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Projects Any Henry Js in the House?? Pictures??

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by plodge55aqua, Jan 16, 2009.

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    Uncleandy 65, First J wagon I can recall seeing.
     
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    I just brought this '52 home after a long, long sleep in the garage. Check out the ultra rare back window wing glass! Need to find some rockers... otherwise a very solid old girl.
     

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    Yes, I don't know if they made it or it is a real one. Bill
     
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    HJ did not do a wagon. There are a couple around, will try and find pics from years ago.
     
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  11. The one above is a Scott Sullivan build. I like it better with the Real Rodder Wheels. The bumper on the ground makes it look like it should be in the cars movie.
    HENRYreal wheels 2.jpg
     
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    Yeh, the red steelies and wide whites really threw me to!
    The Hal look fits Scotts M.O. better.
     
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  13. The real trick is how he stretched the wheelbase and took the metal out of the area between wheel and bumper, kinda like how they do on 53-56 ford trucks.
    I'm sure the photo will get deleted so check that area out before it does.
     
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    A Local Racer... IMG_7145.JPG
     
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    Thought just occurred to me that I don't think I've ever seen a stock J on the road in the 50's. I would have been 7 in '55, I knew of them from magazines..
     
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