The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Slimegreeeeeen, Dec 24, 2008.
Oh yeah! smooth as fine Ky whisky. Wheels are always very subjective, but the truck is just right.
Man, I just LOVE this thing - whoever built it - post some info. Is this an original body or a fabbed up deal?
here is mine. after sitting for 12 years because of injuries from a big truck accident, i'm gonna get to finish it!! 1964 chevy named "THE BEAST". wish me luck!! Murf
My dad found a mid 50s International panel a few years ago. It had a port window in the back and two seats. We were gonna get it and fix it up to drive. Before we could get back down there with the trailer, the butt munch dude that had it hauled it off to the scrapper.
Me and dad have been sick about losing it ever since.
Now that's what I call cool!
Hey man,how you doin'?
Off to a good start I see
Saw Mike Ward's truck('33 Willys - Chev 406) running a/gas 7.50 index at Sacramento Raceway on July11 running of WCTA Fremont Reunion a part of the NHRA Heritage Series...(picture and short video below sorry about poor quality.)
My company has a '54 Ford panel van that I'm trying to convince Marketing to put some $$ behind to make a custom out of. We are in the classics business, so it only makes sense to have an old rod as a calling card. Kinda sucks to pull up at a car show in a Honda Element.
This is a friends 53 Dodge Panel with Mustang 5L drivetrain, drives great and gets 26+ mpg on the highway.
Explains why I don't see it at swap meets around here anymore. I always looked forward to seeing it and then it was gone and never saw it again.
P.S. I have a thing for yellow too.
here's my 1912 T
52 ford panel truck. Tried to buy this same truck in high school after it was retired from home town Fire Dept as Rescue vehicle but was put up for town auction and local gas station owner purchased it. Found it 34 years later and stripped body down to bare metal and re-dit it 239 Flattie, 4 speed. A blast to drive.
Wow, I haven't seen that delivery truck since the mid to late 60s. Remember seeing it on Colorado Blvd. One thing that has stuck in my mind all these years was the " If it's a good pie ,it's a Miracle". But back then there was a dual meaning of what "PIE" meant. Both were definitly something to eat
The Kripple Kart's new clothes;
I love the variety of the panel trucks. More pictures please!
This one belongs to a close family friend. 39 chevy 327 tri power. needs updating, I think he and my father put it together in the 70's
my 55 panel ....350/th400 MII front, 9"rear 70's brown vinyl interior,,,,
Here's five of them...currently working on the 49 to the left. All stock drivetrain, should be driveable in a few months.
This one I got from a hamber and pulled out of missouri this past summer.
Put this one together and sold it in 2007 from extra parts...
here is my '62 chevy panel and is for sale
yet many pictures?
I miss mine. Big block, 4 speed, and LOTS of velvet and werewolves! The 70's sure made people do strange things to their vans. After I sold it, someone turned it into a pro-street.
When you had the re-vamp I was expecting something a bit lairy
I just got this '59 Chevy late last year. 350/350 Camaro subframe...Almost got the bugs out.
just sold this one. now resides in Washington Court House, OH
How much did you sell it for???
here's mine..................been in the family since 1980
1951 Willys Overland Sedan Delivery as purchased.
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