The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by HOTRODPRIMER, Jan 31, 2017.
I never get tied of looking at 32's. I have to stop and look at every one I see. My wife thinks there is something wrong with me. Maybe she is right.
Was this photo taken when Jerry Kracinski owned and raced Bonnie and Clyde?
Any more info?
Can I play here too?
You have the Deuce Disease. There is no known treatment and its incurable. The good news is it isn't fatal, but it is a lifelong affliction and it guarantees a large crowd at your estate sale!
Roger that guys, and just in case some get tired of deuces, the rest of us will be glad to look twice for y'all.
I believe Ray said it was a factory 40 Ford color with a satin finish.
It is Mandarin Maroon same as on Cory Taulberts 32 5 window coupe
Here is mine. It'll be done for summer.
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Our Coupe -- Henry Steel
Here the 32 I once had.
As I owned it.
Here it is currently.
Does not get much better than this! Can't wait to see it finished.
Keep 'em coming!!!! I am on a Deuce high!!!
I like the way you had
Looks like the Lothian boys were in the lot!!!
Our Tudor getting some new color.
The Roadster ... has all the important stuff but put on the back burner to get the sedan back together.
Here is a fair amount of Deuces.
2016 Bay Area Roadster cruise. Mine is at the far end.
The M.S.M. 32
The Pete Chapouris Limefire 32
Pete's follow up 32
The B.G.S.&M. 32 that I used to see every Sat Morning at breakfast. In San Gabe.
A few from the GNRS "17"
And a couple of faves in this pic that inspired the ones that I built.
Nice to see you still know your way around a camera.
I miss your circle track stuff from the sixties and seventies. You had a shot of Foyt up on the wall at DuQuoin in his cammer car that was my wallpaper for years.
The first is from '64 - (polishing chrome reverse wheels), the second is in '65 in my brothers driveway while I was in the Army and the third is today. Still working out some kinks but it's driven almost every day.
Lobeck Deuces Columbus 2014
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