The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dan Greenberg, Oct 8, 2019.
Yes. This is his latest build.
Not to be hateful...... but the background couldn't be worse
not a big fan of Cabriolets but that is beautiful (specially in black and white..)
that kid's got it, and a worker !!!
Indeed. They are not always in ideal places. But the car itself looked great.
Yes it is one of my favorites, NOW (looks soo cool !! and roll up windows)..
Dan,..your photography is excellent and you have a real eye for cool cars;...if these pics don't get someone zoom'd up, they are in the wrong hobby!
Thanks a lo t @rusty1. It helps a lot when the event has as many cool cars as this one did.
Love your stuff, Dan,as always..
Thank you @rod1!
Hi everyone. This thread is nowhere near done, but I am going to be away from it for a little over a week. Please check in again a week from this Sunday when I will resume posting. Thanks so much for you patience and support.
Interesting car, but no way it could have been a G/Gasser. Someone might want to pass it along to him.
As usual nice pics. Thanks
What class would it be in ?
You're very welcome @Henry Bennett - thank you. I am back from my week + long road trip so I will get this sucker up and running again. Hopefully some of you out there are still watching.
Thanks, Dan !
You're very welcome @fordflambe
WoW! Love the chopped & channeled ivory '34 3 window. Especially the missing top door hinge & the original rear axle location. Like it was done 60 years ago!
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One of my favorites too @SquintBoy
Well first, F &G & H/Gas were 6 cylinder or flathead classes, at one point. Gassers required a hood with flashing or scoop over the carbs, full fenders and all street equipment.
Cool car, but looks more like an early, part time street and drag car to me. It would have had to run an Altered class, possibly D ?
We built several tribute cars to promote our events, but tried to keep them accurate, as far as class designation.
Something about slapping an NHRA class on a street car, without researching it, bugs me..Better to not put anything on it, IMO
I know who owns this....
Ok @mr57 - who owns it?
The coupe in the link is by John Foxley from Maple Ridge, British Columbia.
Check the My Classic Car story on Johnny Hot Rod.
Thank you Terry Terry ( @PoTaToTrUcK )
Yes, John Foxley. He has a few nice rides....
I would love to see an photograph that! Thanks @mr57
This is a pretty crappy picture, but I posted it anyway so you all could see the back of the very cool '57 Ford ragtop I posted above.
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