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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Johnny-B-Bad, Dec 21, 2010.
car is nice , i like the engine , and dash very cool
coming along great, enjoy seeing the transformation
well - done - great build!
very cool looks like it came out if a time capslue. And ya cleaned her up and the rest is historyas they say. Roger
Holy shit...I have some photos of your car from the showdown...
Like it lots JW
Whoa whoa whoaaa. Tbird told me about your car, at Bville, and I'm just checking it out now. A few things come to mind...
First, that frame is sexy. Holy cow, what a great platform for your T. Second, that firewall is PERFECT. Nice work on that.
Also, the steering arm is a nice touch, you can't even tell it's modded, it looks like it's supposed to be that way from the factory.
Next, the seat back - I am stealing that idea, for sure. Get some more pics of that up, if possible.
You did a bang-up job on the body. From the spring clearance mods to the deck lid... man, I'm inspired.
I have no clue how in the hell I missed this build, especially with the time I spend on this site.
Nice work, man. I'm a fan. Put a pic or two in the chopped and leaned thread when your finished.
Dude, you didn't give those two scruffy bums any change did you? I heard they were spitshining hot rods at the gate for half smoked cigarettes and ghetto shrimp...
fine work ...
Some how I missed this thread. Just read the whole thing start untill today. Love it!! This is just the way I think of a young guy building a rod in the late 30s- late 40s useging what is available with a lot of imagination and hard work! Would love to see a video of some laps at Latimore.
Great job, Ted
superb look I really like .
look at my future project. L6 chevy 1929, ford 27 body .
fiber glass yuck!
bitchen t man its com a long way looks great
22yr old brat yuck!
Your hot rods is bad ass. Lots of well thought out hard work paid off.
Wow Thanks guy! Didn't realize this came back up. Great pics!
Hey Andy.. Ill give you a half eaten beef brisket samich to clean the underside of my car
I completely forgot but here are some pictures from the invitational in July.
And a few i stole...
Very nice man...well done
What makes this thing so awesome is you always manage to put on one hell of a show! I loved watching you this year and you bet I'll be watching every run you make at Latimore next year!
Mmmmmm, I love sammiches!
I know I've said it before... Great car, John. Love it!
well if you lookd at what was above i said yuck too the fiber glass body not this kids all steel t body i said i liked his car allot and yuck too the fiber glass one ive seen his car at jalopy show down and it fuckin rules
In France im sure that a good supply of 26-27 T roadsters are not to be found and i like the look of where he is going with it, glass or not !! The photo has relevance due to the early Chev motor , and those 29 wheels look killer. I would very much like to see it when its done. And i have a 26 T!! , please dont be a steel snob. JW.
thank you guys, soon the beginning of my roadster
I hoped to be at the height of Johnny-B-Bad
I am so glad I found this thread. I've been thinking about building a 235 powered 27 roadster on a 31 Chevrolet frame I have and up until now I hadn't really found much in the way of guidance. Your car is incredible, and this thread will be a great resource if and when I ever get started on my car.
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