The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57 Corvette ~ Bob, Jan 16, 2020.
Best buddy Dave again, a LONG time ago.
I can't remember if I posted these. Painted the guitar for my buddies car show/music event. I felt the need to post today. Gary
Oops, buttons on the phone are to small. Gary
I made a dimple die set and wanted to test it out, so I whipped up this brushed stainless cube and stand.
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I'll add some old Old Chevys too. Yeah I know, ghost drivers.
..."point of view"...
No worries mate! It all worked out.
Speaking of working things out...
"1956 Pontiac Safari: Tomahawk"
I think it's a rumble seat!
Playing with acrylics on wood again.
That is a 1966 Dodge Dart.
....a new sketch, an old sketch and an old pic of my first 38 Chev circa 1974...
Thanks much Road Kill!!!!!
That's one damn nice looking pump. Tell us about it!
One more dose of Salt for this week...
Titled: “Dude having a really good day”
Credit to Owner/Builder/Driver
Thanks all. Stay warm
It's variety day!
Gary it's so great to see your artistry. I really have missed your original posts here.
Nice work Ron
Shhhhhh..... I was hoping nobody would notice.
Good to be back!
Welcome back GaryC. Thank you to all who posted. This is always a nice ending to a week.
great stuff Gary. It's very good to have you back!
Moose, I built that old truck several years ago. I subbed it with a volare torsion bar set up with dropped spindles. I put the rear axles on top of Posie low rider springs. The rear axle was a 57 Chevy passenger car axle. It sat so low I couldn't make a fist and put it between the ground and the bottom of the front fender. I c-notched the frame 7" and raised the bed floor about 5" to clear the rear axle. It had a G.M. crate 350 with a 700 r tranny. It had heat and air, a 59 Chevy(14" repop), bucket seats out of a ford of some sort. All brake lines, fuel lines and stuff were new. It was a fun ride. The door art was done by a neighbor and he had to lay on the ground to paint it. I wish I had never sold it.
Thanks Moose! Original Erie I restored years ago. It is in my playroom. Best part it has original mint glass top. Very hard to find one not broken. They make plastic reproductions. But this is the real deal. Can be bought for5 k. Thanks again Mark
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I think Gary Campesi's orange 46 Ford custom is killer!
I was just joking around. But there was a Mercedes sports car that ran at LeMans with an air brake that looked very similar.
Good to see you back, Gary!
Nice drawing! I can see the Lime Rock influence.
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