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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by J.Ukrop, Sep 8, 2017.

  1. J.Ukrop
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    J.Ukrop submitted a new blog post:

    In A Tub

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    Continue reading the Original Blog Post
     
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  2. It reminds me of one of my favorites, and help with the owner as my brain is frozen
    T touring2.jpg
     

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  3. butch27
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    Why was there so many '26-'27s and few '17 to '25s. ???
     
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  4. @J.Ukrop -

    Very cool '26 Touring!

    I grew up in Fremont in the '60s and thought I knew every hot rod in town ... but don't remember seeing Mr. Mack's Tub.

    Coincidentally ... I started a new thread last night (1966 OAKLAND ROADSTER SHOW ARCHIVES) ... and the photo I chose to post in the OP is of Chuck Brazier's '29 Hiboy ... and Jim Mack's '26 Tub:

    Chuck Brazier's '29 Hiboy & Jim Mack's '26 Tub at '66 GNRS.jpg
     
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  5. 2935ford
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    Yup, tubs are fun! :)
    ac 004a.jpg
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  6. bowie
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    Great lookn' tub then and still. Just the right mix of early 60's HOT and antique.
     
  7. verde742
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    WOOD !!!!
     
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  8. verde742
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    FUNNY, I remember Chuck Brazier: says he is from Oakland, but license plate says Washington State.
    I remember him sitting at the A&W Drive Inn, in Longview Washington in the 60's.
    Me thinks he was from Castle Rock, Wash.
    Wonder if he is still around?
     
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  9. MJW
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    Steel subrails and the mounting holes line up almost perfectly on a model A frame.
     
  10. G V Gordon
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  11. catdad49
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    That's my kind of Hot Tub! The others posted are mighty fine too.
     
  12. Pete Eastwood
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    from california

    '26 / '27's were all steel construction, the earlier bodies had wood framing.
    The all steel bodies just survive better.
     
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  13. Didn't Cub Barnett or someone Barnett have a good one?
     
  14. Joe Barnett:rolleyes:
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  15. Gr8laker
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    'cause they was still ridin' hosses?
     
  16. catdad49
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    I understand about the wood, but weren't the cowls on the early T's quite narrow? Not saying it's impossible to upgrade, just a little more difficult/ 5# of stuff in a 2# bag kinda thing. Hope everyone has a great weekend!
     
  17. Wonder where he got the idea for the headers? :)
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  18. verde742
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    Norm Grabowski built a '24-'25 touring, became my mother the car (TV flop )

    probably sitting in a TV prop warehouse, or crushed, like to know..[​IMG] this is what Hollywood did to this car:[​IMG]
     
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  19. Danny -

    Forgive my ignorance, but who is John? ... a fellow HAMBer? ... a fellow South Carolina Hot Rodder? ... ???

    At any rate, he has a cool tub!


    Sent from my iPhone using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
  20. slimefink
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    Love the "Tubs", here's mine 27/28 .
    Mike
     

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  21. Gearhead Graphics
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    Saw it advertised for sale the other day. Super tempting!
     
  22. Atwater Mike
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    Mine's a '27, currently on 'A' rails...have one left front fender, and one left rear. Considering the ol' '29fenders & running boards trick. Or go fenderless for awhile... Tubs are hot...
     
  23. Jeremy Baye owner/builder of 1945 Speed and Custom in Troy N.Y. T.R.O.G. west raccar.
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  24. TERPU
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    Without Question I'm a Tub man. These are more fun than anything you can own. I'm a little biased though :)

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    From this to -


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    in About 30 days, hence the name : MonTee
     
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  25. TERPU
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    One of my all time favorites!
     

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