The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by joey tee, Nov 7, 2010.
Mrmodelt your car has been one I have lusted for, what a perfect car.
Here's my 1920. Steel, 302 Ford, drum brakes, bias ply tires, MG knee action shocks. Drives a little crummy, but it went 12.7@105 and got 18 mpg on the way to the Hunnert.
Sorry about the link, I can't seem to figure out how to put a pic in the thread.
Here's my jalopy with two different looks I've given it over the last few years. It's been EVERYWHERE, and many have braved a ride in it.
yes its bagged but not enough lift. It runs and drives fine but no where near the lines where i want it. It has a 6in drop axle in front that im replacing with a 4in. im also taking out the bags and want to put a coil over set up. crub line<--- (correct?) is totally not legit. i wanted it slammed and chopped...... now im trying for a more trad. look.
What's the story on the graffiti fence?
Thank you kindly! Not wanting to hi-jack this thread, visit my thread if you want more on it. It is linked under my signature.
Thank you! If your ever out my way, look me up and I be happy to give a ride in the ol' girl....and I won't even charge!
Lotta nice "Lizzies" here, but ya know...I think mine so far, my T is the only one that is not just T "in body", but drive train as well ...not that that's a bad thing of course.
Yes it is real Dearborn Steel.
At my buddy's place in East Nashville is the backdrop. Several of our poor boys hang here before hitting the road to shows. My buddy tags his fence every few months to "spice up" the 'hood. The car's real, tagging is "faked" by non-taggers and on private property : )
Work in progress. 27 T w/322 Buick power and 4speed
1926 original Henry steel
My dads 25. All steel.
Mr. Model T - that is about the badest Gowjob I have ever seen!
Nice old rides !!!! Tom (Tired Old Man)
Here is my Tudor with an 8BA. Been thinking of trading it and some other projects off for a 28-29 closed cab A, anyone got one to trade?
Mr Model T, I looked at your thread.
Your T owns this thread here! That thing is so right.
yours is looking damned good too, Thomas...
Don't see you on the "other site" much anymore...
.......Love those Model T. rods......they alway look so cool......Kinda like to build one someday......enjoyed the thread.....Big Bad John
Here's my current hot rod project...1925 "T" sedan, all early Ford front and rear axle, split wishbones, chopped and vertically sectioned body, Z'd frame and a bit of a suicide front with quarter eliptics, powered by a Mercruiser 120(same engine as a 153 Chevy from the 1960's), with a Powerglide trans.
Thank you both...I just glad it turned out as good as it did.
Hey 26 Tudor!!!
Glad to see you found me. I am banned over there on that site.
And proud of it.
It doesn’t look like much now, but this is a ‘26 frame with a ‘28 Chevy banger. Plan is for a gow-style roadster or touring with all ‘32-or-earlier parts.
Real 1923 Ford steel on a Model A frame.
I just traded for this.1925 body 1927 frame 49 Flatty.Would like to find a top to put back on it.
I'm in love! Very well thought out rod you got there.
Michelle,,I think this went over everyones head...LOL
Dam, I love this car!!
ill keep this going with a shot of mine
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