The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by fatbody, Jan 4, 2008.
cleaning out my old 3.5 floppy disks and found some lost pics of my 49'. lets see what ya got.
Badass. Love that Ford fatbody. Sold these, I never keep anything.
Didnt have a camera when I bought this, but it was a piece of shit. Nice chop tho, thats why I bought it. Other than that tho, an unrunning rusty piece of NJ crap.
This was when I sold it.
60 el camino
i hadn't seen any recent pics of your caddy, it looks awesome! excellent work man
my old computer whiped out,,so i lost a bunch of stuff,sucks!,,found this stuff though
wish i could share more pics,,ive done a bunch more shit just in the time ive been o nthe hamb...
hers mine. Shown it before, I hope everyones not sick of it yet,
2 pics missing prior to these here(when i got it and made it a driver,and when i went through my rat rod stage in 1999)
here's my daily, how it drove for a few years, finally busted ass for Paso this past year and went from this....
oh yeah and some lady turned right into me and drove like this for a bit..
to this... and hopefully in the near future will try to get some paint on it.
looking damn good Eric!
And my brothers wifes t-bird, after a wheel change we did on it when she first got it..
then my brother decided to try and get it looking good for this years past Mooneyes Christmas party, CRUNCH TIME. oh yeah my brother and i had only used a paint gun once on my ranchero to primer it white, we decide where going to PAINT her roof...blocking it out..
then decide the metallic paint came out too dull..
so we said, lets flake the roof!!! ...
then said hell we need to get the body into shape too, so we reprimed the body white!!
then we ended up at the Mooneyes party with this!!!
thanks Sam, seeing guys like you build your cars definitly inspires, especially always opening another one of your posts only to find out you picked up another ride and see it go from a pile of parts into an awesome car.
To this so far, and still workin....
before and after
Here's mine before...a farm truck with a new red paint job...And here it is now....soon for sale to fund my new project...
Thank you, Drew Didio.
My lil' 32 pickup when I brought it home,,,
Mike, Your coupe looks really cool man!! I really like the full fendered un-chopped look.
Thanks Jimmy, all credit for my coupe belongs to Drew Didio (abomber30).
BTW, that black A coupe you brought to Austin last year totally kicked ass.
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