The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by raprap, Dec 1, 2015.
Holy cow,,,Yes its real!!!
We all have our own tastes and opinions.That is what makes this world so great.None of us are right or wrong for liking or disliking this vehicle.
Consider this Buick derivative posted earlier this year on the HAMB
in Milwaukee.I really liked the way the rear was built...but hated it from the cowl forward.
Nostrebor, what is the electrolux lookin' deal over the intake on that thing?
Ya just know, people lock their doors when that thing pulls up alongside! I think it's got potential.
Saw a video on this car; I don't remember if it was You Tube or not. I suppose one of these guys could have tossed a fiberglass T-Bucker, Austin, or one of the early English sports car bodies on, but at least it's still somewhat "American", and not in the scrap pile. Not something I would build, but it's thinking outside the box. I am butch/56sedandelivery.
I dig it! Wild & creative. There are plenty of tasteful, classic 57s around.... this one is outrageous!
Rev is right!
Funny how people react to the unexpected. Even I get burned out looking at the same type of build all the time. Kustomizer didn't let himself get shoehorned on this build.
Seriously? I'm diggin' the crap out of it! A lot of original ideas and excellent attention to detail. It's a cool rig, Daddio! (Ed Roth is smiling.)
the intake thing looks like a 57 front fender !!!!
[QUOTE="mike bowling, post: 11283698, member: 207754" (Ed Roth is smiling.)[/QUOTE].......................................For sure.
That is what I like about this hobby ! You can build anything you want.Definite roth ish!
I like it. Almost has a Roth vibe, but in steel. -Dave
I think the builder has a lot of vision and amazing skills! Not my type car,but what a job!
Not my cup of T but I like it.
Anyone have a link to the thread this car is in? I've tried searching and can't find it. I'd like to see more of the car.
I mean the car with the 60 buick rear quarters shown in post 33 in this thread.
Kustomizer's post #32
Creative and talented what's not to like, very cool.
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