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Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by John Lee Williamson, Sep 10, 2017.
Looks like somebody transplanted a roof from a late 60s early 70s sedan.
That's a 54 Ford looks like a completely stock car, good eye though, I didn't see it first time around.
The Last Model "T" was a Tub
Bob Williams T tub
1923 Chevrolet Superior - Tub
T - tub with abbreviated cowl
T & A
"A" Model Duesenberg - Tub
Link to another cool tub page here on the HAMB
Red Hynes T Tub restored by his son
Duesenberg J Model - Tub
What do you know about this Customized Duesenberg, with 41 Cad/47 Olds bumpers, I see Gordon Buehrig, in the dark hat, discussing it - Custom Tub
1939 Lincoln Le Barron - tub
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Want a tub, make a tub like Kenny Lotz did
Can I play???
A good looking Deuce tub from Lynn
I wonder if Kenny ever took this car beyond the condition shown here. I've never seen any pictures beyond this.
37 Ford Phaeton
I looked around the internet and didn't see it finished, I don't know him, do you? Anybody know if Kenny Lotz finished his tub?
I do know Kenny. I think he lives up around Crestline. I haven't been in touch with him for a few years, so I haven't had an update on his progress with the car. I seem to recall that he was fighting some age-related physical condition, maybe arthritis, that hindered his physical activity
Another 32 Ford tub from Lynn
Kenny may have passed, the only one in California is 30 years old lives in Sacramento. Now I'm really wondering where his car went. JW
Cool one.... might be for sale in Indy! Was on Facebook a couple days ago.
This is a really clean tub, it's got the right look.
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