The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Chris, Jan 3, 2009.
Getting there. Looking better and better.
Perfect! Absolutely perfect!!
I'll second that!
Deleted- fullfendered, not fenderless.
Sorry traditional Canadian apology, my bad, just getting some clarification from the aficionados.
That picture has been the wallpaper on my computer since 2008 and is the inspiration for my roadster rebuild...which has also been going nearly that long.
97 I like it also and I don't know how long its taking to rebuild my 28 Roadster but I well understand. Frank
Thanks for the share! I was the lead cameraman on that. I'm the guy at 23:20 with the nice hair!
I believe the term HighBoy is with a 32’ rails, AV8 is know when model A frame is used
Hell could be wrong HighBoy are east coast ,Channel east coast .. later
A highboy is an originally fendered car with the fenders pulled off, at stock or close to stock ride height, no channel, usually with no chop or a mild chop.
An AV8 is just a Model A body with a flathead V8, frame doesn't matter. I don't think 350s etc count.
Those" etceteras " have never counted! , way back in the late 50s early 60s one of the flathead gurus here in NZ, is said to have proclaimed "ohv V8 engines are just a passing fad! " he still drives his blown flathead powered hotrod.
I still drive my flathead powered 29 . Nothing beats the sound of a flathead with straight
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