The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by ZZ-IRON, Aug 4, 2008.
I've got my Project. She's out of the Junk yard and back at HQ. Adam
Geeze i love those 58 olds coups thay are kool.i need one of those!
The 54' I bought this week.
CLR would take all of the rust staining off that paint...
thats the plan
Heres my 47 coupe again but now with the new paint.
Orn, man your smack bang on the money! I'm in love
Mine came out of a boneyard in 2008 and i had it at a car show 57 days later. Bone yard was moved to another location. I didn't know about the HAMB back then but I've cronicled the story here if you get bored....
Here´s my `57
More pics here : http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/album.php?albumid=38634
ALWAYS HAD a soft spot for olds 50 olds and 57,s on my bucket list
thanks...its here now
Couple pictures of my 49, almost finished. Running a 1966 425 with a Muncie 4 spd and 4.11's.
If you happen to find or have a Grille of a 70 Series 40 Olds Sedan I would like to talk with you.
Sold it a while back to build the roadster. i have been told it is in South Carolina.
Here is my 61 super 88 imported from California 2010. Anyone recognizing it?
Photo by Gasoline Magazine 2011.
Photo by the California owner.
This is my 48 Olds. A nice street rod.
Don't recognize it at all but Olds never ever built a nicer body that that one. They are very high on my favorite oldsmobile's of all times list. That one of yours doesn't miss perfection by much if it misses perfection at all.
That's a clean coupe!
Here is mine. Have had it since 1968, did an on frame resto in 1980. Just drive it, not as often as I should. Need to do a frame off this winter.
This thing is sweet! Love it!
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Still looks good to me. Great that you still to own it after all these years. Good for you.
Never knew you had that car sweet.
We Love your Coupe,
Last summer we found a beatiful Black restored '49 Olds 77 Coupe. I've always loved the '50 Olds Coupe. Just couldn't find one. So we found all the '50 side trim, tail lights (with the backup lenses), etc., and now it looks the part. We found a '57 J-2 eng in pieces and punched it an 1/8" to 4-1/8" Now it's 394" cu in. We also found a NOS B&M Olds Slantpan Hydrostick in a crate out of Calif. with linkage that we're going to run behind it. Got a '57 rear housing and 390 Posi unit that we're in the process of finding someone to narrow it up, and apply the '50's Coil spring brackets, and trailing arm mounts, etc..
it doesn't get much better than that. I love it
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