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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by jimmysweden, Oct 4, 2017.

  1. jimmysweden
    Joined: Aug 26, 2011
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    jimmysweden
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    from sweden

    Haven't been in the garage for awhile. Work and family take it's time.... But now i'm in again.. Pictures coming.. IMG_5821.JPG
     
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  2. Please go with a full seat like original. It will make a bid difference. I see buckets in a roadster and think Glass Car. Your work is too nice for those seats. IMO
     
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  3. jimmysweden
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    jimmysweden
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    from sweden

  4. Mart
    Joined: Mar 3, 2001
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    Ok, Jimmy wins!
     
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  5. waxhead
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    waxhead
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    Too many cool toys :)
     
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  6. jimmysweden
    Joined: Aug 26, 2011
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    jimmysweden
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    from sweden

    Black roadster and 34 Tudor belong to friends the we helping out a little.. Glass roadster with Viper engine is my sons...
     
  7. DDDenny
    Joined: Feb 6, 2015
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    DDDenny
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    from oregon

    Love to see some details of your sons roadster, maybe not so much of the engine though.
    I personally wouldn't mind but being the HAMB and all of that...............
     
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  8. john dioli
    Joined: Oct 12, 2012
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    john dioli
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    jimmy you have a lot of cool stuff looking forward to you future cars or should i say truck
     
  9. jimmysweden
    Joined: Aug 26, 2011
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    jimmysweden
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    from sweden

    Hello friends.. I have been out for a while and worked with my company so no time to play.. Roadster on the way to paint... i will do it okej now and let the job sink a little.. in like 10 weeks i'll do it again if i need. My plan was to go clone my friend Bruce's roadster, but that's not possible. I can't afford it. Thats a to nice car... So this will now be more like me and my style.. Thank for looking... KClY9QGdTmGKJswxp6Xssw.jpg 2pn6OUINSPK7FQAxXf9QMg.jpg w6UoCl82TkK89iIltfOZpg.jpg oiQL7sxHTLuGylY6dP8mXw.jpg mfKNK7iWS3O+4k6dxTjiFg.jpg hJ91pNA7QHOOPciYgS%Ylw.jpg IMG_8642.JPG
     
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  10. Mart
    Joined: Mar 3, 2001
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    Hey, Jimmy, glad you're posting again.

    Mart.
     
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  11. One question after reading the entire thread,,,Why didn't you use stock type deck lid hinges??Those look nice... but???? That and the metal work behind the seat..Oh yeah,,NO BUCKRT SEATS...Henry would not approve.
     
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  12. jimmysweden
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    from sweden

    Posting is a matter of time. i run a buildingbusiness and have a lot of job this time a year. And i stole 4 weeks and toke a ride from Spring TX to Lake Havasu for the Deuce weekend in Feb. About 3500 miles in a Roadster pu 1932.. A story will come.. The decklid hinges i use now is similar to 33-34. I like them so i can open more. I gut a different about 12''. no more crashing head in a not enough open lid. About seats, i drive about 3500 miles a year to one of my events (just oneof them) and race my cars. i do it today in my 33 cabriolet in it have a bench.. you sit so loose in it. And difficult to fit belts. I'm also little in bomberseat but they give you ''bad nights'' when you go 5-700 miles a day. 26198337_10212944836154122_4259454156080327400_o.jpg 22829784_10215707345983136_4771719657704309108_o.jpg 23000068_10215707252500799_4547351425076684773_o.jpg
     
  13. Mart
    Joined: Mar 3, 2001
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    Mart
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    I never noticed the old British reg plate on the cabrio. That's cool.

    For those that don't know, Jimmy's cabrio has UK hot rod history way back into the 60's under Ken Cooper's ownership.

    Mart.
     
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  14. jimmysweden
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    jimmysweden
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    from sweden

    Hi. The British reg plate is the original plate from 1933 and a gift from a preowner Andy Maclean in England. I use it sometimes in England.


    Sent from my iPhone using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
  15. jimmysweden
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    Little more done.. snBNwm02QliDsfjS3TPBbQ.jpg Dp8On2lpSMOB2SZ3DbD4JA.jpg D8qXYvHwQjuxha2+m3yU8Q.jpg n8bQy067QQ6S+zOmZmRgdw.jpg
     
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  17. jimmysweden
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    jimmysweden
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    from sweden

    Thanks. It's a Henry Roadster that was in bad shape when i started, so it still have a lot of blimps little everywhere. i don't need it perfekt but i'll make it as good as possible...
     
  18. jimmysweden
    Joined: Aug 26, 2011
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    jimmysweden
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    from sweden

    dirty white... So far. I need some logos that can fit a roadster from 1961... Give me some examples.. B%LaW%P2ThyDVoe2nHjeqQ.jpg EAA0se2TSje1v31s5vmIUg.jpg
     
  19. bct
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    Love the colour. Well done
     
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  20. Cyclone Kevin
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    Cyclone Kevin
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    Very Nice!!!!!!!
     
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  21. willysguy
    Joined: Oct 2, 2007
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    willysguy
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    from Canada

    X 2 , Boy you sure have some patience. Nice save!
     
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