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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by varodder, Nov 12, 2011.

  1. hotrd32
    Joined: May 16, 2007
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    Been waitin since last November for updates on this one.........lookin great there Jack!
     
  2. gnichols
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    Nice. Did you happen to get any photos from the rear? I'd like to see how the fenders look from directly behind, if you have them. Gary
     
  3. gnichols
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    X2. Also, is it my imagination or are there raised areas on the top outside of the frame rails used as gap fillers? GN
     
  4. jackandeuces
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    Gray, Not the way I would have done it , mod was already been made by Tom Woods when Dicky bought the roadster, Tom said it was the way he had seen when he was a kid.. The plus is that the rear body rails are flat . but a tall covering still needed for the A crossmember..I still prefer raising the body rail to accommodate the frame rails
     
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  5. jackandeuces
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    ..... Gary, You are very observant..Original frame, lots of sway where body meets frame.. so instead of using wood as filler, choose was made to put a 1/8 inch cut to arc of frame ,cut flat on top to fill gap...No rear shots, but rear is 59 1/2 inches , 40 ford length, 40 wheels, Model a fenders , tires are just under fenders ..Will post pictures after we get the parts reassembled ....
     
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  6. Another car with amazing history.
    Damn,that's cool!
     
  7. cadoz
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    After seeing the rod yesterday, thinking my coupe would look cool without the top. I know jack would love to cut it off. Cool car jack.
     
  8. varodder
    Joined: Nov 23, 2005
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    Here's some new shots from last week....:D

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  9. brady1929
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  10. n847
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  11. FlynBrian
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    Wow, nice color choices! Very Cool!
     
  12. Cavemanracing
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    Nice, Jack. You set a high bar.
     
  13. gerrald meacham
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    love that lincoln side shift ,now thats high tec in the day.
     
  14. that is a textbook build, awesome, that shifter is crazy.

    Cheers,

    Drewfus:)
     
  15. draggler
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    Smoove
    ,,,,,,.
     
  16. Thats one wild looking shifter, Awsome build.
     
  17. seabeecmc
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    There's nobody cooler than Jack!!!!! Ron
     
  18. jackandeuces
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    .. Actually a stock 39 lincoln ,heated and moved a little to center of dash..
     
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  19. KustomCars
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    That is soo cool!
     
  20. jackandeuces
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    We made the deadline of the Jalopyrama...
     

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  21. Cavemanracing
    Joined: Nov 24, 2007
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    Nice Jack

    Sent from my DROID device using the TJJ mobile app
     
  22. neverdun
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    Very nice. Even better in person.
     
  23. HomemadeHardtop57
    Joined: Nov 15, 2007
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    Great seeing this car in person. What a nice roadster
     
  24. Jeff Norwell
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    Looks Great Jack.
     
  25. basicbob
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    This roadster is in great hands with Jack. This will have a super good look!!!

    Bob
     
  26. TOE
    Joined: Mar 22, 2006
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    Wow I didn't realize that this is your car.

    I'm glad to have been able to check it out this past weekend.
     
  27. demonspeed
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    I saw in the Jalopyrama program there was a car in the armory listed as being from Newport News, and I was wondering which one it was. Mystery solved. Great car! I remember checking it out at the show, and I specifically remember that I thought that the way the gauges were laid out in the dash was pretty cool.
     
  28. jackandeuces
    Joined: Feb 20, 2006
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    Toe and Bob ,Thanks but I must clarify , the 29 belongs to good friend Dicky Hamliton, We had a great time bringing it back after the body sat since the wreck in 1933...Yes almost 80 years......Now on to the (Deuce 3/window hidden away for 45 years) thread..
     
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  29. rileyrecords25
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    29 roadster + 4 carb flathead = ultimate hot rod!
     

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