The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by AHotRod, Sep 19, 2006.
I WOULD STILL LOVE TO OWN ONE.
Dan Oaks. He built it, sold to another guy who's name is not in my brain right now, who traded it to Dan Woods for the Milk Truck.
Man, out at Good Guys Scottsdale today in my 'Bucket, and there were HEARDS of them wandering around. Might just be a regional thing, but i notice the same thing at L.A.R.S. each year too.
Love these old pix! I built this bucket in the early 80's in kind of 60's style. Great site! I would love to know if it's still around.
I like this one, it has been around a long time. Years ago he had eight 2 barrels on it.
nope. Teds started out with a sbc, then bbc, then to blown sbc.
Love this thread,,thanks for all the pics and keep them coming. One question that I have is I see a lot of cars (roadsters and coupes) running fenders. Cycle fenders etc and they seem to be on east coast cars of the era. Some people used the old spare wheel ring but I noticed some on the rear were flatter and wider, just wondering were they custom made or bought or from anything in particular. Don't want to side track the thread
Deadbeat: a lot of the flat fenders were universal trailer fenders . The 1936 Ford spare tire rings were the most popular for fronts in my local area , with bobbed stockers in the rear.
I hope this is a trend that continues to spread east.
Here's an early Chevy, I've always liked. Well... two actually.
There was a whole T Bucket meet in Reno a year or so ago. Hundreds of them everywhere.
My Grandma used to say NO GOOD WILL COME FROM THIS. She was usually right.
AA/FA Amarillo Texas
Cool adds to a cool thread but they aint as cool as your avatar Mikey!
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