The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by John Lee Williamson, Sep 10, 2017.
Thanks, inquiring minds want to know.
Blake27, that's a nice tub!
Blake and all the other folks who dig and post tub picts. here, Big Fun! Thank You. JW
...Real Nice Desoto Grilled Banger Powered Hotrod Tub...
Credit to Photographer, Owner
Model "A" Ford tub trying to be a Duesenberg from Sondre's site
1935 Ford tub from the 40's off Sondre's site
My little tub seems to have popped up here a few times...
Here's a couple of my favourite photos of her being used and abused.
You can delete this if you want. I just brought my 39 Tub, ( well part of it) out of storage and started the build. She's got a long way to go. Will start a thread soon.
36 Ford tub with 40 DeLux frontend Olds bumpers skirts. 16 in. ripple disk hubcaps
Can't remember if these have already been posted, but they are cool enough to see again.
39guy, Glad to see you're moving forward on your tub, there are only 13 body parts, hood, trunk, 4 doors, cowl, 4 fenders and center support post and seat back, do one a month and this time next year you'll be riddin' around. here's mine built on a closed car 4 dr sedan floor and cowl and rear quarters that I put tub rear quarter tops on and redid the rear doors Cut Line and I was set, go man!
36/37 Cord Phaeton (convertible with a back seat) -Classy Tub
Interesting approach and it came out well . I have ordered all new sheet metal for the floor. I bought a trunk floor for a sedan only to find out I actually need a floor for coupe or convertible... I will have to communicate with the people at Absolute Sheet Metal and see if I can exchange the two rear pieces so I can have the flat floor ( just a preference). If not I will just make some new pieces to make it flat. When I start the thread you will see that this rear quarter is pretty messed up. I figure it will take a month or two just to remove all of the bondo and brazed in patches and make new sheet metal patches.
1933 Auburn 108
These look nice on 28/29 Ford tubs
Chopped folding 1928-29 Ford roadster windshield posts John Williamson 10353 Eldora Ave Sunland Ca 91040 for more pictures email me email@example.com Ph 818-951-0435
This is the last Valley Custom Shop built car at their San Fernando Road Burbank location
Packard tub and sail boats, at Morro Bay, good way to go. JW
Another Cord Phaeton in Black, auction photo
Packard Phaeton tub
1938 Ford tub
30/31 Ford tub from Ryan. This was a prettycommon practice in the 40's and early 50's to adapt 37, 38, 39 windshields to get the "V" look.
1924 Model "T" tub the before and After the Red Hines custom tub
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