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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by SCOTT GILLEN, Mar 13, 2012.
That color looks a lot like my Dad's old '32 sedan. Does it have a code something like 1331?
I have had my 33 for many years and my wife says we will never part with it. It special to her. It will go to our daughter I guess. We lost both of our sons this year which was a shock to us. We never know what tomorrow will bring.
Sweet Coupes! Can't wait to see both complete....
Wow wow wow. How did I miss this thread? The 33 is simply stunning. I must have just crawled out from under a rock, but I had never heard of Rudy before. I recognized pictures of his work once I looked it up. What an eye opening thread!
I am in awe of the attention to design, detail, and execution.
Absolutely beautiful 33.
Both of these cars are over the top cool. Congrats
The Gillen Coupe 32, its on the way to completion and these are the latest pics. Just got back to the floor at Brizio's and is underway as of today. These are some pics of the car as it goes back together, will be at the GNRS 2014
and some more of the 32
Great builds, I have really enjoyed watching these come together.
Here comes the exciting bit.... The final Assembly.... I'm Hanging out to watch this come together.
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You have the right shop finishing the detail and assembly. None better in my book.
got that right.
Post some interior photos for us to see................
Been a while since I last took a look........wow I've been missing out. Very nice!
The 32 is going together
Thanks for all the kind comments guys. I'm having a blast building this car for Scott!
How did I not know you were in on this? I stopped by the shop two weeks ago but the sign on the door asked politely not to disturb you, so I politely didn't. I could hear you working away though!
My '27 T Roadster build: ﻿http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t= 734383
Ya I've had this car in the shop since April 17th of this year. So all the updates since then have been my work. Been such a unique car to be involved in.
Sorry you stopped by without saying hi, I have that sign just to keep the tire kickers from chatting for hours, Ha. Next time your up give me a ring.
So the sign is there for me! Because I'm a tire kicker who chat for hours! No worries, I was a few blocks away picking up equipment and thought I'd swing in and meet you. Will call ahead next time. Keep up the killer work!
For those of you that want to keep up to date on this project. We're posting the updates and pictures on my blog, and website.
Thanks for the links Chris!
Now that the show is over, how does the 3W drive?
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