The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57 Corvette ~ Bob, Aug 1, 2019.
Bluebird Daytona (ink). Looks like an England theme set...
1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt concept car styling but as if it was a 2-seat sportscar built on a 1968 Corvette chassis.
Oil on canvas
13" X 20"
@flynstone's newly aquired somewhat crudely modified Custom
with a Wee bit O' Love applied...
...If you click on the Thumbnail you can clic the arrows or pic and cycle the two versions...
Great Show Shaping up Hoodlums...Keep'em Coming...
Have a Great Weekend
His Thread below...
Awesome start my friends.
This is a custom bead rolled panel that I made for real good pinstripping buddy of mine.
Custom bead rolled panel message me if you are interested in having something made
...some fun scratch this week...
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The annual trek has begun. Bonneville 2019 is coming next week and the journey to the salt flats is on the horizon. There will be a ton of new builds and some old ones setting records, right and left. Full throttle acceleration, what could be better than that? Is it the prep for the journey and/or the destination?
During our hot rod days, we never gave a track-t style roadster any second looks. It must have been our liking of the “squarish” 27 Ford small grille or even the chopped version of the Model A grille. We always thought a 32 grille look funny when chopped or even on a Model A, let alone a T-roadster with a deck. Most of the roadsters had their own custom track style grilles, so, the only ones we saw were in car shows. (except for the Hunter, Hill, Acala Roadster )
With its full body pan, lowered stance, and a custom track grille, the smooth flow of the modified roadster, now, fills the bill. A small 283 SBC in the place of the original Flathead motor powers the red roadster. The highlight is the early, yellow, scallop flames and blue pinstriping.
Have a safe journey and lots of fun.
Alternate View of a Sunny Day
Just taking a break from cleaning the outside of the house. Forgot it is Friday. Something from the past.
available at WAL
From our summer weekly A&W Cruise-In, Woodside Ferry Terminal, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia Canada.
Image by edcodesign posted Jun 1, 2019 at 8:04 AM
Image by edcodesign posted Jun 22, 2017 at 8:36 AM
Holy cow I thought it was Thursday, great show !
This caught my eye....
Whoa ! Nice start on the show folks !
Here's one that will hopefully prolong the adrenaline rush .
I clicked off another year this week and my middle boy Paxton whipped out another HAMB appropriate art piece for the occasion:
My custom fabricated tall Schwinn bike. Art in my eyes. Rides awesome. Used two Schwinn bikes to make it. Gary p.s. if this is considered o.t. please delete it.
Finished the house. One more! A sign I made a while back.
...I had nothing to do with this but I get a chuckle out of it......it's now applied to all kinds of car stuff and isn't just a Rock N' Roll CD Cover now...
...Watching the Submarine Races...
But unbeknownst to them the Belly Tank Monsters are Lurking...
...my low bike...
Hey Hamb Historians...This is on the Westergard Roadster...Anybody know the story on this Art on the Lid?
Just Curious...they did kooky stuff back in the day...but is it truly Vintage?
Credit to Photographer, Owner
Not really art but cool looking
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