The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by rockable, Feb 19, 2019.
Wow, Really Nice.
I want to thank a bunch of people and I know I will forget some.
Thanks to all the Mopar guys on the HAMB who helped me solve challenges. Guys like Gene, 73RR, RodStRace, and others gave me great Mopar advice.
Special thanks to Chris Waldemarsen at Advanced Custom Chrome in Erie, PA. You guys are the best!
Thanks to Rick Kennedy for the custom interior job and for putting up with my pickyness on getting this done.
Thanks to Larry Woodall for the great paint job and great ideas.
And lastly, thanks to all my local car buddies who either helped out or kept agging me on when I ran out of steam!
I've read your posts, bought a part from you even, yet somehow i missed your build thread. I spent too much time on my off day going through your thread! It's amazing how many similarities there are between our builds, well except for the fact that yours is shiny, beautiful and on the road where as mine is in a million pieces and stored in the barn, garage and at least one shed. It really looks great and i am envious!
...that is one beautiful Plymouth!......nice to see somethin other than a Ford or Chevy...
Your car has “the look” congrats, it’s beautiful.
Great car! I was hoping to build mine but I need to sell it to fund my 28. But damn..ya made me dream for a minute. Nice work!
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Great looking car, just perfect in everyway.
Hope you enjoy it and drive the wheels off it !!
Looks great, congrats.
Really nice job, with just the right amount of custom touches added in...
Sweet ride! Mopar in a Mopar...
Love the color choices.
Very nice job.. Great stance.. Love those 40/41 coupes….
Looks great.Nice job.
Your car is perfect. I really like the steelies and baby moons. Yours is a really well done effort. Enjoy it.
Rock...........really XLNT work.........the colour suits it perfectly and the interior & engine bay are spot on..........andyd
Hey Rock, the car turned out beautiful. You did a wonderful job. Congratulations!
Thanks for the ball bearings, Bob!
Andy, thanks for your help, too!
DAMN BRO you built a SWEET car!...I NEVER thought a mopar county look so good!...I personally like the appearance of original 1930/1940s era instruments but your arrangement looks pretty good as well!
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41 Plymouth couples are the second best looking car for that model year. Longtime Willy’s fan or it would be number 1 in my book.
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Beautiful, I'd only change one thing,location!
Needs to be in my driveway!
Just plain A W S O M E ! Lucky folks in N C get to see it on the road................... m
I have followed your build since the beginning, what a beautiful car, well worth the effort !
Love the color combo, great stance - one of nicest 41 Plymouths I've ever laid eyes on. WOW!
WHAT!!!!!???? There are beautiful cars other than Fords????
Great lines and a beautiful job..
Congratulations on completing a great car. Will bring many miles of smiles.
Another fine job by Rock and friends! We`re so lucky to have so much talent in here in central North Carolina. Rocks` cars are always first class builds.
Perfect, well done!
That is just perfect!
My first memory of a family car as a kid was a 41 Plymouth business coupe that my Dad had bought new in '41. It was green originally, and he had it painted black. He took out the package tray and me and my little brother rode on a quilt on the rear floor! He eventually put in a junk yard bench seat for us. Factory radio and heater delete car (in Florida). Wish that I had it today.
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