The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Spoggie, Oct 3, 2019.
10-4 Big Buddy, looks like we got us a convoy... an art convoy...
Nice work Steve and Bob!
I love these Mark! I love your new watermark idea too.
Hot Rod Collector Card - Series 1, Card #3
Fabulous image Bob! I love old trains almost as much as cars.
Very cool vintage image and presentation.
Three totally different styles and all three very attractive.. Great work Steve.
Tanks Dan, love what you’ve posted as well.
Have a great weekend everyone!
I made this panel in honor of TROG. This is a custom bead rolled panel with some air brushing I’m trying to learn how to air brush so that’s a little rough. Enjoy and as always if you would like something created please contact me, I would love to make it for you!
57 Corvette Bob, agree with Dan Greenberg love trains. Great work.
BOB BROOKS Bixby Knolls COMPETITION COUPE
Bob Brooks was a Bixby Knolls local from elementary school onward. He went through the same time period with drag race icons like Tom McEwen, Bud Rasner, Gary Gabelich, and others from the same neighborhood. Their hot rod escapades were many years before our time on the cruising scene. Cruising, building hot rods, drag race cars and going to high school were all part of growing up in So Cal.
We knew of these guys from racing at Lions Dragstrip and at Reath Automotive. They had several cars that were pretty outstanding from those early years. We all know about Tom McEwen and his hot rods. Then teaming up with Bud Rasner in the Rasner/McEwen Fiat Coupe. Bob Brooks was part of that team and all were friends at the time. This is to commemorate that early, yellow competiton coupe we saw at Lions Dragstrip. Brooks also worked at nearby Mickey Thompson’s shop in the Westside of Long Beach.
1959 Bob Brooks Competition Coupe Lions
We always wondered what some of these coupes and roadsters would do at Bonneville with a few minor changes. Add in some body cladding, and a nose cone like the Kenny Lindley/Don Hampton white, front supercharged FED, etc. Full speed ahead !!!
Lindley/Hampton... sound 1959
Image by edcodesign posted Mar 13, 2019 at 5:14 PM
Image by edcodesign posted Oct 18, 2018 at 7:33 PM
Friday's are a gas, great start !
an old truck fall weekend.
...wanted to share this bead-rolled sign that"56 Dodge pickup" made for me;...I mounted it on a piece of stained 3/8" plywood,...very nice work from Jim....it's 23 X 13"
That's some talent right there, awesome .
...since Dan has a big truck theme goin, here's one I saw at the Iron Invasion in 2016,..(don't know why some pics are loading sideways)...and a couple new boards...
What a great Friday. Spoggie, Bob, I always love your work. I especially love trains though having grown up in a railroad town.
Great FAS everyone.
One from tha old sketch pad, for the big truck theme. Ron.....
A couple of very quick sketches of a Deuce Coupe inspired by a thread here on the Hamb. First a 50s style with a flathead then on the other side of the same paper I made it more 60s style with a blown Hemi and slotmags.
Great FAS guys. Always look forward to the FAS.
Love it @robber! Both the car and your picture of it.
Awesome @Ron Funkhouser!
Very cool! I always love your boards. I especially like the one with the green truck this time.
Hilden, Nova Scotia, Canada - September 21, 2019 : Scotia Pine Show & Shine at Scotia Pine Campground.
1923 Ford T-bucket hot rod
1929 Ford Model A sedan & 1932 Ford Deuce roadster
1932 Ford Deuce roadster
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