The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 55chieftan, Oct 4, 2009.
Hey T.W.Dustin,Did you ever find tail lights? Iam still looking for mine.
Heres my 36 Dodge, 55 Imperial Hemi, 727 trans.
Here is my 36 Dodge 55 Imperial Hemi, 727 trans
Very nice badlite!
I dig it too badlight. Whats the chop?
4" front 3 1/2 rear 3" channel
my 33 pc with a very long way to go
Great thread. Here are a few pics of mine.
My 38 Plymouth 4 door
my 39 Plymouth
and my old hot rod
I just bought this 36 Plymouth Touring sedan about a month ago, after getting a tip about some old cars that were in some tall weeds behind a fence. I was able to buy it pretty cheap, and I messed with the flathead enough to get it started, and drove it around the yard for a few days just for the hell of it. I have just gotten started working on it for serious the past few weeks.
This is the thread that tells about finding the car, with pictures of the other car that was in those weeds, a 1942 Dodge Business Coupe, and pics of a 1937 Dodge pickup, which is the vehicle I stopped to look at in the first place.
Great seeing these early Chrysler products. Here's my '35 I recently bought.
Cool car bro....
Here's my '38.
very nice cars upon here..
mines a mutilated '35 KCL pick up
my '37 Plymouth:
Has '39 Chevy headlights, wipers moved to the cowl, hidden door hinges, and I suggest you move the firewall back as much as you can, you'll appreciated the extra space under the hood.
I took these pics at a hot rod show in christchurch, new zealand a year or so ago.
Love the art deco trim.
The Raven started out with a 39 Dodge chassis and running gear. Arthur's brother Chuck rolled over the 39 sedan and Arthur ended up with a chassis. One day in 1950 he decided to build himself a car on top of that chassis. Nine years later he ended up with the Raven.
The car still has the same chassis. It floats like a boat going down the road with it's bias ply tires. A blast to drive.
Heres my babies, 33 plymouth roadster, 35 plymouth 5 window, 39 dodge 3 window. I haven't even got the 39 home yet, lol.
All three are australian bodied cars, the 33 by "holden" and the other two by TJ Richards.
Great Post! I'm a big fan of '30s Mopars.
I really dig this configuration
Famous New Zealand 34 Plymouth Coupe, built 59 thru 62.
Killer stance! I'm not a big skirts fan but I'm loving it with the skirts on!
Great Cars guys thanks !
Here's a 37 D5 coupe that I just got after a year long search. I missed out on a nice one on ebay last year (now belongs to burnzy37) and got a little obsessed afterwards. The search has ended, now just need to find a banjo wheel for it.
Gota love em !!!! LOL Tom (Tired Old Man)
Here are some of my 34 Coupe project pictures, as found, staged, and current with a 315 Poly motor and 4 speed. I found this one East of Carson City, Nevada. Bought it from a retired L.A. cop who has owned it since 1968.
Here's mine. Bought it off a HAMBer this summer. Paul
my 1938 Plymouth truck, in my avatar
Two sweet '38s!
fantastic to see the early 30s mopars getting done,lets see more of it.
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