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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Stogy, Apr 2, 2020.

  1. Stogy
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    I started a Thread Recently on Half Fendered Hotrods and it caught some of the Membership off Guard as they posted quite a few with Front Cycle Style fenders WITH the Rear fenders as well which is not truly Half Fendered...

    This Thread is for Hambers That Have Hotrods with Fenders Fixed to Body or Rear End, Bobbed, Unbobbed, Trailer, Flat Steel, Spare Tire Rings...

    This is an Inspirational Thread but ALSO one of Understanding what went on back in 1965 and prior to that...It was a Grand time in Hotrod well worth celebrating...;)

    By the way I get the Fronts regardless of type OEM or Cycle they are in fact fixed but the Cycle and Cycle Style generally Turn when the Hotrod is Steered where the OEM do not...

    I actually like the Look Equally...

    This Thread is a look at the Application across the complete Hamb Period and ALL Makes Allowed Via the Guidelines...right till 1965...

    We All should know that Hotrods built Post 65 are allowed IF built to a 1965 and Older Period Look...

    Since Stogy's Ole Hotrod Doesn't make the cut here I will post a Couple of Fellas that probably felt outed once they found out...


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    :rolleyes:...This is a real interesting Hotrod...The width of that back fender is amazing...something I associate with newer trends but nope...I believe the Fronts are Spare tire Rings Cut down and sealing the Hotrod Deal...



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    https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum...el-a-roadster-that-was-built-in-1959.1065002/

    :rolleyes:...Hamber @cactus1's Time Capsule of Hotrod Bliss...

    So lets get some Multi fendered Cool Going Hambers...;)

    Credit to Photographers, Owners
     
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  3. Stogy
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    Chasing-a-Dream2.jpg

    :rolleyes:...an Inspiration of Hamber @GordonC's Hotrod

    Credit to All That Inspired This
     
  4. Murphy32
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    from Minnesota

    I've got some of them too-


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  5. Stogy
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    There now we're on the same page...Home Run @Murphy32...​
     
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  6. Stogy
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    Flat_rearAcoupe.JPG

    :rolleyes:...paging @Phil P

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  7. Stogy
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    10710684_873672876000534_6730534688847654186_n.jpg
    :rolleyes:...Model B Hotrod
    Looking the part just fine...

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  8. Phil P
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    That's more like I was thinking . Also the Milner coupe is inspiring.

    Phil
     
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  9. Stogy
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    I'm thinking that's actually a trimmed fender but it also may be a Flat trimmed sheet with a piece of rod bar welded to the trimmed edge...
     
  10. Stogy
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    1932fo10.jpg

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  11. Thanks @Stogy! Another great thread!
     
  12. Stogy
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    Hillar MA.jpg

    :rolleyes:...good thing there's a radio in this evil wicked mean and nasty Monster...tunes are important...:D

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  13. Stogy
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    img773_orig.jpg

    :rolleyes:...one Proud Hotrodder

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  14. Stan Back
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  15. I know this is off topic for this thread but your half fendered thread caused me to think the other day.

    I have never really seen one that I can recall but I always figured that front fenders were more important than rears. Especially in the rain or the mud.

    Thanks now I can not think about it. LOL
     
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  16. Marty Strode
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    Al Drake's 29, had only one on, at this time, half legal ! 2012-09-23 123518.jpg
     
  17. Marty Strode
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    That's an old picture, with Jack Gardner's # 25 in the background.
     
  18. Stogy
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    :rolleyes:...that's Funny Marty...:D

    That's an interesting lower frame cover...real purpose built...maybe that fender ended up on the side of the road...​
     
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  19. Stogy
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    There's already been a couple mentioning getting sprayed in the face going left around corners in the rain and soaking the inebriated sleeping girlfriend with the right turns...:D
     
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  20. A Boner
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    Here is a outstanding example!
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  21. Marty Strode
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    My old friend Wayne Miller. 2012-08-31 182244.jpg
     
  22. Stogy
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    Hambers...I much appreciate your sharing the Memories and Good Times and reasons so many OEM front fenders ended up at Swapmeets...:D

     
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    So Stogy...What thread comes next..Cars with hubcaps on the front and wheels painted half black/halfwhite on the rear?
     
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  25. Marty Strode
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    Another one with an interesting exterior mount ! 2012-08-31 191115.jpg
     
  26. Hot Rod Nut
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    100_3625.JPG Here's mine
     
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  27. Stovebolt
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    I stole all these pictures from many different sources. downloadfile-11.jpg I know this has been shown already - but Its too good a car not to be shown in 87852300_1828508060615845_7254034466832646144_o.jpg all it's versions.

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  28. Stan Back
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    "I know this has been shown already - but it's too good a car not to be shown . . ."

    . . . and here're 2 (really 3) more . . .

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