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History Full fender Roadster Pictures

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 08racer, Nov 14, 2013.

  1. 08racer
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    I'll start
     

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  2. BONNEVILLE BOB 95
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  3. The late Deuce Roadster (Randy Nash) all steel original Henry '32,, HRP

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  4. My friend Joe's original Henry steel '32. 468 BBC with a Doug Nash 5 speed. Looks like a street rod, but it is a hot rod!

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  5. Pewsplace
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    I don't know who built this one but I am in love with the overall look of the 33 shown above. Nice job!
     

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  6. Pewsplace
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    Here are a few more with fenders that I like. While I like the no fender versions I could learn to love any of these beauties. The blue one has a NOS Ardun motor and was owned by Harry Warner in the early days.
     

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  7. Randy P
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    Ian Cusey:

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  8. Randy P
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    JPBanjo:
     

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  9. Randy P
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    Murphy Tiffany:
     

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  10. 41 C28
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    My A full fender roadster.
     

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  11. Randy P
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    Neal East / Richard Munz:
     

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  12. just hafta join in the fun. A couple different looks,maybe?:p
     

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  13. ezdusit
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    My hemi-powered '32 Plymouth roadster -- a work in progress.
     

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  14. Randy P
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  16. Randy P
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    Doane Spencer:

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  17. Randy P
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  18. Randy P
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    Of course, not all roadsters are '32s, nor have they all been modified (yet?):

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  19. mj40's
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    This roadster pickup belongs to a friend.

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    And another.

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  20. chinarus
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    My favorites - hmmm guess they're not 32,33, or 34.
     

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  21. I clicked on to post some of mine and see that two of the ones you posted are mine. (First two in second row) Here's a few more.
     

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  22. rick finch
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    Mark Morton's...

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  23. rick finch
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  27. rick finch
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    Gotta include Gray's...

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  28. Special Ed
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  29. 40fordconv
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    Great looking cars.
     
  30. 296ardun
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    They don't get much better than this, originally built by Paul Hornung, after he was killed in a motorcycle accident, it went to the late Gray Baskerville. Each new owner has treasured it, even kept the primer on the fenders. I knew Paul when he drove it, he worked at a gas station on north Fair Oaks in Pasadena, CA in front of the shop where I was building my fuel DeSoto dragster with Bob Keilty..(Don Montgomery used to work there too). Paul was a great guy and taught young dumb kids like I was about real hot rodding.
     
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