The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by HOTRODPRIMER, Apr 17, 2021.
I ran across this photo and it seems like it is well done , PLEASE no billet wheels. HRP
1957 Orrville custom-bodied 3 door crew cab
Most of the ones I've got images of are rough as a cob but they are pretty neat none the less.
6-1/2" cab extension
one I built a while back....
Jim, I went to your site and read about the build, that truck and the work you did is very impressive, how long did it take you to built it, I know you sold it but is it still on the road? HRP
"My grandpa had one just like it"
I forget how long it took to build it, but I think it was a couple weeks, then later I spent another week or so when I swapped on the fleetside bed, did some more bodywork, and gave it the two tone primer job.
There is actually one of those beautifully restored in the closet town of any size to us. I thought it was just a closed cab pickup that someone installed glass where the stock relief on the cab was supposed to be. (you'll have to look close to this '29 to catch my drift.)
Bad pic but Chapouris built this at pc3g pre Socal days. Chuck DeHeras Model A
Here are a couple pics of one built by Russ Stoiber of Toledo Ohio(now somewher
e in Florida).
Cool truck and I bet it hauls arse. HRP
No this is different. HRP
Whole lotta fugly on this thread
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