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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by BianchiCorp, Mar 20, 2013.
Oh yeah! Great job on this 34 coupe!
This car is awesome!!! '32 Grille Shells look right at home on a '32 and this car is evidence of that. Very well done.
Very nice. Its all in the details.
WOW Awesome. Love the detail.
You meant they look right at home on a '34, right?
NICE!! Something kool about the rear side windows. Like it. One ??? Why did you choose to make the front exhaust port pipe the longer of the 3, when you could have had pretty much 3 equal length pipes and still had you angled stagger out the end?
Fucking awesome! Best 34 5 window i've ever seen! That's how it's done!!
Man...you have built some incredible cars over the years and this is another one to add to the list!
WOW !!! Chris
It was hard to get a feel for how fucking mean this thing really is with all those goofy show lights.
Badass for sure!
Looks great! Here it is when I owned it 95 - 2002. It was a Rod & Custom test car in the Feb.64 issue. Its also the car in my Avitar.
So bitchin'....you guys nailed the chop!
Damn that's a bad ass car!!
That was an awesome car in its 60`s form... just plain over the top COOL now! Excellent work. Freakn` beautiful.
bad ass for sure
Ive never seen a car built by Bianchi that i didnt LOVE! This is rad!!
My thoughts exactly.
Wheres the usual HAMB neo-traditionalist crowd bitching about the '32 grill shell? Cmon guys, dont be shy...
Beautiful Hot Rod. I recognize those pipes from the article.
I wondered where that car was.
That is one sick m%th#r F$cker right there.
Did not realize it was built from this old rod - a car that was built in Utah around 1957 and survived in mostly its original build form for decades. This old rod is the inspiration for the channeled 33 Ford five window coupe build I have in my garage.
Here are a couple of pictures of the car from 1956.
Was a nice car back in the day and even better now. Stance, motor and attention to detail is outstanding. Love the 60's show car style. Nice job.
You read my mind. To some on this site, the word "Hot Rod" means whitewalls and a flathead. To me, my definition of Hot Rod is exactly what Randy and crew put together. That car is badass!
I read a while back that the Rodder's Journal was going to do a feature on Randy Bianchi. What ever became of that? I have always loved his cars. I remember when Hot Rod magazine did a feature on a couple of his T-Buckets back in around 1981. Both were low to the ground, huge rear tires, and had nasty big block Chevys. They're still my all-time favorite T-Buckets.
I've never been a fan of '32 shells on '34's either, but this car really shows it can pull it off with style! The motor, the pipes, the wheels/tires, the color, the STANCE. No one will ever confuse this for a resto, or a r**r**, it's pure HOT ROD all the way!! Made my day just to drool over it.
Glad you guys like it.
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