The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by SCOTT GILLEN, Mar 13, 2012.
a couple of pics of the wheels...
better pic of the ardun flattie...
That Cars Awsome. I thought it was channeled at first it's so low, but it's not, which makes it even cooler. I dig the front crossmember too. No gigantic "Z" just a well thought out car.
I like that white and red primer 32 body being shy in the background!
rudy admirin' his work...
better shots of the ardun...
last ones ...gotta eat...
I really dig this picture.
I don't see anything I would change on your car aside from finishing it.
thats one bad ass car man
Iv been dying to see a set of those aluminum milk truck wheels on 33-34, please post pics when they are mounted on the car.
Chop that thing,its a 3 window.
Never chop the Magic of a true Hot Rod......thats why it's so cool.
These wheels were cut for the car but I have changed my mind. They are for sale....18" front and rear, they are very nice indeed.
X2 Ha ha. Killer car.
The wheels were cut for this car and I have change my mind and will not use them on this......They are for sale. 18" front and rear....ruber and all...make me a offer if you want them and they are one of a kind.
Yep I agree no chop...you can't improve them any more than when Henry turned loose of the 33s & 4s. I think the round top on them is what makes them so attractive.
right on,no chop
What? I guess do what you want.
The engine was Built by Don Ferguson, also the blower......The Ardun is such a nasty looking beast, it take's the car to a whole new level.
Such a cool looking car. Can't wait to see more!
The rear end is a small V8 Halibrand made by Richard and it's a locker small rear end. We cut the inside of the housing to make room for the locker. I had the tube's spun like original and made new bell's for the sides based on the original bell's back in the day.
Looks pretty good and took a long time to get it made right, it was worth the wait. All the rest small V8 halibrand's out there are one leg'ers
Now this car is about as cool as it gets and I hate to do this but I am glad you're not putting these wheels on the car. They look like new suburban or silverado wheels.....probably just need some paint.
The engine is in fact killer and I'm sure you knew that it would make the car.
I wasn't going to say anything about the milk truck wheels but I'm glad you decided to run with the steel wheels. Those look great on there.
Looking for a Hurst Air heart Master Cylinder......anyone have one for sale. Or a vintage one that was used back in the day?
..This are some pictures of the hood about to become a one piece hood and some small hole to clear the crab's....Hood will be spring loaded using Ford spring loaded bolts to hold it from the side. I want the hood to be a one piece hood that comes off easy......post um when I get more.
..Some of the headlights that we are trying to get mounted....Also found a great 33 grill from this guy on the East cost that had it on his wall for the past 25 years.
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