also, continue to enjoy....Jim
Beautiful truck. White is often overlooked. True vision and craftsmanship.
Orula, I just finished reading all 42 pages and Im blown away, thats a beautiful build.
Beautiful job been watching
I see the tri power did not get used
You remembered that I have a tri-power to install ?
Unfortunately there was no time, but I will install soon
Thank you so much
A sincere thank you to everyone for the compliments
and a special thanks to all those who have
helped me to overcome the most difficult moments.
Thanks to all
Nice Work Orula!
The pickup has turned out very nicely, I bet you're proud of all the hard work you've put in to it.
Awesome photos against the Italian country side, it looks like a great place to cruise, I'm jealous!
Thanks for letting us watch all this and please keep us updated.
You might have to change that avatar picture now too....
WOW! That is gorgeous! Fantastic build.
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