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Features A Humble Debut at SEMA

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Jive-Bomber, Nov 17, 2015.

  1. Jive-Bomber
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    A Humble Debut at SEMA

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  2. e1956v
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    Saw the 31 and it is stunning in its traditional straight forward build style. It had a good crowd around it at the SEMA ignited after show.
     

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  3. oldsjoe
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    Sure looks like one SWEET Hot Rod! Joe
     
  4. olcurmdgeon
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    nice coupe, good choice of engine
     
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  5. flamingokid
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    13 years in the process...I would have gone crazy. ;)
     
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  6. jeepster
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    Neat grille and engine choice!
     
  7. Wow. That is super righteous.:D
     
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  8. J. A. Miller
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    Great coupe! Love the '39 dash in there - you don't see that much.
     
  9. brady1929
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  10. Jalopy Joker
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  11. Fantastic detail, utterly fantastic!!!
     
  12. Rustygt
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    Jay man , called you at P for the Jokers on Dec 10th hit me back up if you want to go.
     
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  13. bondolero
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    Anyone know if that column drop is a custom piece or if someone makes them ?
    Trying to find a column for my stock one that is 2" and not too billet looking.
     
  14. flyn schlosser
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    beautiful .the gas tank the color just has the look
     
  15. scrap metal 48
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    Very nice coupe...
     
  16. Wardog
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  17. RodNoc
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    Beautiful car! The only thing that could make it better is a hamb build thread.
     
  18. nice...very nice
     
  19. catdad49
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    Quite a Beauty, those valve covers really stand out! Any more pics out there?
     
  20. Top shelf all the way.
     
  21. Big Plan Dan
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    Yes, very nicely done. Visually, everything just fits together very well. No supercharger up front but a luggage rack on the back. Nice colors, nice dash. This is what happens when a genuine artist does a car.

    I was at SEMA for a day but didn't see this car. That event is so enormous! It makes Hot August Nights look small. If you haven't been there but have the chance to make it...DO!!! You'll never forget it.
     
  22. I did a few laps of the car. It really did stand out where it was. Fortunately too, it had a good deal of space around it so you could actually get a decent photo....not that I managed any decent photography with an iphone!
     

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