The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by John Lee Williamson, Sep 10, 2017.
Slick Duesenberg Model "X" tub, one of 4 remaining out of 5 built.
Joe Uritta's 41 Ford tub by Barris built from a sedan, chopped, channeled, sectioned Carson top, Teaneau cover, Studebaker dash, skirts, 47 Olds grill, highly customized -Tub
The above Chevy Tub was AMBR winner.
Watching the sun come up driving down P.C.H. to Malibu one last time before the lock down here in SoCal.
Tub photo from Rik
More nice tubs from Lynn, chopped with a folding top, not so easy to do.
Also from Lynn - Stick em up!
Another great tub from Lynn
Looks like a tub from a sedan
36 Ford tub and folks ready to travel.
Another tub from a sedan, needs to tuck in the front wheels and add stock fender wells for a great look.
New old blower Bentley, continuation series.
Early Tub Jalopy Racer at Ascott Park in L.A.
I SEE THE GREEN TUB IS FOR SALE.
( I just don't understand how it can leave the shop without narrowing the front suspension )
I believe that car was on a newer frame.
Reversed rims and shorter "A" arms should do the trick, then some stock wheel well openings. Also a dark color with no flames so you can see the car "Uninterrupted" .
32 Tub from the Sat HAMB ART page
Tub full of fun from Pat G. and a deuce tub behind it
The car is a ’27 T tub. The grille and 3-carb V8 I can only guess. But these guys look like they’re having fun, and there are a few nice rods in the background, too.
Paul Gommi's Chopped 34 Ford tub from Pat G.
Looks like a 35/36 Ford tub with a later frontend like the Bruns build.
1935 Packard 12 tub
Saw this 39 Ford Tub at B and J auction 2006
Another angle on a tub.
A tub rendering from Rik Hoving - Cad Hubcaps, bumpers and rear window.
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