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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Old-Soul, Aug 25, 2010.
Two NZ HAMB T's. JW
Those you who haven't already, need to look at @Late to the Party thread on his T. https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/t-v8-build-thread.1011604/page-6#post-12548940
And a little taste;
Soon I hope...
He's got build thread on that one...
very nice work
I’ll second @RodStRace. @justabeater37 has done an amazing job creating this car out of sheet steel! It’s worth the read if you’re into this stuff.
From the HAMB's own Mr. O'Brien
I love this thread! So, here's the Kookie car after Street changed it up a bit.
Does anyone have any more info on this roadster from the Early Times Club? I absolutely love it! I've only seen one other pic and it appears to be from the same day with this couple sitting in it. Was the car ever featured in any mags???
The Orange Topolino belongs to my friend. His hair is not that red anymore but the car looks the same.
Any chance he knows anything about the black T roadster?
Yes, a good chance. That was his club. Vintage Iron? I'll ask him the next time I see him.
Just gave the engine bay a tidy up. JW
Thanks! I've been haunted by it lately and would love to see some different shots.
I built this 23 T bucket 12 years ago. 348 Chevy powered
Heard you were looking to sell it??
From the Meltdown this past weekend. I loaded a bunch more pics on the thread that is linked in my signature.
Old-Soul, I may, it's time to build another project, and I don't have room, so.....
I believe this was Big Daddy Don Garlitt's first drag car.
The construction continues.....
Love the steering wheel. Wouldn’t be practical for much more than drag racing.
I really love this one. T's get kind of a bad name, most likely from so many poorly butchered together T bucket kits, but this car is on-par with any Model A or 32 bodied roadster build I've seen.
WOW!!!! Thank you, sir! That was a great compliment and I appreciate the kind words!
That is very well done, nothing to pick on. I'd like to see in in person. Guess I'll have to plan another trip to the Roundup if you're there.
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