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History Custom Tubs , mine from 1985 -Thanks Lynn & Rik Hoving for many of the custom tub pics featured

Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by John Lee Williamson, Sep 10, 2017.

  1. Rckt98
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  3. A little tub from Hershey swap meet.
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    20's Dodge tub?
     
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  5. [QUOTE="John Lee Williamson, post: 13773217, member: 37162"
    What is this tub, anybody know?[/QUOTE]
    I know what it is. It's Not Traditional. Let's remember that we're on the HAMB and not Street Rodder Network (or whatever it's called now).

    (I think it's a Buick, by the way.)
     
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  6. That's a Ute, not a touring/tub/phaeton, and is currently for sale in the classifieds...
     
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  7. The white one above and this 33 from Lynn
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    The white 29A tub looks like the one Lee Osborn built Years ago in Jamestown Indiana. I own the twin to it
     
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    Not mine . but it is available on Eugene facebook
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    Someone needs to save this Nash
     
  11. I believe that's F&J's car, it is not abandoned.

    Mick
     
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    What is F&J’s
     
  13. Fred (F&J) is a member of the HAMB and that's his Nash.

    Mick
     
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    Thank’s
     
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  15. djfordmanjack
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    Still not Custom, but maybe it is ? lwrd in front, 1940 Flathead bored 030, Mitchell Overdrive. nearing finish.:)
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    My current Ray Vega style tub, thanks to Rik Hoving for the photo.
     
  17. No, they are a mix of original tubs and customs with the roofs cut off. most of the 4 Drs are original tubs. They are also called Convertible Sedans or Phaetons.
     
  18. ratrodrodder
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    Can anyone enlighten me on the choice (if it was a choice) between having the doors (esp. rears in 4-door phaetons) being suicide vs "traditional"? I think I'm seeing most '33 and newer cars with the rear doors hinged at the front of the door, and '32s and older w/suicide rear doors, but then some of the As seem to be traditional rear doors?

    Was it a choice when the car was ordered, or a result of the sub-model (Deluxe, Standard, etc.), or something else?

    It's been great seeing all the different tubs out there - thanks to all the various photographers and posters!
     
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