The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by allstarderrick, Apr 9, 2010.
Neat Modified ! One arm Bandit is a ruler , love his work ....
Could you post a straight side (profile) picture? The proportions look spot on.
Love it! Modifieds Rule.
Thanks for all the comments. I just untaped the car after spraying the scallops last night, it's nice to see it start to come together after this LONG 5 week journey. Got to plumb and wire it, still have a ways to go. Post some more shots later-Derrick
I'm unemployed and I don't have that kind of motivation. can't wait to see the car next week.
A couple of shots of the scallops.
Ooopps, pics here.
Looks sweet! That's a lot of work in 5 weeks! Great project.
very sharp lookin racer...
Wow I think I'm in love................
Got to be one of the few shows out there, if not the only one, which drives guys to thrash and put a car together in a month's time to run around a vintage track.... nice job Derrick, and Clark and crew as well.
Just got the new Street Rodder and your sedan is featured. Great car and great article. Congrats. The modified is a super followup.
All the cudos to you.
Will we see it in Terryville June 12th ??
Great work !!
5 Weeks WOW
Very Nice. Looking forward to seeing this thing get a little dirty.
My current condition/mess. REALLY time to hammer down.
For all those who didn't go to the Jalopy Showdown, I did get the car finished and down there. I wouldn't have been able to do it without some help. So I'd like to give a thanks to Doug(lowdug32) Tyler (tyrell) Scott (alleyoop392) Jere (spezialatat71) and some of my suppliers and anyone else who took the time to help me get it done in 6 weeks. Here's a few shots after the parade laps.
Looks good and congrats... good luck with it. Gary
Looked great in the Street Rodder article this month. They do take their time in getting features into the magazine.
Congrats on the article, the car looks great. Gary
I so love this build.. I have most of the parts to build something like this.. too cool..
What did you use for a radiator? Jay
I had a custom radiator built
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