The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Hitchhiker, Jan 1, 2012.
My 28 roadster I bought from Fishman.
That car couldn't have found a better home.
My 30 coupe on 32 frame
Thanks Doug I really like it. Drove it all over saturday,cold but nice and clear.
You need heated seats.
No, I needed to bring gloves. Had stocking cap but no gloves next time.
I third it. It's actually probably worthy of its own thread but yeah, I'd really like to see how everyone did up the back of the cars.
A few I have pulled off of here over the years
Any info on who owns the first one or have any more pics of it?
Here's mine, With Rocket & Flathead.
Here's my 29 . . .
De-beaking has progressed to the point shown. I think the car lost a little character but I like it. I put the question (beak or not) out there for a voice of opinion and that's what I got. One thing about the HAMB is that you get honest opinions if you weed through the BS. Now the characture is behind the wheel.
lovin' it....great thread
Mine in progress
Here's my son's '29 hiboy on '32 frame-- Ford 289 power in 1982.
Here is one of my cars.
1928 roadster on 1932 frame. All original parts.
Here is my other.
1929 Pheaton on 1932 frame. All original parts.
DD Really like your Roadster! Bob
Wow kool car I love the flatty, can't wait to see it done! Nice stance too.
'50's build with upgrades in '70's, '80's '90's..... A new England car brought to California in 2005. It is now in Reno, NV.
Metamorphis: 29 Coupester. Chuck Vranas dubbed my car this name, it sure has been moprhed. Original, DLC wide whites, and Real Rodders Wheels with Dow 7 finish.
Metamorphis, Oops missed the DLC WW & Steelies.
Here is my '28, 3 inch chop, running 8BA backed by a '40 box (yes column shift) and closed drive to '40 banjo hang on an A spring.
am going to run the 35 wires all round just waiting to get spindles and breaks for the fromt
As much as I like this car it is not on 32 rails.
It has fabricated chassis covers on it.
32 rails or not it looks cool!!
Yep definitely cool.
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