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Projects How not to build a hotrod - My '33 Plymouth

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Johnny Sparkle, Jan 6, 2018.

  1. The37Kid
    Joined: Apr 30, 2004
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    Almost three months since the last update, wonder what color he painted it?


    Bob
     
  2. Dedsoto
    Joined: Jan 7, 2014
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    from Australia
    1. Aussie HAMBers

    Probably watching Cosmos and datin' floosies :rolleyes:
     
  3. Lil'Alb
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    from brier, wa

    I wish I had your username. Seriously though, this had potential to be the best thread on the HAMB. Hope he keeps it up.
     
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  4. Runnin shine
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    He has pulled himself away to other projects before. Then he seems to come back hitting it harder than ever with equal amounts of tenacious cool fabrication and humor.


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  5. Johnny Sparkle
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    I fixed that for you.
     
  6. Runnin shine
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    Panheads, Knucks, Shovels or even a 45 will never be crap.


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  7. Johnny Sparkle
    Joined: Sep 20, 2003
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    I'll have to give a proper update some time soon. I didn't accomplish much, honestly.

    I did stash a '29 roadster in my laundry room today. So that's something.
     

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  8. hotrod1948
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    You are obviously unmarried!
     
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  9. Hope you air dry it, after you wash it. Tumble cycle is not so kind .. me thinks.
     
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  10. SEAAIRE354
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    Those body panels don’t look to good. No bullet holes or wrinkles to hit with hammers. Not to mention a complete deck lid. Where’s the fun in that?


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  11. Johnny Sparkle
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    It's not nearly stupid enough for me, I'd be in danger of having a complete car waaay too easily. That's why I'm gonna use it to hold blankets for a while. There are a few bullet holes to fix, thankfully.

    I have my '33 Plymouth grill and hood, and a 35 Buick grill and hood snuggled in the other corner of the laundry room. Only the classiest of home decor for me.
     

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  12. Budget36
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    But he has a few clean shirts it seems;)
     
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  13. nunattax
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    could be a woman in that house no clutter or breakfast ware on the table.!
     
  14. Squablow
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    That shadowbox on the kitchen wall is the coolest thing I've seen in this thread!
     
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  15. UGOTBIT
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    from Upstate NY

    I just checked my laundry room for roadsters...nothing.
     
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  16. Rckt98
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    Ouch.
     
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  17. BJR
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    Now that's just funny, I don't care who you are.:p
     
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  18. stanlow69
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    from red oak

    Have you checked your basement yet ?
     
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  19. Johnny Sparkle
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    He's not wrong.
     
  20. Rickybop
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    from Michigan

    "I did stash a '29 roadster in my laundry room today."

    Only on the HAMB. LOL

    Although, I did live with a family in the 70s who were bikers. They had a complete, disassembled Harley stashed in the bedroom and a big long red and chrome Triumph chopper displayed proudly in the dining room.

    I like it.
    I'm gonna have to bring some parts in the house. Transmission on the dresser...
     
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  21. When my uncle bought his house in Florida, there were no less than 4 fully assembled Harleys in the living room. After he moved in, he parked his Cushman scooters and Mustang mini bike in the living room.
     

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