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Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by John Lee Williamson, Sep 10, 2017.
28 Ford tub from Lynn, chopped, dropped, 16's, custom side panels
Custom bodied Thirties Rolls Royce (1948).
Reportedly still around.
(Photo: Alden Handy)
Here's a "Tub" what am!
Note "slingshot" driving position.
This was a super deal that I was 15 minutes too late on . .still regret it to this day. I hope whoever ended up with it drives the wheels off it.
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Tub in the works from Lynn
Unidentified. (Posted before?)
It's far from a Model A. https://en.wheelsage.org/stutz/model_m/convertible_victoria_by_hibbard_darrin/pictures/252194/
1927 Ford tub on Deuce chassis , big overhead Olds
Hill climb entrant. Kieth Tardel built V8. (I think.)
McCulloch blown Flathead.
A Carson top 37 Ford from Lynn
For 1929 Ford model A tub. Asking $14,900. Chevy 350 with 350 trans. A lot of new parts within the last year. Very fun car to drive and gets a lot of looks. Call or text. Can send more pix. Thanks for looking. 513-673-6619 Jeff
More, a Deuce tub pict from Lynn
The last two cars show wildly diverse views about -- and through -- windshields. IMO neither builder has it quite right.
I make chopped folding 28/29 Ford windshield posts and sell them here on the HAMB, there is a current trend with 32 to these leaned back curved windshields. I like 50's basics best.
Jaunty windshield rake on this Brewster-bodied 1914 F.R.P. (Sole survivor.)
Note door location.
Hotrod 28/29 Ford tub from Rik
48 Ford sedan trying to be a tub
Couple of Model A tubs from Calif Model A club show 2019
1926 Trojan Touring 3 door
34 Tub from Lynn. from a 2 Dr sedan,nice car
1939 Ford tub for sale in Classic Cars 23K, One Appleton spotlight
Well this looked pretty good, then I saw the windshield area. WOW, they miss the boat there. Looks like a nicely done car too.
Ya, it's strange, should have done it with a roadster cowl top, probably a young guy who did it.
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