The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by John Lee Williamson, Sep 10, 2017.
A what is it - tub from Kustchops
Channeled 31 Ford tub in process
A chopped 36 Ford tub from a sedan, in the middle, with a European style
A tub and a Teapot Gas Station
So Cal Plating recreation 36 Ford tub with Duval windshield.
Crazy "sorta" tub in a junk yard
Was pleased to see mine here!
posts 2072, 2074
Chicks dig it!
Tubs and Ladies go together, Please ditch the mags, keep the girl, and go with steel wheels and hubcaps in 50's fashion, is it close to getting on the road?
Merry Christmas to all you HAMB tub folks, 70 pages worth. Keep on tubbin' in 2022. JW
Santa's tub from the art page
Kinda' tub with rollup windows
1931 Chrysler dual cowl CG phaeton - tub
Custom made 32 Ford 2 Dr tub
Great thread! Lots of cool cars but I must admit I need to be schooled. What actually defines a car from being a tub to "not a tub"? Very few of the cars shown have bucket seats, any reason? Were no cars updated during the '60s with narrow whitewalls, etc? I saw a couple of clear photos that showed the bracing done behind the front doors and around the rear perimeter but can't find them now. They may not have been on this thread, any help? Thanks, Dave
One at work I'm working on
A tub is a 4 Dr convertible or a 2Dr convertible sedan with a back seat, the name came from the cars looking like a "Bathtub"
Thanks for posting the 39 tub, is it going to stay stock?
Yup staying stock just fixing a few things.
Mags is temporary, dreaming of Steelies or KH 16 inch bent spokes.
Figure 2 yrs before on the road in any fashion.
I'd keep the girl but wife may not like it.
She sure has a pretty smile though.
Brian, thanks for answering, that's a good looking stock tub. I like custom tubs, here's mine with 3 in chop and Carson top. The stock ones have a little too much top.
36 Ford tub way off to the right in this Christmas Card posted by Hotrod Primer
Nice 32 Ford tub from Lynn.
Wait!what? Sorry I was distracted by the car could you repeat that?
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