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Hot Rods Lets see some Golden Hot Rods

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 1lucky1, Jul 20, 2017.

  1. wg6767
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  5. MIKE STEWART
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    My Dad's 1939 - we are currently working on. Dupont lacquer - 1968 Caddy fireburst gold - painted in the early 1970's. 2016-06-25 15.25.02.jpg
     
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    If I repaint my roadster.... T in Gold With White Upholstery.jpg
     
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  9. My friend Tim Cantlle's 35 Ford truck.
    It is a real 50's hot rod, found as a cab, bed, and fenders, no frame running gear or history.
    It is now finished full fendered, 330 hemi, 39 Ford transmission Zephyr gears, 40 Ford rear.

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    Just finished
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  10. 1lucky1
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    Nice,Keep them coming
     
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    Same as above, but with top on.

    IMG_20150815_093838232.jpg
     
  13. Pufff
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    Bob Routhenwaite's coupe. Nose was Gold, does that count? bob routhenwaite.jpg bob routhenwaite1.jpg
     
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  15. LAROKE
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    I think that is "Sierra Sunrise", salesman speak for utility tan.
     
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  16. Gary Addcox
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    That grille has some serious labor in it. Really sets off the '34.
     
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  17. Gary Addcox
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    This rodder knew what he was doing when he set up the front end, a tube axle WITH a 4-bar. Somebody's listening ! LOL
     
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  18. flatheadpete
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    Fast Eddie.jpg
    Fast Eddie's hot rod T.
     
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  20. Pufff
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    The axle was a stock tube axle out of a 37 Ford V8-60.
    Zane.
     
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    Almond Fawn
     
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  22. Gene Winfield's 1935 Ford Shop Truck ...

    ... in 1961:

    Gene Winfield 1935 Ford Shop Truck - circa 1961.jpg

    ... in 1962:

    Gene Winfield 1935 Ford Shop Truck - 1962 Car Show.jpg

    ... and the debut of the restored truck at the 61st GNRS (2010):

    Gene Winfield 1935 Shop Truck  at 2010 GNRS (3-4 Front by Dave Lindsay) .jpg
    Gene Winfield 1935 Shop Truck  at 2010 GNRS (3-4 Rear by Dave Lindsay) .jpg
    images by Dave @SoCalCarCulture Lindsay
     
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  23. 1lucky1
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    This was mine,Sold it a coupe of years ago,Wish I could keep all of them 284523-1303326051-cd6c03681b9b851ebed72def3080517a.jpg
     
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  24. Here's some more pics of Lee Pratt's '40 Coupe ...

    ... on the (Subscriber & Newsstand) covers of TRJ issue Number Thirteen:

    TRJ_13B.jpg
    TRJ_13A.jpg
    ... and from @Ryan's July 28th 2014 TJJ Blog entitled The Lee Pratt '40:

    Lee_Pratt_1940_by_Ryan (1).jpg
    Lee_Pratt_1940_by_Ryan (2).jpg
    Lee_Pratt_1940_by_Ryan (3).jpg
    Lee_Pratt_1940_by_Ryan (4).jpg
    Lee_Pratt_1940_by_Ryan (5).jpg
    Lee_Pratt_1940_by_Ryan (6).jpg
     
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    Not sure where I got the picture 2.jpg
     
  26. Al Consoli
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  27. Nick Lepesh's Candy GOLD Metalflake 1941 Ford Pickup at the 1963 San Jose Autorama:

    Nick Lepesh's Candy Gold Metalflake '41 Pickup at 1963 San Jose Car Autorama.jpg
    image by James Handy
    NOTE: Under the hood was an Oldsmobile engine with a high rise manifold and dual carburetors. Body modifications included the dual quad headlights, dog bone running boards and a rolled rear pan with 1963 Impala taillights. The interior was done in GOLD and white, and featured a 40 Ford dash and an Impala steering wheel.
     
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  28. Dave Robertson’s (very heavy) Lime GOLD Metalflake '56 Ford Pickup dubbed "Lil' Nugget" at the 1963 Oakland Roadster Show (GNRS):

    Dave Robertson’s  Lime Gold Metalflake Lil' Nugget '56 Ford at the 1963 GNRS.jpg
    image by James Handy
    NOTE: The truck featured canted quad headlights, a perforated mesh grille, Cadillac taillights and front & rear rolled pans. The engine was a '59 Cadillac with two four barrel carbs. Eddie Martinez did the Pearl white and GOLD upholstery. This truck is still alive and well in Long Beach, California.
     
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