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History Are Phaetons actually Traditional Hotrods??

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by GearHead614, Oct 21, 2015.

  1. Hemi Tub
    Joined: Apr 23, 2016
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    Hemi Tub

    Here's a few of my '30 tub at the '14 VHRA Pendine Sands Hot Rod Races. We completed the build the night before driving it 300 miles to Pendine/ 9.jpg 13.JPG 3.jpg
     
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  2. 340HilbornDuster
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    Blue Deja Vue! Cool!!

    Scarlet Phaeton ... Very Right! Drive the crap out of it!...SCRATCH IT a little...maybe some blued pipes on the side...NICE!

    The 250 (that went 300) is WAY COOL!...

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  3. verde742
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    1. a veteran died today

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  4. Opfi
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    from Germany

    I love this thread; phaetons or tubs are the way to move....and its the perfect addition for the family!
    Below a scan from Rod & Custom of Oct. 1964, even the fighter squadron commander and ex-race driver wanted to have a tub!
    Below the 1919 T that I drive and join!
     

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  5. Wow, I love your car.
     
  6. Found on Facebook (I'm coining a new acronym-FOFB)...
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  7. GearHead614
    Joined: Dec 28, 2006
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    Well here are some new pics of the Car that started this whole thread! its pretty much done for this summer, I think I hit the nail on the head with this one. No shots of the interior but its stock black A interior 20160518_173352.jpg 20160518_173527.jpg 20160518_173543.jpg 20160518_173624.jpg
     
  8. Blake 27
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    Blake 27

  9. TERPU
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  10. Atwater Mike
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    Tub proportions are tough to get just right, as most guys seem to 'push' the radiator (and engine!) too far forward. Yours has a perfect profile, with engine lined up with chassis at the right level, hard to get that, with radiator right in scale.
    Ride height is excellent, careful planning is obvious.
     
  11. image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg This is how we got mine low, has mono leaf spring, and bis/ply and drives great. No major parts newer than 1940. Frank P. M. If you have any ?
     
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  12. Boeing Bomber
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    Jitney Jakescame
    Jitney Jake's tub came to mind right away. Love the pic of him and K.C. Winkler. Such a Betty.
     
  13. Atwater Mike
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    Wonder what year the pic was taken of the Oakland '34 tub (post #30)

    As some of us were discussing the first years of 'flames', look on the hood and front of hood sides.
    AND NO, 'Von Dutch' didn't invent flames. Neither did Jeffries...but they sure did a job with them!
     
  14. verde742
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    The way I heard the story about flames: Shortly after Gilmore Race track opened there was a picture of race car in the coverage of the race, in the local paper, AND :eek: flames were coming out
    of the hood, back onto the cowl of the race car. (in black and white) :oops: Within a week every wanabe hot rodder had painted flames on their "GOW JOB"

    So goes the story.....:rolleyes: sounds good to me.......
     
  15. KKrod
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    34 Tub - Thanks for posting. That is a very nice car.
     
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  16. Here's one I like. Bonneville 2012 Road Trip 043.JPG Bonneville 2012 Road Trip 019.JPG Bonneville 2012 Road Trip 040.JPG Bonneville 2012 Road Trip 040.JPG
     
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  17. GearHead614
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    Id love to see my car on the salt one day!
     
  18. What year was that?
     
  19. jeepers00creepers
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    Man I love this thread!!! My Tudor will be a tub at some point!
     
  20. Dave Rondou
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    JeepersOOcreepers, think twice about that. To these guys cutting that Tudor would be a No No. Take my word!
     
  21. That's my rpu out there with Drew Strunk's phantom phaeton. I plan on turning my rpu into a tub someday like this.
     
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  22. mgtstumpy
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    All steel and NON Ford. Holden body (Black/orange), Fisher body (Red)
    35 tub sceare B.jpg 35.jpg.JPG DSC04773 (Medium).JPG
     
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  23. Atwater Mike
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    A few years ago, everybody that found a '21-'27 T tub wanted to discard the rear section, for a 'Bob tail' or short bed roadster pickup.
    My '27 tub was the lucky recipient of one of those discards...(the rear section of mine had been in a small grass fire, luckily fire was put out before it got any further forward...front had some bullet holes, .38, looked like. Smoothed out with oxy/acet, would rather have had some more bullet holes in the back section than fire...
    Anyway, now have a nice rear section with doors, don't like 'A' frame underneath.
    May use my '29 Chevy rails...(thicker cross section, and fit body width nicely)
     
  24. I'm in love with this one...

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  25. bct
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    Looks fun even in the rain
     
  26. If that tub was mine, I'd have fun with it no matter the weather! :D
     
  27. Been meaning to post this for a while flatty in and running
     
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  28. My two favorite tubs from Northwest WA and BC. Cam Grant's 33 and Rick Rennebohm's 32 DSC01355.jpg DSC01306.jpg DSC01307.jpg DSC01382.jpg DSC01583.jpg DSC01660.jpg
     
  29. Artiki
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    from Brum...

    No salt over here, but we got sand...

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