The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by AHotRod, Sep 19, 2006.
I like my car. It serves me just fine.
Some of my car, what I remember as a '50's-'60's hot rod.
Cal: Love the coupe. Nice avatar too.
I love 60s style Rods. This one was in R&C in Feb. 64
What's that yellow, pointed nose thingamajig????? Looks really wild....I dig it!
It is a custom-bodied ,60 Jaguar built by Ray Farhner and named X-Ray. I saw it in ,64 painted silver. Will dig up slides.
No more pics. Was being auctioned at Topsfield yrs. ago. SOLD?? ...thnk yur rite @ bmprs!
my good buddy tj pagano and his father just finished rebuilding this truck!!
This thread needs a jump-start:
Now your talkin, but I'm bias, lol
^^^^Thats Bad Ass^^^^
I always liked this ,32. Color is "Wild Cherry"
New England Dragway-Epping,New Hampshire. Sign inside a trailer.
built 65-67 still have it going thru a refreshing currently>see photos personal page<
This one is from my hometown. I really want to find this.
I wanna play too!
I'm still learning to scan my collection, pardon my mess!
That's all for now!
Well,I might as well build a house here cause im gonna be livin here! Im building a 29 model a vicky on deuce rails with halibrands,a cragar blown early hemi,winters champ quickchange with early ford bells,cragar foot gas pedal,pie crusts,enderle fuel injection etc. the 60s could never die with me around.
Hell Yes ...............
I remember that car. Probably from an early '60's Hot Rod magazine? You could always build a clone of it.
I've been wanting to post some stuff on this thread for a while. I finally got off my butt, and figured out how to post pictures. 60's style hot rods are one of my favorite styles. Especially the late 60's. Check out the 60s Style T-bucket thread for some others I posted.
Those are some really good examples of the day.......Thanks for posting them. It's been a long time since I started this thread, but I nver get tired of seeing more '60's style HotRods.
Bring on more folks !
How about some T's. This Green T roadster makes an awesome hotrod in my opinion. The black Texas T 'aint' bad either. Warren Gunter's drag T was always a favorite, and how about V8 T's vs Vdub T's.
I think that's the old Mel Taormino (spelling?) tub from San Jose?
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