The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 08racer, Feb 15, 2015.
Well fellas which is it? Here is my answer ...
Mmm, I see.
Very nice, are the rear wheel wells filled? Bob
Hope to see you at LARS at Pomona this Father's Day weekend.
I would take the black roadster not the silver one parked in the driveway!
Coupe for me almost always except in the case of 35/36 roadsters.
Here's my answer.....
Coupester, some do it beter than others. Getting the lines around the back of the cab right and small details like thinning the doors, capping the winhdow frame etc. help pull it off.
Open Cockpit Human Transport Vehicle
3Window right Open Cockpit Human Transportation
Look again,,,this car doesn't look like a coupester,it appears to be a roadster! HRP
Here is mine. Thanks Greek
definitely not a coupester.
CT1932ford I like your answer the best!
Ct1932ford that's cheating.
Actually if I lived where you do it would be the roadster
Whatever it is it's pretty cool...
It's a real Henry roadster.
Ct1932ford a coupe with AC for the summer would be nice. We are backwards here. Winter is for cruising
You can cruise here if you have ski-mobile.
I have always been down on coupsters for the reasons you state. The only one I have never liked is at:
It not only looks good but he picked up the longer doors. A lot of work and my hat goes off to the builder. If it was me I would spend the extra money up front and start with a roadster but I sure like the way this one came out.
I'm glad I was wrong. I've seen too many poor attemps compared to nice conversions. The window post were throwing me off and from the 3/4 rear it's hard to the judge door lenth. I even looked at your album and you had me guessing.
That was fun................next.
Coupe because that what im building currently...
That is a killer coupe!! Love the chop and the stance.
Ok Charlie you are confusing us now
08: You could have told me it was a coupster or whatever....its as good a looking '29 roadster as I've seen. Would love to have one. Tim
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