The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Sonny Depalma, Mar 13, 2011.
Just finished my 1949 Cushman thought you guys might dig it.
lookin good,nice job
way cool Sonny
It is so cool my first scooter was a 48 step through on ly blew the engine up 3 times from driving it wid open all the time.
That looks damn good!
Cool Cushman ...
... did I just say that ??
sonny, i couldnt imagine how many hours you've got in just the paint. that thing is beautiful !
Nice !!! Gary
That's great .... I love it ...!!!
Really like the Cushman, nice job man!
i want it
Dammmm Sonny you just amaze me with your artwork.
very nice paint work good lookin scooter, do you think you could fit anything else on the rear fender?
Thanks everyone, I have had it at 2 shows this weekend and met the nicest people, that is the best part!!!
That's awesome Sonny. Norm told me you were gonna put one of his knobs on your scoot. Looks great.
Neat stuff, Sonny. I'm sure it looks 10 times better in person. Gary
Some of the best work I have ever layed my eyes on ! awsome
I've got a barn fresh one of those! Looks like I need to get to work...
Super bad ass, love the hot rod scooter. Nice to see a made in Nebraska product taken to such a glorious level. Just plain rocks, thanx for sharing. ~sololobo~
Toad should have been cruising around on that instead of that Vespa! Nice work as always Sonny.
looks sweet homie keep it real
My first 2 wheel motorized vehicle was an old Cushman Road King. It was the summer of '55 and the Texas Panhandle was mine! A couple of friends had Eagles but they never learned to sit on a bar stool. Eagles were no faster. Their only advantage was that the guys who rode them thought they looked more like motorcycles. If you can ride a Road king down a muddy dirt road you can ride anything! Yours is beautiful and I love the walk around paint job. You can't see both sides at once so why pretend? Thanks for showing it to us.
dont ride it, maintence free then!!
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