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Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by John Lee Williamson, Sep 10, 2017.
^^That car looks long enough to be in TWO pictures!!
140 inch wheelbase I think, a big long tub for sure.
1940 Merc tub rear shot
Black on Black 1940 Merc tub
More from Lynn, a 34 tub from a 2 Dr sedan
3/4 High Shot of 33 Tub from Lynn
Nice Tarp on a nice tub
Two Tubs in one pict, My Oilers Melf Robins tub behind a 27 T tub at the Oilers club house around 1949 link.
Cool Chevy tub from a sedan, molded rear pan, Desoto front bumper, 47 Chevy rear bumper, skirts, carson style top, RH drive
Nice read on Kustomrama about this one. (Lots of pics!)
Another good pict off your site
Photo courtesy of Tom Mayenschein.
Tub for sale in Branson
Street Rod 37 Tub from Lynn
Unusual Dodge Tub, Queens Island style.
Pretty Slick Custom 34 Ford tub, 41 Bumpers, filled grill shell, chopped windshield, shaved door handles, solid side panels, Blc headlights, and snaps for a teneau cover nice early custom touches.
More Slick 39 with a 40 Delux front end black on black, chopped folding top with a Carson flair, skirts, early Fiestas, car like mine but I've got a white Carson, good stance. I like it. Once again from Lynn
Do ferrin cars count?
1950 MG Touring.
Well, Ya, you can tub anywhere you want! Those English cars are all trying very hard to be Fords,HAHAHahah!!!
Resto 34 from Lynn
I make the castings for the removable B pillers if anybody needs them. They're advertised on the HAMB Parts.
They're still out there in the woods and neighborhoods. 2 from Lynn
Tub? Tank? VAT?
More good lookers from Lynn Merc wheels and hub caps, chopped, shaved, 3 pot,VW hood latch, Delux grill.
1936 Ford tub with 40 Delux front end at the beach.
^^^ WOW! Wonder where that one got to?
Wonder if it was a slantback or trunk?
Also, I wonder if the 36 conv sedan on craiglist has a body id tag?
I'll have to call him to see.
Thanks for sharing the 36 conv sedan info... that makes the 204th one known to exist.
I don't have any records of any with a 40 deluxe front end.. maybe it is still out there waiting for us to find it!
Model A V8 tub
Roosevelt's 1939 Lincoln Presidential Limo...the first car leased by Ford to the U.S. Gov't.
(Might be nice with a Merlin engine! )
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