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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by J.Ukrop, Dec 9, 2016.

  1. J.Ukrop
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  2. HRS
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  3. Squablow
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    7" channel on a '29 and a full-height '32 grille, I love it. It looks right. I like the Lyon whitewall discs too, not sure I've seen them on a period pic like this before.
     
  4. treb11
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    Notice the 32 tank in the rear. Very clean overall integrated looks.
     
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  5. flamingokid
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    Forgiving the nerf bar,I like everything about it.It is well thought out and pleasing to the eye.
     
  6. Burny
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    Very Jeep like, especially the rear 3/4...cool
     
  7. Probably channeled over a 32 frame, using the deuce fenders, tank, frame horn covers & grille shell.

    Mick
     
  8. sloppy jalopies
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    As a pre teen, 1967 to 1969 I watched 1 of the 3 channels we had...
    Saturday Night at the movies, Mom gave us 1/2 a paper cup of MnMs and 1/2 a paper cup of cocktail peanuts... I ate them watching the 1958 movie attack of the giant gilla monster... a B movie [or less] worst singing i have ever heard... but the kids all drove hot rods, they called them bombs, a T bucket, '32 roadster, '32 coupe, '40 coupe etc. ... the '32 roadster crashed into the monster with 4 jars of nitro on the seat... Gilla guts everywhere... I said then, I'm gonna have one of those climb in hot rods someday... in the summer of 1983 I did... a 1930 fenderless roadster pick up...
    .... what hooked you ?
    ............ 1948 ford car brakes out front...
     
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  9. dicer2000
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    You might enjoy seeing that movie again on Youtube:

    (And my grandpa's model a's hooked me)


    Sent from my iPhone using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
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  10. 302GMC
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    Nothing better than a channeled, full fendered Ford. What would the front brakes be on the RP ?
     

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