The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Runnin shine, Nov 15, 2015.
BEFORE- Around 1975, and now.
Love the air conditioner. Bob
I'll drink to that. Bob
Blackstude, that car is insane!!! Love it!
lot of great saves here, lots of them out of my skill range. I have a few, here is one
I like this, more please!
A progression shot there's me when I got it for my tenth birthday then at 16 when I hit the road then a due over at 18 and 19 I drove it as my daily for my daily from 16 to 26 my wife drove it for a daily for two years snow and all! Feel free to mock my 16 year old pic lol
LOL I think I still have my Killers T shirt around somewhere, most of those shirts just fell apart into scraps over time.
Can't beat some good old Maiden. OK maybe with lamb of God or slayer but that's it lol.
I think I anodized your wheel covers black about a couple years ago?
I could be wrong.
You probably did, Cody, my son, brought them to you.
Sure did, are they still good and black?
31 A, 9/10/11 by edcodesign posted Oct 15, 2011 at 8:59 PM
My 31, before.
They look kind of purple in certain kinds of light, I think I am going to have to paint them to match the truck. We took the truck to LSRU in Austin last year. Could not believe how many people liked the truck.
I was curious how well they would hold color in the sunlight, powder coat might be your best route.
Our landspeed car. The nostalgia gasser Henry J we built was almost this much work. I have told Hooley that I will pick the car for our the next project.
1936 Chevy 1/2 ton low cab
First Hotrod build. Every bit done in home garage.
some of mine. I like to fix junk.
I would get bored quickly if I had to start with nice cars.
from a rusty $100 cowl
to a driver
and now back apart again for bodywork and paint
and here is a crusty old cab i just finished bringing back from the dead.
As discovered and bought July 2007:
Damn you guys got some mad skills, I couldn't even tell they were the same car! ... ... ...
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