The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Bass, Apr 9, 2010.
And that panel bond is some serious stuff, they aint comin off no time soon!
Makes me want to build another car!
This coupe is amazing, you make all of the details come together to build one BADASS hot rod. Keep it up, looking forward to seeing more progress pictures.
Thanks for posting the photo history, it's inspirational to see the progression over time. That's an incredible car you have put together.
Serves you right for using one of those Toyota gas pedals...I hate it when that happens.
Great to see yer back on it!!! The video was awesome!!!! Thank you.
I didn't pay attention at first and just read what he asked and then saw the picture. I thought you were screwing with him like "I use vice grips to hold my metal in place" Ha ha ha.
When I grow up, I want to be a Brian Bass weld...
Awsome work as always keep it up man I think you can see the light at the end of the tunnel.It's nice to see another one saved and so nicely done. I can't wait to see it finished.
Wow!!! Love your car and all the time you spent documenting the build, thanks!!
It takes a lot of clamps to build a car, huh?
I'm pretty sure BASS is just a contraction of BAD ASS.
Nice work as usual Brian.
just a incredible A, every time I walked by it at round up i had to stop and take another look, even got a cool pic of it at A.S.S. sat. night at the party, next trip to dallas i wanna try to get even better pics of it, thanks for bringing it out
Brian was introduced to the world of hot rods at a very young age . Here is a picture of the two people who constantly talked about hot rods around him and took him to car shows and swap meets when he was young. The picture was taken in 1968 and if you look closely you can see an object in the background. We were passed by because it was a search for intelligent life forms.:^)
...by the way son, you did a great job on your Hemi Coupe!
That picture is AWESOME!!
Very cool car!! Can't wait til I get my (new) 331 hemi next week - yeah!!!
Man Brian, I always thought your car was done it was soo cool, but this just takes it one step furthur. I never even noticed the bad spots you repaired because it just oozed coolness all over the place. Nice work!
Yep....thanks to you and Stanley, I'm ruined for life!
Seriously though, I really appreciate all the things you two taught me about hot rodding from an early age.
Also, I shot a couple of pics today that I thought might make a good desktop background/ screensaver.
I don't know if any of you looking at this post would want to use them, but here they are regardless.
It's funny you should post those as possible desktops, as I have one of the last ones you posted as my desktop right now. Nice shots and thanks.
Right Click, Save as Desktop Wallpaper....Done
Kick ass Brian!
this is going to be one of the rods that defines an era of hot rods....
I hope some day I have a quarter of your tallent.
Well, it's obvious you have NO IDEA what you are doing... I'm envious man...
i love this car and now its even better.
thanks for the new desk top.
I know I've said it before but, the lack of the '32 gas tank is really doing this car justice. This new shot you posted is just confirmation. Lookin' Boss Hoss.
Your tire combo is dreamy!
Can you give us a little info on size please?
Bass, when I saw the car at the roundup I had no idea that you had just done all that work! You guys gotta believe me when I say this...this car looks 100% BETTER in person then in pics...and it still looks absolutely killer in pics! Great work man, wish I had a 10th of your talent!
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