The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Blacktop Graffiti, Nov 26, 2008.
Here's a couple....
Dave "Nasty" Benjamin and Tom Padilla's car. I painted it.
All I see is a red "x"...
If you mean Nasty's, I can see it fine.
What did you cut up or use to build that little car that's in black and white? I think it is so strange that it is cute.
Keep the altereds coming!!!!
It's a '31 American Austin (Bantam) pickup cab with the bed removed and a trunk from some unknown donor brazed on. I liked it to so last month when this truck appeared on the HAMB I stole it from it's new owner. 72 inch wheel base stock. This one is a '38 or '39. Rough but do able. I need to see it done reasonably quickly and I am just out of hospital with ongoing restrictions. So I need to find a shop somewhere around here that needs work and has an imagination.
Here's the start of our A/FA project.
Killer looking truck, what's it run for E.T.?
Finnished the "GROUNDSHAKER jr" last year and built the Fiat about 6 years ago (owner died and is for sale)
Here is one I built and raced in 1975, Boss 302 Ford and 4 speed.
Bantam bodied altered!!
Here's my Fiat, not entirely HAMB-friendly. Street, but NHRA legal, 10.00 and slower, too. It is also in post #203 in its previous configuration. This iteration has opening doors, a filled roof and full tube frame
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Tiny and not very comfortable, but sometimes that's the price you pay. Door bars are removed for more comfortable street driving.
The Last Logghe got new orange paint and I'm ready for some nostalgia drags:
The Bantam roadsters have always been my favorites. Great pictures.
Our new AA/FA and my side project NE1 Altered
Here's my new project. Not my photo, not me driving
Here's an updated photo of my "Last Logghe". Now sporting orange paint after a new front-half to repair crash damage.
Mine NE1 project "Trouble Maker's Tea"
The Sheepherder SOHC Ford. Not my photo, but it's a great one, love the header flames at night.
The Nightmare Big Block Ford powered AA/FA. Not my photo
Very nice Marty. Any more details on the suspension/chassis?
Our Nostalgia T bucket,
Love this thing! Anyone know more about this one!
Running my Last Logghe against my buddie's FED
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