The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by hemi man, Sep 8, 2009.
here is mine!!!
Here is mine at Watkins Glen Raceway
What did you do to get it to set like that ?
Heres my Two d 100's: 57 Sweptside and a 63 D100
for sale, too
My buddy's old truck. It was almost completely rust free and very cool.
Here's my P 100 (not really!).
Check this out:
Picture of Jay with his sons' D100 I delivered to Nebraska from California
Rare factory big block V-8 in a shortbed
Jay goes to New York to be Santa every year (has been for decades)
He is a well known mountain man & performs with Michael Martin Murphy
heres mine. i picked it up yesterday.
Yeah-Inquiring minds want to know-How Did you get that truck to sit like that?? Looks good!
Chop, cut , rebuild ..
Front is from www.fatmanfab.com , rear is from www.nolimit.net
Used the fatbar system on the rear
Nice! Looks familiar, did it come out of the Sacramento area?
yep, rocklin. i went up there after work, then drove it 2 hours home last night.
Awesome! That is the one I was looking at on Craigslist then. Sweptline's are great, I just have waaaaaay too many projects. Glad it found a good home!
Old thread, I know, but I'm wondering why the other Swepline thread was closed? There were a few non-traditional trucks in there, but a lot of them looked on-topic.
Anyway, here's a picture of the '66 I just picked up. Plan on a mostly traditional shop/push truck type of build. I am already working on getting rid of the flat black.
I wound guess because the cutoff for the HAMB is 66 and the thread title says up to 71.
Here is a Video of my 57 D100
Yeah, but the style of the truck is the same from 1961 through 1971.
This one belongs to my pal Chopper. HRP
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