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Features Model 40 picture thread 1933 / 1934

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by six pack to go, Jun 24, 2010.

  1. continentaljohn
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    Just a old sedan
     

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  2. JeffreyJames
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    Wow thanks @continentaljohn!!!! I really appreciate it!
     
  3. John: What's up with the sedan? Stocker/keeper? Tim
     
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  4. JeffreyJames
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    Yeah John, that thing is perfection!! I want that for a family car!
     
  5. Pewsplace
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    JJ and John you both have found some of the nicest old Fords out there. Keep up the good work and keep us posted.
     
  6. Johnboy34
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    I'll toss mine out there, I do have all the parts, just not all together at this time. IMG_20140918_072009_152.jpg
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  7. Rice n Beans Garage
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  8. JeffreyJames
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    What a clean body!!!! Very nice!!!

    @Pewsplace thank you very very much!
     
  9. hotrodderhaag
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    mr james, the new chop is spot on perfect !!
     
  10. continentaljohn
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    Tim , the sedan is a stocker but now with a reversed spring and a few leafs pulled out. I have a axle sent out to get dropped at Ansen axles and he does a beautiful job. I also ordered a set of reds headers but haven't seen them yet. So know with the new addition of the 32 sedan I have no space issue to build the 34. Plus old man winter is not leaving us here in the Midwest so I can't pull the cars out to rearrange the shop.
     
  11. continentaljohn
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    Thank you Sir just get lucky every once in awhile
     
  12. continentaljohn
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    Hey JJ come and get it it's in my way o_O
     

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  14. continentaljohn
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    Wow beautiful car please tell us more, stocker or hotrod acTexas, post: 10864648, member: 4855"]Here's mine owned it since 1971
    [​IMG]July 2913 049 by mactexas, on Flickr[/QUOTE]
    Wowbbeuti
     
  15. JasonCarGuy
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    Here's an old hot rod I just rescued, will get to it... Wish I knew its stories, lead filled cowl and decklid. Was heavily channeled. ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1426110994.796217.jpg ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1426111011.010597.jpg ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1426111044.888271.jpg


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  16. Jason: Believe it or not, that's a better start than some guys had. Go for it! I started with a little better. Its pictured here somewhere. Tim
     
  17. Some Model 40s from today's GoodGuys extravaganza: This choice one was in the Hot Rods by Dean booth. Sweet!
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  18. There were a lot of "street rods" there, but also a few tasty traditional-ish ones, including this wild beast. (I don't dig the front wheels, but it's his car, not mine.)
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    (Note oblivious asshole walking between me and the car...yeah I gave him an ear-full...:mad:)
     
  19. Nifty 5-winder.
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  20. Nicely chopped more-door parked just across from me.
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  21. Heres my 1933 5-window.. Has been in the family for over 40 years. Im just a care-taker until my sons are old enough to drive. The latest addition is an original 471 Cragar Blower....
     

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  22. More from the GG show:
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  23. birdog
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    IMG_20141223_125328.jpg Here's the model 40 I built
     
  24. socal34
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    Pueblo NSRA 264.JPG Have owned the Phaeton since 1963, logged over 150,000 miles on it
     
  25. onekoolkat1950
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    Did this car ever get finished?
     
  26. I will post up some from New Zealand. JW
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