The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Chris, Jan 3, 2009.
What has been done to get the rear down on this car, frame Z'd?
I like Model A grilles on Model A's, so that's my pick also.
Yes. It's been Z'd.. I can't remember off the top of my head how much though. It's also had the spring moved to behind the axle using a '48 banjo rear axle.
The front of the frame is also upswept at the front of the cowl Bob Bleed style to get the body a little closer to earth. Original plans were to channel the body the width of the frame, but as soon as I rolled the car outside with the frame done, I fell in love with the stance and decided channeling it would be too much.
(obviously the suspension was not done at this point, but you can see where it was starting to show its character)
Awesome. I love this thing. Well worth the lack of trunk space!
Mine so far.
Thank you. I'm just a kid messing around in the garage. Haha.
my 31 rumble seat flathead power
Heres mine 29 in progress
Great thread keep the photos coming
Thats my first 1929 Modell A Roadster Project I love it
It´s my dream
Up date pic of mine
Rolled mine outside today
Sorry for the pic then the writing..my first picture on the Hamb 29 Brookville on a 30 running gear---rdy for paint!
Doing some mock up on the top.
Hopefully be driving mine soon
My 29' banger.
This and 40's period correct hotrods are the best threads on the hamb, hands down.
Bump with Video! 4 Banger powered Diamond B with a Cragar OHV, 39 box and a Model A Kiwi QC rear end.
Dig it ^
They don't have to be low to look cool!
Another Home Run !!! Bad to the Bone!!
Hey Banger Bob, are those some fabricated folding posts on your 28 ?
Any chance of some more pics and details...
I fitted 30 posts to my 28.
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