The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Kellys Hot Rod Parts, Dec 16, 2009.
Just finished mine about a month ago
Here's mine. 1930 sedan.
Here are some Model A's I've built in the past few years. My current driver is the 29 Chopped Sedan with the orange wheels.
Here is my 28 ford traditional
This one is for sale ...
40 axles, dash, and steering wheel
second pic after dropping axle
Heres mine, Its for sale.
Project...the goal is all 1940 and older.
I'll play along heres mine, these were stolen from HAMB drag picture threads!
My 31 was a slant window 4 dr. I decided to make my own 2 dr. I lengthened the doors 4" or close to Vicky door length. The rear doors and quarter windows were put together to be about the same length as the front doors. Top was filled with a 63 Plymouth trunk lid and top. It's all channeled over the frame 8". It has a 341 Desoto hemi. Dash is a 53 Desoto dash.
Here is a link from my photos of Bonneville 2010. Just about every Hot Rod I could find is in here.
still in progress
Sweet, what kind of wheels are those?
Those are a set of Weld wheels, common as ants. Had them laying around the shop so I wanted to try to use them. It took 2 days to mask them. I went to the autobody supply and bought a rattle can of acid etch primer and shot urethane ...same as the engine. I have had no problems since. The rear wheels have a 5" back spacing(15"x12") so they hide the drums and backing plates up in the wheel very nicely. The spinners happen to come with the wheels and probably what makes the wheels work so well on the car.
Built a model kit looked a lot like this back in the 60's
my 29 I chopped and channeled and built the entire frame
here is my current Chopped 31 coupe
heres three Ive had over the years
Pic of mine I just stole from another thread.
That A is awesome!
My 30 coupe with hopped up 4 banger
GEEZ thats cool!
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