The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Stephen Barrett, Dec 19, 2019.
I installed those wheels intentionally! Henry 16" on front 17" on rear.....They're stayin'!
Oh good cause they look great.
Getting closer. Fitting top wood and the over the door panels
Mine, from last Summer. Road trip from Fla. to Canada for the Jalopy Jamup. First photo after arriving in Buffalo. 1200 miles, 21 hours. Second at my friend Paul's shop, with his Model A's. Third, across the Canadian border. Great adventure, great show!
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Wow! That's a long way. God bless you. I don't think I could do that.
You get used to leaning forward to look out lol, and all you need is a windshield to hit the road, or safety glasses
Need a "freaking awesome" button for those ^^^^^^^^
My Grt.Grt.Grt. Grandad's car not sure if it counts bcuz I'm not sure what it is?? I just know it's old and cool like my Grt.Grt.Grt. Grandad and Grandma was...
...close but it looks to be a 1915 T Touring...and it is very old indeed...
Credit to Photographer, Owner
I think we have a Bowtie sneaking into this most private Ford Meeting...
Really like the first one.
I probably wouldn't cut that one up to make a Hot Rod.
Mel Stulz @Dirtyest Devil's green A no info on the blue car both at the Oiler's Motor Speedway East meets West
Hunnert Car Pile Up, October 2007, Morris, Illinois
Here's mine . . .
Shhhhh, I'll make up for it with this one..lol
Rice there is an imposter in the room...just because several Deuces were robbed of their front noses doesn't mean the complete package can sneak in...
Heck is that a Vicky?
I thought about painting mine the same blue in the first picture. Still haven't made up my mind yet.
Really happy to see such a great response to my thread. Thank you. You guys really came through. Here's what's going on with mine right now. This tread really motivates me to get to work.
...Stephen...Get to Work Ho Ho Ho...
and You to Stogy......
Truth be it your doing circles around me...pssssst...Koz did the Roof on the Coupe...can't wait to see things running better than ever...
Thanks man. Koz is a great guy. I saw a roof he did at his shop. It came out amazing. He really knows his shit and he really hooked me up with my new motor. I couldn't be happier with it. Can't wait to get it in. Hoping to put the tranny on it tomorrow or at least take it off my old motor.
...This is an interesting story that I'm hoping may have worked out for the poster...a nicely Hopped Up Sedan ALL Barn...Oh Yeah...
I'll post up the thread if I can locate it...
Anyone remember it?...
Credit to Photographer, Owner
I see this thread running out of steam. Is that all you have.
Thank you Stogy for the information. My Grt.Grt.Grt.Grandad was in the Civil War and I'm sure he liked his Fancy Ford in the summer time with nice road's. But he grew up with farm horse's and they were most likely more dependable in the winter in front of his sleigh when the snow became to deep compared to his Fancy Ford in the winter. Thank you friend for helping me with what his car may have been. I have a starting point now to help narrow it down. That sure would be cool if the car in the other picture you posted turned out to be my Grt.Grt.Grt. Grandad's car. Maybe a Ford Touring 1915 T ? Sweet old iron sure would be nice to track it down... (Credit to owner of the other picture and car)
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