The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by AHotRod, Sep 19, 2006.
Ron Price’s 33 Coupe at the 61 Oakland Roadster show.
Kustomrama has much additional information on it on their website, facebook page, and instagram page as well.
Hot damn! Please say you have some more of this one...
GEBHARD, here. https://www.mecum.com/lots/DA1116-273116/1927-ford-custom-touring/
Awsome thanks, apparently i missed all the mags it was in
Perfect family hot rod i need something like this...
Here are a few of ones that I have been around in those years
Update on the above pictures: The 25 T roadster pickup shown in the Dallas Autorama is still owned by the friend who built it in the mid 60's. It has been setting for many years and is not running. The 33 5 window coupe that I owned and then sold in the early 70's went through two more owners before I lost track of it. The rod run picture is of a get-together of some of the Dallas Area Street Rods club members. The 32 5 window coupe belonged to a friend who sold it and eventually it ended up in Sweden. A friend owned the 34 roadster. It had a Chevy engine, Lasalle trans, Stock rear end and a dropped front axle. After going through several owners it is now a fully 'restored to original' stocker.
Thanks for the updates! Seeing so many great photos from years gone by I always wonder what became of these show stopping cars.
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In the '50s-'60s how many hot rods/customs do you think there were? It is always impressive the see pictures of regional shows and runs showing cars I have never seen before. I saw a lot more of them on the road then than I do now.
My 39 in 50s dress
Looks like Don Thelen's Vicky on the middle right.
Pic Number 84!!!
This thread is such an incredible collection of cars of the era.
I'm looking forward to the day that my car is finished and I'm able to add it.
That 30 in the back, looks really cool, too. Looks like earlier fenders on it.
I really like this rpu and would like to be able to find more info about it, here’s a link to a thread I started trying to find more info
I remember seeing that one in Northern California shows in the '60s. It was in magazines too.
...tiny pics that pack a powerful punch...I was thinking of @-Brent- when I saw this...Deuce Shell or not..
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