The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by hot-rod dude, Jun 20, 2014.
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Outstanding job on the wheels. The hard work you put into them shows! Plus, you're the only one with a set just like 'em!
She's a beaut; perfect stance, well done! (Still miss my 37 coupe, now 50 yrs. later..)
very neat old Chev! Nice work.
Very neat car....and nicely done mods. Very tasteful!
Thanks for sharing.
Hey, thanks for the thanks!
Nice to see a Chevy so nice
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Great thread, very entertaining.
I remember your road trip thread. This car certainty gets out and about.
I'll bet it could tell some stories.
Your roadster is looking pretty cool, like the new wheels too
Just saw that your hood sides are different than on mine
Did you put in a cam along with the new pipes & carbs
I raced my 37' B/gasser the first day 50 yrs ago this month
The roadsters in the States all had a rumble seat. Nice car you have there.
Yes, the Australian pressed sheet metal is a little different to yours over there. The hood sides are remarkable pressing. Also note that the diagonal style line does not go into the doors like the US version.
I left the stock cam in.
Congratulations on your golden anniversary for racing that gasser - cool, cool stuff.
Looks great. Nice work on the wheels.
Yes, we had rumble seats here and of course the boot as well like mine. The boot is about 6' deep!
Nice work Dude. She''s sitting really nicely, you have a good eye for this.
Whats the deal with your taillight/s? I can only see one, I havn't noticed that on your car before.
They only came with one tail light Tom. That was the law in Australia at the time.
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