The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by joey tee, Nov 7, 2010.
Love those '23-'25s!
Heres a 27' on 32' rails im helping a buddy on.
Here's mine. Haven't worked on it much lately. Need to fab a roof. Not sure if I want a snap tonneau cover, vinyl over wood or full width colored plexiglass $$$ roof. Then glass and I could drive it.
i would love to know how much space is inside the pickup cab.. looks like it would be cramped.. just how much shorter were our inlaws back in the day.. im six foot 4.. 250lbs.. IM a skinny guy i know but.. i was taller than most in my high school days.. but now i see all these kids above six foot.. crazy. so will these guys who build tbuckets bodies be forced to stretch them if they want to sell to the future bucket heads.. time will tell i guess.
Here is my 1925 T modified. Was hoping to get it to California for the West Coast Kustoms show in Santa Maria but didnt happen. So I will take it to Hootenanny! THE MADDKUTTER
I posted this car in another thread also...
Real fun car to drive!
All orig. ford goodies, 27 tub on a 32 frame, 48 ford front end, 50 ford rear. The motor is a 1956 Chevy 265 with 283 power pack heads and dual Rochester carbies.
Here are a couple of pics all steel
^^ love it^^
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Great build oldsboy! I have the same car and brought it home in the same condition as yours. Mine's a '26 Tudor on a '31 frame as well only I'm currently running a 55 265 Chevy with 3spd O/D trans, and a 2spd rearend. I just purchased a complete banjo rear end from a friend and my next acquisition will be a flathead. I've attached a pic of what I have and an Illustrator drawing of what I will have...lol (forgive the inaccuracies... just a concept).
My 23 Center Door and a 27 Coupe waiting in the wings.
T BAG from STL
My latest tall T... Tuned B banger beneath the bonnet.
Interesting look with the A fenders, tie bar, headlights and chassis!
Yeah - it's my 1927 Mercury...
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