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Hot Rods How about a deuce for the family!!!!!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by bluesman, Mar 13, 2010.

  1. bluesman
    Joined: Feb 16, 2008
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    bluesman
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    from spring tx

    thats what i am working on right now...hope to see u there thanks...
     
  2. pincher
    Joined: Sep 12, 2007
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    pincher
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    from Saginaw

    That is a really sweet ride you have their,you'r family will have a blast in it. I built a 33 Ford Sedan years ago and my family really enjoyed it. Car was chopped 4" and sectioned 3",I can still remember my girl's in the back seat letting me know when the traffic light's turned green..........PINCHER
     
  3. hey its very nice.. looks like fun from now on!!!!!

    if you don't mind...some questions
    rear end width.?.hung how? seems the tires are tucked in nice
    shifter? and column is from? hooked how?

    frame appears to be boxed some what.. is it ?

    I like it ....my stocker should like like yours someday hopefully
    best o luck
     
  4. bluesman
    Joined: Feb 16, 2008
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    bluesman
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    from spring tx

    thanks....width not sure,but the rear end is a nine inch it is hung with parrall leaf springs.column i asume is a f-100 truck that was covert from 3-spped to auto..the person i bought the car from really didnt know details:mad: she bought the car as a runner.....and the frame is in places boxed....
     
  5. love sedans like that
     
  6. texdesoto
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  7. bluesman
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    bluesman
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    from spring tx

    this is classic!!!! very well said..very true frank.....
     
  8. ST. 515
    Joined: Mar 29, 2008
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    ST. 515
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    from TEXAS

    Thats so cool bro!!!...You did good, now bring it to the shop so we can take at closer look:)...Now you can sale me that junkie old 36 coupe!~ lol

    -Saint
     
  9. Found this old post.
    Very cool Tudor, where is it now?
     
  10. I recall that sedan also....and ya where is it at now???
     
  11. bluesman
    Joined: Feb 16, 2008
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    bluesman
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    from spring tx

    Last I heard it was in California...
     
  12. John Stimac
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    John Stimac
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    Congratulations, and welcome to the promised land
     

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