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Features Model A on 1932 frame picture thread. All bodies.

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Hitchhiker, Jan 1, 2012.

  1. couverkid
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    My 28 roadster I bought from Fishman.
     

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  2. Dirty Dug
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    That car couldn't have found a better home.
     
  3. couverkid
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    My 30 coupe on 32 frame
     

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  4. couverkid
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    Thanks Doug I really like it. Drove it all over saturday,cold but nice and clear.
     
  5. Dirty Dug
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    You need heated seats.
     
  6. couverkid
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    No, I needed to bring gloves. Had stocking cap but no gloves next time.
     
  7. Beef Stew
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    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.
     
  8. bamaheel
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    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?
     

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  9. Gigantor
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    Thanks D-Russ!
     
  10. Dago 88
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    Here's mine, With Rocket & Flathead.
     

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  11. joeyesmen
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    Here's my 29 . . .
     

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  12. Oldmanolds
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    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.
     

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  13. erlomd
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    lovin' it....great thread:cool:
     
  14. 08racer
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    Mine in progress
     

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  15. Deuce Daddy Don
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    Here's my son's '29 hiboy on '32 frame-- Ford 289 power in 1982.:D:D
     

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  16. FlatheadRoadster
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    Here is one of my cars.

    1928 roadster on 1932 frame. All original parts.
     

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  17. FlatheadRoadster
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    Here is my other.

    1929 Pheaton on 1932 frame. All original parts.
     

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  18. Old Rod
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    DD Really like your Roadster! Bob
     
  19. MR. FORD
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    Here's mine...
     

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  20. Wow kool car I love the flatty, can't wait to see it done! Nice stance too.
     
  21. flatout51
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    Mine...
     

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  22. surfgeezer
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    '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.
     

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  23. sdgsavage
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    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.

    Thanks
    Steve
     

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  24. sdgsavage
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    Metamorphis, Oops missed the DLC WW & Steelies.

    Thanks
     

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  25. YAPP
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  26. sttucker
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    from Minnesota

  27. 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



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  28. As much as I like this car it is not on 32 rails.
    It has fabricated chassis covers on it.

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  29. Cowtown Speed Shop
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    32 rails or not it looks cool!!
     
  30. Yep definitely cool.
     

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