The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Brootal, Sep 5, 2013.
Does that mean you think our others do?
Top notch work on every car you guys build. Keep it up
Perfect definition of HOT ROD.
Le Coupe de main --- Where in the hell is Marquette, Nebraska
The stylish simplicity, combined with awesome panel fitment always blow me away on their builds. I love it.
Can it get better?
Perfect stance, one more time.
Bitch'n little coupe, lets see some engine bay shots please.
here are a couple shots , while they were at the salt flats speed shop
Here are a couple of cell phone shots of Tom's coupe as I ran with them In Ohio and some of Indiana.
And one of my coupe parked next to Tom's car at the hotel. I gotta say it was a "pinch me moment" hanging out and hitting the road with this crew.
Love. That. Bellypan.
I don't like red cars, but I love dat!
was able to met Tom on Sat. at watkins glen vintage race. great gentleman! the camaro with him as the driver was there also.
For what they charge for their unfinished cars, imagine what they would get if they ever finished one? I would like to see them finish one sometime.
Personally I think the prep work is better that that on "finished" cars and the "Bones finish" takes longer to apply. You get it or you dont. Bob
And all this time we thought our hot rods were finished , gezzz don't tell the owners they might want their money back
Saw it at Bonneville. Everything on that car is amazing but that seat belongs in the dumpster. Old blankets have become the new tweed.
Was in Syracuse for 3 days, and never knew it was there. But , i did see it built a few miles from me in Downtown Greenfield Center
Is that dude seriously rolling around with "The Tom McIntyre (insert stupid car name here)" painted on his air cleaner? Calling your car "The Joe Blow Roadster" or whatever is one of the dumbest sounding things ever. Also, feel free to stop lopping off the frame horns on every car you build, that is of course unless you genuinely like the hillbilly overbite look.
HAHAHAHA "Is that dude seriously rolling around with "The Tom McIntyre (insert stupid car name here)" painted on his air cleaner? Calling your car "The Joe Blow Roadster" or whatever is one of the dumbest sounding things ever. "
Finally someone who gets it Muttley me and you can be bro's
While we are at it quit putting your old ladys name on the car that makes me insane.
I like frame horns too.
We are so thankful fella's . Now that we know some of the hot rod rules we will be sure never to commit those grievous infractions again . By the way where can we get a rule book ? If we had only had one we would have never had Tom's name let alone Rolling Bones painted on the air cleaner. It's probably to late to put out a recall in order to weld the frame horns back on besides the owners are probably just to embarrassed to drive their hot rods now that they have become aware of the rules.
Any of you boys want to buy a set of horns ? we've got plenty .
bye for now , think we'll go out in the woods sit around the fire and have a pull on the jug with Doane .
I'm bringing up a Rolling Bones thread right now just because I can, I dig your stuff.
Are the frame horns used as setup fixtures, and then cut off, or cut off first? Bob
...and it looks just like all the other ones.
It's a good recipe.....
The cars are great, the guys that build these cars rarely if at all have negative things said about them.
So the cars generally have the same theme, get over it.
They have a good business doing what many envy.
I don't understand why people bitch about that?
I'm going with you on this one. I keep getting the same question.
Very cool old timey car. What´s not to like?
WTF! Muttley, You will never get it if you don't see it by now....I am sure you just made Doane Spencer roll over. Man it (Tom's deuce) is a hot rod and hot rods have no rules. If you check the book of how to, you will see. RULE # 1 is there are no rules.
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