The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Cambusta, Dec 18, 2017.
Man that's a lot of white wall scrubbin.
Nice looking shoebox, did you do the chop?
This 34 survivor is from Kingston N.Y.
Such great looking cars in this thread! Thank you to all who have posted.
Thanks. Sold it about a couple years ago. No, I did not do the chop, wish I knew who did. Coupes are tough to get looking right. The chop was done years before I bought it back in 2005 with a gas welder.
This was the was the tire/wheel combo I always wanted on my coupe. It just took me about 20 years to finally pull the trigger and do it! Only other style i considered was raiders/whitewalls/cheater slicks. Maybe in another 20 years I'll do that!
To me there is no better wheel. . .
Loving this thread. After a lot of deliberation as to which wheel for my 39 Chev Coupe project I ordered a set of U.S. Wheels chromies. 15 x 7 and 15 x 6. Several months later, they finally arrived this week. (Shipping delays not supplier delays). Haven't mounted tyres yet but am very happy with them.
My heap on the cover of the Speedway catalog. (Photo by Mike Harrington)
Img009-jpg by Mike posted Aug 10, 2017 at 8:56 AM
Chrome and baby moons. It's been that way since 97
I like them with my nuts exposed !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Now that's a good looking A coupe.
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Wow, I can't believe no one posted these three.
The Austin Speed shop built Model A coupe for Paul Teutul Sr.
More Bob Bleed's The Live Wire-
Removed Cragars and replaced with the chrome steels.
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Nice little A you have, wheels and tires look great!!!!!
Steelies just look sexy
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