The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 55olds88, May 19, 2004.
here's some studebaker pictures i've collected over the years.
I learned to drive in the 49 Thames in 1964, bought the 49 Ford in 72 for $25.00, and picked up the 48 Thames in 2012.
Always look forward to this thread popping up. My daily Burb is a few weeks past the cutoff for this site but I really hope to find and Art Deco Suburban that I can afford some day...
here is my panel...................327/350
1946 chevy sub, sold to a hamber in New foundland
Built this to drive everyday and did for several years. Lately i've been driving my '55 Chevy pickup more than this one tho.
Wow, that's a beauty. Do you happen to know what the color name is?
I have a '55.2 Chevy truck I'm working on also. Any photos of yours?
Dan, when I first used this color back in '94, the color chip called it "Basic Green". Now its just a bunch of numbers in a formula that is very difficult to get anymore. Here's a picture of my '55.
Going to take a road trip today in this....fortunately the weather is still nice down here.
That's a '35/'36 Chevy panel or suburban, quite a rare piece for advertising. What a shame.
any more pics out there?
This burb is F'n sweet!!! Nice pic!
Work in progress, hoping it will be finished in a few weeks. '53 Ford
Here are some pics of the '35 and 36 Suburans I used to own:
I lost them when my company failed.
Here are a few photos of my '36 Suburban, which was finally finished being by Bad Donkee Hot Rods. Photos were taken by Dan Greenberg at Pimilico, TRJ Revival 2013 and Lyle Willets at 2013 Jalopyrama. The truck had the Ed Roth "Wagen Meister" kids wagon displayed in the back of my suburban at Jalopyrama 2013. The truck is now having the interior upholstery done and hopefully I'll be driving it to the L.A. Roadsters 50th Anniversary, of the club, at the Roadster Show in June 2014.
Going back together. Real 1956 Custom Cab panel. Will have stock wheels in colonial white with bias ply firestones.
just an update
Does this count??
Of course! Those are great panels!
Here's my '53 F-100. Small block MOPAR.
Here's my 55 Ford since 1968, used for hauling motorcycles & as a skydivers portable ghetto around the USA.
SBC w/R700 trans.
Now for sale!
I purchased this in 2012 from Arizona, very rust free 55 panel then went over and filled it with goodies to bring back to Australia.
Anyone remember a white 56 ford panel from Arlington Tx
had a blue and red flame job back in the middle 80,s been
looking for pic none to be found saw it at the FT Worth
world of wheels
Saw this one in Tucson last month...
102614 37th Annual CHVA Old Cars & Parts Tucson 031 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
061111 SoCal Chevelle Camino Club Show 218 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
'39 Fargo that I am just getting started on. Was used as a hearse - I'll be fitting roll down windows and a second row of seats...
Working on the drop :-D
This could be yours, who wants to finish it?
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