The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Royalshifter, Dec 27, 2008.
More from Andy's.
It would look so much better if the wheels were in the right place in the fenders.
Red 29, been pictured before, these are my shots.
Thanks for posting that one, its outstanding!!
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It doesn't get better than that one!
That one with the hemi and blower.those rear tires don't stance chance
I’m all for the pictures and the picture thread guys but let’s not get anal about it.
After all pictures also tell a story.
Take my over 10 year build thread, heck any build thread on here and remove all of the descriptive narrative and the pictures still tell the story.
Some of the best stories can be told by pictures.
The pictures are easy to see and none of the reading is required. There will be no test. Feel free to ignore the words.
Lloyd Wilson's Hi-Boy RPU, winner of the Stroker McGurk award in 2008.
Lloyd is a very good friend back here in NZ. JW
My RPU needs a new home. I wanted to bring it back to the 1963 version.
How about an RPU doing yard work?
I love rods that have to earn their keep.
Matthew Gordon's Time Merchant
I rarely see a car where cycle fenders don't take away from the looks. They work on this one.
There is really quite a bit of time into them. They started from 36/37 Ford spare tire cover bands. They've been widened/stretched a bit & the flaring at the bottom, rear edges. The rears have been widened significantly but are still proportional.
Very nice work, the whole thing is just right.
Here is my 1930 RPU.
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Well it's NOT a roadster
I took it off as I miss understood the "roadster" part. I saw beds an got all excited. Thanks for keeping me in line
Dean Lowe 2013 Good Guys
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