The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by HOTRODPRIMER, Apr 22, 2017.
This is the 54 dash being modified to go in my 48 coupe.
Ed Roth Mysterion clone. Very lucky to find the exact one he used. VERY rare, this is the only one I have ever seen for sale.
I see what you did there. Wink Wink. That's awesome, Pat! Outstanding.
1936 Ford roadster dash in my 31 Ford roadster.
A focal point for the 39 std's custom interior;
And finally with the mask removed, less glare:
I always thought this one was a little over the top.
I'd hate to be driving into the sun with that dash.
Classic Instruments gauges came yesterday for the 42 Ford cab, Finned aluminum gauge panel is a trimmed down Speedway item, beverage holder is a Finned aluminum oil filter dress up item...hope to spray the Jeep Anvil paint soon.
As soon as the floor and firewall are done, I'm starting on this, 34 cab, 56 Olds dash. Gonna be fun,
The 56 Olds speedometer is pure art and one of the prettiest around!
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just picked up a sweet clock for the other side, I might not hook it up, time doesn't matter.
57 with classic instruments.
40 Ford dash Stewart Warner gauges. I put the deluxe glove box chrome on later in the project.
Kind of busy on the underside
filled in the backside of the speaker grill with ABS plastic
Cut flat sheet to size then used moderate heat from heat gun to
shape it to the grill and secured it with Ultra Black silicone.
My 51 Chevy Styleline
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HOLY COW - The first thing that comes to my mind is,Ground control to Major Tom! HRP
My 34 before and after.
That blue is INCREDIBE! Looks amazing.
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My '65 Econoline...
Going in my '40.
Sort of old school
This is the best dash I have yet to see in a '48...Nicely Done!!!
Homemade gauge insert mounted in a early 30s Studebaker Dash in my 29 Roadster. Before I cut the fins and after. ( The fuzzy dice were from my then 6 year old Grandaughter )
Thank you sir! I assembled it, but I can't take credit for the painting. Conner's Auto Body in Berwick, PA had a gentleman who was a master with Metalflake paint. He did an amazing job!
I am jealous... Here is where I am... I have a Loooong way to go
And you'll get there. Don't get discouraged....and please post pics of your progress. We'll keep encouraging you!
'49 Nash center section with roll up door, '36 Ford each side.
Nothing particularly great as far a metalworking, but simple and functional with all the electronics inside the tank. Access door has the fuse block and relay block mounted on it when opened.
Another panel I put together, all parts from HAMB classifieds Speedo is 1932 Rockne
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