The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by willys36, Jun 28, 2021.
Look what I found!!
Thanks man! Roth's Mysterion is my favorite custom car of all time. Have a very soft spot for early 60's Space Age styling and it took it over the top. Too hip!
where is this place at?
Real happy to see that place has all the USA Armed forces flags proudly hanging from the ceiling.
Chesterfield Michigan. The car exhibit is fantastic but he also has an exhibit of vintage 'musical instruments' that will blow your mind! You have never seen or heard anything like them.
Have your Fantastic book, but what a treat this video is. Thanks for Both!
Thanx. The video was a treat for me too!!
Nice that it was singled out for the video. It's probably the most amazing car in the collection! I have your book, as well, What a story!
Very cool! Congrats on all the success you've had with that entire project. What an incredible achievement!
Jeff, that was a nice video. I hope that long after we're gone, the videos and interviews with people are preserved. There's no reason for us to not do a way better job at preserving history than those before us.
Ya Jeff what Blues4U said. Cause he Nailed it and so did you! Be Proud.
I think that has been taken care of with the advent of the internet!!
Hard to be proud. Ed did the heavy lifting, All I did is work on one bolt at a time until there were no more bolts to work on. I feel more like contentment.
It's because of you that part of Ed Roth will live on for generations!! Amazing job, thank you so much for what you built.
That's great, the video sucked me in....thanks!
All I can say is WOW!!
Cool you are MORE famous now.
Yep. a legend in my own mind. I have found that since achieving this level of fame, my celebrity, along with $5, will get me a cup of coffee anywhere in town!
Not at Starbucks.
at Donuts ??
How did this Texas car end up inches away from Canada?
I'm Californian born and raised. Built the car in Calif. Sadly the politics in that once wonderful state forced me to leave when I retired in Jan '19. After finishing the car in 2017 I bought a trailer and drug it to a couple showings. But I realized this wasn't my bag. I decided to put it up for auction and Sotheby's was coming up at the Petersen museum in Hollywood so I took the jump. Thankfully there were two bidders and I got a great price. Stahl's museum is a fantastic home for my baby. The bucket list thing was to build it, I had no further plans so I am not sad.
its a great contribution to our world
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