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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Johnyeyeball, Jun 12, 2012.
That looks awesome! Good luck.
thanks my friends for the feed back
What size tires are you running? What did you use for frame paint? It looks great!
British racing Dunlop 750 16 in rear. Dunlop 550 16 in front on Kelsey hays. The tires are special order from England and are very expensive too much to do it again but very cool tred
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[/IMG] got my shocks on
[/IMG] I got theese off a 1931 indi car
[/IMG] just mocked up
Nice! So is the jailhouse sign!! ~sololobo~
just wait till you get all that elmo dust on her
i will bring some home lol
Damn!!! Thats perfect!
Pre WWII is very kool....same reason mine is set up almost identically to yours
Loving the look of those wheel trims. Saved a picture from a thread a while ago with these fitted on steels. Very nice touch.
Looks great and is progressing nicely! How did you get the wire wheels to fit up front with the Lincoln drums? Did you have to run a spacer on the outside of the drum, and have long studs on the hub?
yea there is a little ring spacer so the wheels dont crack
What a great roadster, the style and all wow...
I've been wondering what's been going on with this thing? Hurry up!!!!
lol $$$$$$$ is not in my budget
Great build, has just the the right look!
Might want to run later running gear---IF you plan on cross country trips.
I started out with the same setup in 1962.
After 1 year of shearing the cluster in the '39 box, & twisting both axle keyways, I gave up & converted to late model running gear.
No more problems encountered with 300,000 miles to date.-------Don
I live in so cal. So their is no real reason to go any ware else except bonneville lol
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Keep us posted,,the roadster IS looking good. HRP
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