The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Moriarity, Feb 10, 2015.
My ol' heap at a car show a few weeks ago.
The hood / grille fit is perfect on the maroon truck !! I saw a previous pic using a floor jack etc to get the fit spot on. Later Bill
The Moonshine Festival in Dawsonville, Ga. was cool, overcast, & drizzily but still had a good showing of '40s.
I must have got there later than you fordnut40. The row of mostly 40s in front of the church had filled in more. Great turnout despite the weather.
Here’s a few more beauties, as always credit to owners and photographers
A little Color Run today
Those seat covers are the schiznit.
Perfect proportions. What are the plans for paint?
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just put on this 47 bumper.
^^^If someone had told me they were going to do that, I would have thought that I wouldn't like it, but I do^^^^^..........Weird.
How about a rear view?
here you go.
I like it, doing the front also?
Riegelsville, PA Fall Roll Out.
I’d like the blue Deluxe ^^^^^^^^^to keep my standard company. Thanks for posting.
Yes, but not till spring.
A few shots from the weekend.
Rick Bonenberger came over to a chili party, in St Peters, MO, in his Joe Bailon built '40 convert. Such a cool car!
On the way home from the chili party weekend, I stopped for a couple of photos.
That black convertible is a true representation of a '40 Ford in the '50s-'60s.
without the bumper guards?
6303166D-A327-4EAA-A5FC-3A78C73E17F7 by Zax posted Nov 6, 2018 at 7:43 PM
DC99EA7F-898F-4286-A1EF-57CBB41BA38D by Zax posted Nov 6, 2018 at 7:43 PM
Just picked this up last week. Always wanted a 40. It’s in pretty good shape. Let the fun begin!
That sedan reminds me of my first 40 Ford! One of those I wish I had not sold. Had to sell it to buy my first 40 coupe though.....so I guess I can live with that decision....
So what's the story on this nice sedan Branded?
Bought the 40 from a older fella that had owned it since 1965 and kept in his garage. It hadn’t been run for several years but he had intentions of restoring it one day. Age caught up with him (90) and he realized it was never going to happen. I bought it a couple months ago and plan on making it safe and road worthy mechanically but doing nothing to the body or interior.
Super cool. Looks like a fantastic 40
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