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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by J.Ukrop, Sep 4, 2020.
J.Ukrop submitted a new blog post:
A Surprise Survivor
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That thing is flat out kick ass...
I have shared this Coupe in the Homogenized Thread a while back......but you got up close and personal even better...thanks for sharing the story and pics @J.Ukrop...I'll see if I can find the post...and yes it sure is a Cool Coupe indeed... Found It...see below...
Credit to Photographer, Owner
Very cool, Joey! Did you bring home some parts for your roadster project?
Great lookn’ channel rod, very unique rear fenders!
Here's some "in the wild" (outdoor) shots of Christian's Survivor Deuce 5wd Coupe:
"The Bruce Deuce" leaving Fullerton Fabrication
"The Bruce Deuce" at the 2018 LA Roadster Show
Thanks! And I did! I picked up a pair of windsheild frames. One is a stock-height standard and the other is a two-inch chopped DeLuxe with some old paint on top of the old chrome.
Another great story from Mr. Joey. Thanks for sharing. Snowman
Oh man that’s the best
WOW thank you for sharing. That's a Cool car .
Killer car! Nice find!!
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Oh man thats very cool. Any ideas what those headlight stands are from?
@J.Ukrop, keep a eye on this one as maybe you may get a chance down the road...if Christian grows tired of it you might get first dibs because only you two like it...
FYI ... The current owner's name is Christian ... and he named his coupe "The Bruce Duce" (I'm guessing an "alternate" spelling of the word "Deuce").
I updated my post...thanks for pointing that out and for sharing the additional details and images of its present resurrection...Old Hotrods Rock...
What are those taillights on the coupe from? Somehow I'm thinking a '60s Olds F-85 but I could be wrong.
Holy Hell ! That thing is sweet !!
Those headlight stands are Trans Dapt, I bought a new set in the 60's from Radke Auto Parts in Portland Or.
Bitchin' ......East Coasta
Great looking ride. Would look good in my garage.
Just one question: Why weren't you allowed to touch the fenders? Did he fear that you would break them off or cut yourself on the sharp edges?
Joeys a rugged masculine individual and they probably figured his hulk like demeanor ment his touch would be heavy.
or not. Who knows lol
That thing rules.
That is so cool. It reminds me, a little, of @LilDuec car.
How come we don't have 'one of them' giant thumbs-up emogeez?!
Hahahha @Tim hit the nail on the head. Nah, it was actually because they aren't super secure and there is some cracking happening.
Wow.... oh how I love that Coupe .... I'll take 2 please!
I have these spare trailer fenders....
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