The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by ELpolacko, Dec 19, 2016.
Been busy with off topic stuff, so been away for a while.
Here is some of the more "On-Topic" stuff.
Nice work. I've always liked your work, even when it hasn't been my particular style. Keep it up!
Great fabricating skills!
Thought you disappeared. Good to see your still here. I always appreciate how you incorporate form with function even on something most people won't ever see once the body is back on. lot of people can make something that works, making it look good too is always a step above. Nice work.
As always,your craftsmanship never disappoints.
Good to see you touch base again. HRP
Impressive as we can always expect from you. Thanks for sharing.
As always, nothing but the best work!
Nice work there, thank you for sharing!
Quality work as always, I follow on FB as well.
great work & shop
Dang, that's some really sweet looking work. Thanks for posting
Amazing, great job
I agree with HRP 100%!!!
Your stuff always looks like the bits from a really good model kit...just put tab "A" into slot "B" and done!
I tried on your K-member extenders on a friend's deuce frame, and they were just like that...they simply went "click" and there they were, holding steady in place with every bolt hole perfectly aligned. We were awed...obviously not real hot rod parts, since they fit without complete rebuild and massive grinding!
Steve ...... your work RULES.... but you already knew that I felt that way
Great looking stuff, I still have some rear axle brackets I got from you at the LARS. Can we see some details on the torque arm? Bob
Inspirational in every respect. Thank You for posting samples of your work.......
Steve made and installed the front end on Partssaloon's 1948 Ford , drives super.
Always a pleasure.
always a fan
Thank you gents for the kudos.
Most of what I do these days falls far outside the HAMB. For instance, a 1953 Studebaker with 2007 CTSV drive train, 1958 Cadillac Seville with Jaguar suspension and an LSA and so forth. Even my personal projects are off limits here. Building a 1954 F100 into a crew cab with a new Foton/Cummins ISF 3.8 and an Allison 1000 6 speed trans.
You guys can follow me on my Instagram or Facebook if you're so inclined.
I do have a project in the works that may or may not fit. It's a tube framed 31 A coupe with a blown BBC and a Lenco 4 speed, Winters Champ rear and all sorts of fun stuff. When I have something to show, I will post it and see if it passes muster here.
Good to see you back, I was wondering about you the other day. You could post some of that ot stuff up over on RRR, anything goes there.
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