The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by therealjakeg, Jan 22, 2015.
Any info on who's building this Deuce?
I'm with you Dean. HRP
Wanda, got me thirsty for some Root Beer... LOL!
Many beautiful builds, my favorite three were the black '32 Roadster with the Riley overhead built by Custom Auto, Casney's '29 Roadster that is a perfect A on '32 frame, and the Norm Garbowski's T redone back to the first incarnation. Many other great builds and some very weird attempts to reinvent the hot rod. Strangest being the '37 Lincoln with the two grills.
Great coverage cuz!
Great pics, thanks for sharing with us.
Thanks for posting. Looks like a good time.
Great pics, great cars..........but is Hop Up REALLY back?..........who,what,where?........andyd
Hop up is back. The first new issue is out in April!
Trying like hell. There's too many damn people here to get a clear shot!
Great pics! Did you get any shots of the 39 sedan next to the twin nose?
It's parked right behind ours we can tomorrow
@therealjakeg - Nice pics! ... Nice coverage! ... Thanks for sharing!
Highlander, that is a Hollywood Hot Rods build, NOT ONE piece ever saw the inside of the Packard factory. Somebody care really roll aluminum well. I was told it is a future Ridler contender. Bob
Great pics! Thanks for posting.
It cannot compete for the Ridler now that it has been at this show. One of their rules is a car or any unique component of the car cannot be shown at any other car show to be eligible. Maybe they are going to try for the AMBR award?
Austin speed shop.
thank you for sharing your badass pics........................
Thanks again for the pics
I was there, I thumped it. It is 99% Packard. The door skins are new and the vents in the side of the hood. I too was amazed at the shine on the metal, Troy said many hours with 400 grit and you too can make steel look like that.
Here us go. Hope this works.
last one is us loading it up. Headed back to Arizona. We fit in at the suede palace. Had a good time. Great job.
Went to the G.N. Show over the weekend. For a show that was advertised as a roadster show, the coupes and sedans and low riders sure out numbered the roadsters. Don't get me wrong, all the cars on show were beautiful. I just wish there had of been more roadsters there to look at.
AMBR winner 2015. From Sioux Falls South Dakota. Nice to see as I am from Watertown and its a pleasure to have something in common. Congrats!!
Impossible to leave the Early Ford Store without dropping a grand.
so after you fed the chooks what did you eat? Surely that isn't pineapple!
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