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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by djtwigsta, Apr 4, 2016.

  1. djtwigsta
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    Check it out in the latest Ol Skool rodz!!!

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  5. Jet96
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    I like it !
     
  6. tfeverfred
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    Ol Skool rodz:confused:.............
     
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  8. Give the story a chance, great article, cool traditional build from 100% old parts.
     
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  9. tfeverfred
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    Been a month. Need more time?
     
  10. No, true enough, didn't look at the dates...my bad
     
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    Looking good
     
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  16. brady1929
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    Great photos. Cool hot rod.
     
  17. bobo1
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    Just perfect :eek:
     
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  20. I don't see anything ratty about it. Not one skull or stop sign was used in the building of this hot rod.

    Sent from my A520L using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
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  25. Raiman1959
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    I like it!....it's got some serious patina:D........just a different way of building an old hot rod without all the glitz, perfect bodywork and paint....I can appreciate the use of all those old parts, and keeping it 'unique' from everyone else's....AND it doesn't have spider-webs, skulls, superman logo's and rodent attire....probably not everyone's cup o' tea to be sure, but hey....it's definitely got a presence to it, and I think it's pretty interesting, and I can appreciate the focus & build....a real head-turner at the very least!
     
  26. Late to the Party
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    Rust is not patina.
     
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  27. mike bowling
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    This car is pretty cool if you ask me- I saw it run on the beach in N.J. and also at the shop where it lives.
    Maybe some people don't like the un-painted surface rust, but to label it a " rat rod" is bullshit.
    The builder spent a lot of time gathering "real" parts from the right era and left them in their
    "natural" state. If you think that's thrown together, try it yourself.

    Pic from TROG, 2015 (not as good as "djtwigstas"!) DSCN2420.JPG
     
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  28. Raiman1959
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    according to Wikipedia: "Patina" is any such acquired change of a surface through age or oxidation....think rust would qualify;)
     
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  29. A 2 B
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    Absolute "eye candy" to me! There are many disciplines we can choose to apply in this hobby and this example has nailed this one IMHO.
     
  30. joeycarpunk
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    Nicely fabbed and simple. Perhaps a little more rust then I prefer but cool none the less. Excellent pics.
     
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