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Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by John Lee Williamson, Sep 10, 2017.
John, I would like to see more of this ^^^^^ one!
Got any more info or pictures of it?
Go here to see more picts of this car, scroll down to see it on Lynn Pews f/b - the link https://www.facebook.com/lynn.pew.12
MGB windshield on a cut down 35/6 sedan
I don't know if this has been posted, but it's a beauty!
Maybe not a "custom", but...
What's a tub for...haulin' ass, or haulin' asses?
From Kustomraama comes this beautiful Phaeton of Bernie Stein, cut from a '32 Ford Victoria.
What little's left of a '24 Overland (not a clue what the rad shell was from though).
(and the beat goes on...)
Years ago, there was a prominent HAMB member whose Avatar was an ultra-short wheel base, wheel-standing clown car.
Anybody recollect who that was?
Are you thinking of @povertyflats
Sancho, Sancho, Sancho...How DO you do it?!!
Nice one! Deuce frame & "A" grill shell.
Ya, very nice!
Overland tub, I Like it, frame lighter than air too!
Poverty Flats is all over Facebook now. Had some big changes in his life.
I love this car! There's a white one that's been done for awhile that I like too. I saw one in bare metal, or primer in Springfield at the NSRA show a few years ago that was nicely done. Hopefully it's painted now.
Thank you. Took me nearly ten years, but I got'er down to an appropriate 1320 lbs.
And by the way, great thread.
Great 33 Ford from Lynn
Lynn in his very early "Playboy" tub, he's making it happen.
Not done, but I'm working on it.
Al Hawkins' '27 Chevy, (1946)
The '34 Ford grille works well with those front fenders.
Posted by Rockerhead
(Al Hawkins Photo, from Blackie Gold's album)
A tub with air in a flathead car amazing. Mo and Hot Rod Nut thanks for posting tubs here. JW
Light color and blackwalls look good. Around 1957 in So Cal blackwalls and white wheels were all the rage "The Competition Look", lasted for a year or two.
Big Red one
Coachbuilt 1937 Cadillac V16
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