The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Chris, Mar 4, 2016.
I got one too. Looking for a new home
George: The Kurt McCormick 3W gets me every time. What an awesome car!
In case this has not been up before.
I can't think of a full fendered 32 that sits better than Mark Morton's roadster.
But this ol fucker comes close.
I'm more of a slut than a whore!
ARRGHHHH, George, Larry Braga's car, my only weakness!
Coupla cool "T" photos showed up on Dick Page's page this morning...
As long as I am digging through "T" stuff...
And, Since Falcon George brought up Larry Braga...
'Nother coupla "T"s...
Gotta show a couple of these too...
One last one. The blonde dork in the back ground is a 25 year old me. L.A.R.S. about '91 or so.
I realize it's awfully 70's-ey for this site, but I've LOVED that TT flatbed since I was a wee lad.
Yup. Stance out the ying-yang on that car...Gotta love the King-Bee 98-99's
I just noticed that "T pickup" in post #682 has to be home made. There's no such thing in a closed cab.
Unfortunately the links to the photos are broken, but check posts 233-236, theres quite a bit of info about this truck
EDIT: Jeems post 238 still has one of the photos attached. Chip also posted another pic of it earlier in that thread, before it was finished.
I collected the doors and cab-back years ago, along with a 28-29 closed-car cowl. I never did anything with it, after I realized the door hinges are in different locations. T cowl solves that.
I love this car because it's as much custom as it is hot rod, and it has a ton of clean details on it, I like the painted suspension and I like the wheelbase it runs, and it's tall!
And I love this picture because the people in the car look normal-sized. I've seen a ton of period pictures of people in roadsters and they all look like they're 4'8" and fit in with room for 3, like a T is the size of a Cadillac. This one picture really shows the scale of the T, which is tiny and you more sit "on" it than "in" it.
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