The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by a boner, Dec 8, 2016.
I'm probably in the minority here, but I think they (red wheels) look better with blackwalls than those wide whites.
Some more saltpeter for falcongeorge...................................
One more with white walls,,
^^^ I love that look! Red wire wheels....(in my opinion) look absolutely fantastic with whitewalls ....has that nostalgic look with a flair!
I like black with chrome tru-spokes a lot better. Takes me back to the seventies...
Red in rear,,,
Brigrat. That model A delivery is bad ass.
I think this is destined to become Benno's favorite thread of all time!
Fuzzy Knight, if I had a roadster it would look like yours. Great shot also.
Here's a few from my accumulation of pics:
Bill Smith's 32 cabriolet taken at the ididit car show several years ago.The paint job was 35 years old at the time!
Bob Fletcher's Deuce coupe(after striping)next to his chopped Hemi powered Plymouth coupe.
George Arning's Rod Bod's 32 roadster at Depot Town cruise.
Gaylord Bayer's 29 A after striping. Car is in Sweden now.
Not quite red(High Orange)Deuce taken at the Depot town cruise.
mine, trying to look old.
..............Love both of these but, they ain't exactly Black.
When I got the '32 last year........
Haven't you heard, orange is the new black.
NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!! I was gonna paint my t-bucket orange!!!
Not color blind;just a momentary case of,"terminal dumbfuckedness"
<--------there's mine in the avatar. I'm to tired right now to make it big.
George, all you've got to do is ask. Ron
Nice! Red is due for a comeback!
Back to our original programming.........................................
Here is one that was originally built in the late 1940's;went to Bonneville in 1949;was featured in a newspaper in 1951;purchased by my cousin in 1966;taken to the Ty-Rods show in 1998;and featured in Traditional Rod & Kulture in 2014.Ironically it is now owned by the son of the guy who originally built it! Strangely enough the lettering I painted on it in 1966 is still on there.
My brother's old survivor A.
The redder the better.
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