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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 55olds88, May 19, 2004.

  1. EyeBone, it's a 38 Chev. Bought it from a guy who was 90 yrs old, came to Tex from Cali in the 60's with the car. Had an old SCTA sticker on the window when I got it. He told me some cool stories about the good old SCTA days when he was doing that thing we all wished we could have been a part of. I took out the glass and saved it.

    Mikey
    www.MikeysPinstriping.com
    "I Do Bad Things To Good Cars"
     
  2. 28 chevy
    Joined: Mar 5, 2006
    Posts: 512

    28 chevy
    Member
    from NE Pa

    Here's my 2 cents, I mean 25 grand!
    and the current project
    Jim
     

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  3. VNCduke
    Joined: Nov 22, 2007
    Posts: 659

    VNCduke
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    from Washougal

    mine. yeah its not HAMB freindly i know

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  4. Glad to see this thread come back to life. I've been a truck guy for most of my hot rod life. These have come and gone through the garage...I can't seem to keep anything for long.
    The Suburban was too nice to use as a tow truck for the Comp Coupe.
    The 1941 Chevy COE Panel is a one off that Coker Tire thought they needed.
    The 1927 Hudson Hearse was converted to a 7 Pass limo.
    '37 Ford Box Van was used to haul fiberglass to Swap Meets.
    '52 Courier had a 289 and went to a fellow in Chicago.
    '60 VW Kombi was an every day driver in PA.
    '38 Ford REA delivery van was very rusty and wound up being junked.
    '46 Chevy SD had a small block and was sold to a gal in Ohio.
    '57 Chevy Step Van was going to be used for Swap Meets, but was sold to a guy who exported it to Puerto Rico to be used by a remote Fire Brigade.
    '42 Fiat Furgone sedan delivery was the second body out of the mold. As bob said, not much room for hauling. Now lives in Ill.
     

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  5. Rich that cabover panel is awesome! Nice collection of trucks that you've had
     
  6. Michigan Rick
    Joined: Mar 21, 2002
    Posts: 259

    Michigan Rick
    Member
    from Owosso Mi.

    I've owned my baby since 1980...

    Still lots of fun.

    Michigan Rick
     

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  7. carcruse
    Joined: Aug 20, 2007
    Posts: 712

    carcruse
    Member

    My brother sold his a few years ago and now wishes he hadn't.
     

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  8. chevyshubox
    Joined: Dec 31, 2007
    Posts: 62

    chevyshubox
    Member
    from Australia

    This is my latest project 56 sedan delivery
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  9. ALL original 283-granny gear 4spd.
    Was a hippie bed room on a commune in Utah until 1989. My friend put a battery and clutch in it and drove it home to Chicago. Still had Purple velour walls when I got it.
    I used it as a work truck (electrician) for 3 yrs. Traded it off.
     

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  10. eye bone
    Joined: Jul 13, 2005
    Posts: 655

    eye bone
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    Hey Mikey, Thanks for the info!

    Ya man wouldn't that have been cool to be kickin' around with those guy's back then. But you got to meat him & hear his stories.
     
  11. moparron426
    Joined: Aug 25, 2005
    Posts: 660

    moparron426
    Member

    I have had a few over the years, I gravitate towards commercial vehicles.
    I have 4 COE projects right now and a 47 dodge panel truck

    I had a 36 dodge humpback panel
    a 48 morris van
    a Thames panel(fiberglass)
    and a 33 willys panal(fiberglass)

    man I wish I still had them all,,,,,,,,


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    and this car hauler was built from a 34 humpback panel truck

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  12. 53hauler
    Joined: Jul 7, 2007
    Posts: 51

    53hauler
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    been fooling around with this one for awhile[​IMG]
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  13. Here is my van and the 60 burb I just sold. Van is getting a totally straight axle and I plan to set the engine back 2 feet. GASSER!
     

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  14. ardunpinto
    Joined: Dec 12, 2007
    Posts: 173

    ardunpinto
    Member
    from WACO tx

    Im curently working on a 1951 mercury panel. Ihave a 51 ford pu that is getting plucked for the panel body. ashamed of how it looks now because i took it down to bare metal and preped it but its alredy turned red . I own a upholstery shop and needed something that when i picked up seats or a headliner i could keep them from blowing out. plus theres plenty of room for some neat logos It also is great for kids, i took a seat out of a mini van also the floor latch system, they had belts made n and you can easly pop it out for those large loads. I like all old panels and for some reason the new hhr's are growing on me. keep your eyes peeled the 50's ford panels they are usually fair priced and parts are pretty easy to find. great pics everyone makes me want to get mine on the road.
     
  15. Patrick46
    Joined: Nov 26, 2008
    Posts: 565

    Patrick46
    Member

    Hey...I got one too!!
    1950 Chevy panel...

    Wanna buy it??? :eek:[​IMG]
     
  16. Persa
    Joined: Oct 6, 2005
    Posts: 3

    Persa
    Member
    from Sweden

    Me and my girlfriend owns a 1952 Volvo paneltruck that started it's life as an ambulance. Maybe not HAMB material but i think it's pretty cool.
    It's sporting an inline six flathead and a three on the tree.
     

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  17. 51 woody
    Joined: Feb 10, 2009
    Posts: 4

    51 woody
    Member

    did you get tree?
     
  18. that volvo rocks!:D keep posting on you progress.
     
  19. Choptop
    Joined: Jun 19, 2001
    Posts: 3,303

    Choptop
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  20. Hip
    Joined: Jan 3, 2003
    Posts: 845

    Hip
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  21. Satinblack
    Joined: Jan 1, 2004
    Posts: 970

    Satinblack
    Member

    Let me correct my friend Hip before this thread gets out of hand. The panel was a 53, last year of the two piece windshield. It now resides with a lurked over in England. I remember when I first got it. We had to drag the body onto a trailer, because it was tore down to nothing. Bare frame, bare body.......
     
  22. daddybigfiyah
    Joined: Jan 29, 2009
    Posts: 24

    daddybigfiyah
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  23. daddybigfiyah
    Joined: Jan 29, 2009
    Posts: 24

    daddybigfiyah
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    heres my 63 postal jeepfleetvans[​IMG]
     
  24. Pauly da mick
    Joined: Nov 14, 2006
    Posts: 245

    Pauly da mick
    Member

    Did Willys make those? their cool!:cool:
     
  25. kwmpa
    Joined: Mar 14, 2006
    Posts: 1,241

    kwmpa
    Member Emeritus
    from Pa

    Here is my 50 burban waiting for paint.
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    And my 50 3800 Deluxe panel....335 original miles(lowest milage AD truck in the world)
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  26. LiveWire64
    Joined: Dec 10, 2006
    Posts: 108

    LiveWire64
    Member

    Well, I have lots of stuff to drive. Here's my 72 Chevy van. Just put a 454 in it last year. And a pic of my 64 Chevy van I just picked up. The 64 was in the movie "The Best of Times" Kurt Russell drove it. Brad

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  27. maniac
    Joined: Jul 11, 2005
    Posts: 539

    maniac
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    Here's my 38 sedan delivery, had it since 1983, been on the road since 89 or so, still not finished.

    350, TH 400,

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  28. Undercover Customs
    Joined: Mar 24, 2009
    Posts: 362

    Undercover Customs
    Member

    Here's our newly acquired 62 Boyertown Bread Van. It's got a strong running propane Ford 6 in it. Picture is not that great, it was snowing when I took it.
     

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  29. randingo8
    Joined: Sep 17, 2004
    Posts: 110

    randingo8
    Member Emeritus

    Love them Panels, here a a few pics of my 1938 Dodge Humpback.

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    See Ya!
    Randy
     
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