The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by Roothawg, Jul 13, 2018.
John D Agostino
Beautiful, simply beautiful .....
...and mostly stock!
I have to say the 1940s are running away with the gold. Wowzer!! There are some very nice cars from other decades but those '40s, as a group, are over the top.
Beautiful car .... but back window seems low on the DS.
Maybe my optical delusion...
had same issue on my 40 merc ...some angles it looked low others not so.
Ben Mario's Barris-built Buick does it for me.
(From Rik Hoving's Archives)
This Hudson is different enough and doesn't lose all of its original flair. I like this one a lot!
"Just let me out at the Oscar's."
Coachcraft '46 Lincoln.
Never saw a 41 Willys like this one
I am going to ask a silly question here. I am not trying to pick on this car, because it is beautifully done...but long time Willys owners out there...take a look at the grille...it appears to be in there upside down...on original cars the flatter part of the grille is on the bottom, and the slightly curved side is on the top of the grill opening . I have seen this before, and wonder if any other Willys guys have? Other than that, pretty kool !!!
pretty Kool... g-willys
HAMB'er @hudson48 posted these beauties on another thread...
"Leaving tomorrow morning with Kurt McCormick in the 1941 Cadillac....
Also hoping to have my room mate turn up in his 51 Mercury..."
SEMA show 2019
Rick Dore Tangerine Dream
One of my favorites! I almost wore out my Street Rodder issue that it was the cover car on.
1947 Cadillac Kevin Anderson
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