The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by 31modelo, Dec 5, 2008.
Got it done enough to drive. May never finish it now!
Man that looks cool. I'd say put some glass in the front and its done enough!
8th Grade, 1961 Denville NJ spring with the windows open. Heard/saw 2 Hot rods square off, a 1949 Ford coupe("fool injected" in white hand lettering) with a caddy motor VS. a 30-31Channeled Ford roadster Gold colored, with the door cut out like a Trimph TR2, Flathead smoking the tires off when the light went green, I was hooked and bought my 1930 Ford coupe that summer! the rest is history.! That was East Coast in Jersey back in the 60's
Here's mine, New Hampshire built.
This is a great story. Dont you wish you could 'show' people your memory? We can imagine it, but how cool would it be if we could see it. Somehow, I doubt it is too far into the future where people can see what we are thinking...
I suggest dropping the grill or maybe splice and dice. Hemi is bad ass though
Angry Frenchmans bitching '27..
i've spent a little time with that one. sounds like we'll see you at the ROG.
Bowtie guys just don't know Mopars.......'33 PLYMOUTH!
I'm looking forward to it!
Oooops!! Well, Jim, I know I likey your Mopar, er, uh, Plymouth.
Seemed like a good time to dredge up this thread in lite of 31pickemup's cool model A score!
My guess is the Governments already doing it...
Here are some I owned !
A Roadster mid 60's 32 five window late 60's A sedan 70's 32 Roadster and 32 five window today!
Sure, get me going on politics here...
Even my wife knows this will kill a thread!
Now back to your regularly scheduled programming.
I was kidding...
Mom with dads olds powered 31, photo circa 1963. China grove nc.
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This is my favourite East Coast Hot Rod ;-) No chop , heavy channel.
Here's one on it's way
What a bitchen coupe ! I´m in love now !!
You have owned some very cool looking cars over the years and seeing Johnny D's car sure bring back some memories. The one photo looks like it was taken in front of your mom and dad's old house.
Always great to see some old cars that I remember from the 60's
That last Model A roadster that rbantique posted looks like Curt Hardy's car.
Hi Ray. Not to change the subject, but you have many more pics of John Watson's old 32 sedan. I did find this one you posted awhile back. Hope all is well with you. Thanks,
I recently saw this "survivor" at the Riegelsville PA show/swap meet a few weeks ago. The owner is from NJ just across the river and he built it back in '51.
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