The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Speed Gems, Jun 20, 2020.
Roadsters by Magoo
This car made a lasting impression on me mant, many moons ago. Being from Ventura County certainly had an effect also!
Dave Marquez' roadster.......
This one holds a lot for me.
The Whitbeck/Cory roadster Raced at Perth speedway near Amsterdam NY. The race was found in a junk yard in the late 1990's
Here is a few..
Bill That is superior.
Thanks Bill, I appreciate it ! Bill
Put a lot of miles on this one. But this shot of the rolling bones is my favorite. I can only imagine.
After alot of soul searching, pretty much any 29 A-v8 highboy , Dick Courtney style , my 'go to' roadster.
We went to the same high school brings Back memories every time i see a picture of it.
This car ran a Fuel Old’s in it. Both cars ran at Caddo Mills in the later 50’s
This has probably been in every thread similiar to this one and has been viewed a million times.....but it positively always warrants another look. The Bishop roadster.
Speed gems thank you for starting this thread and everyone who has posted. I have a 30/31 roadster on deck for my next project and this has inspired me to get it going as well as helped with some of the decision making.
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The one I drove to high school 60 to 1962,an still drive. This is the front doors to Miami High School,Miami Florida
My two favorites, Tommy Ivo T after Bill Rolland rebuild, and the Dick Flint roadster.
Ditto on those 2
Spurgin/Giovanine '25 Chev roadster
& a very close second Don Waite's T. I would love to build a street version of this...
I posted the roadster that started it all for me...
Here's one that keeps the flame burning!!
Built In The Early 1950’s By Bob Johnston, Ed Roth Purchased The Car In 1962, And Turned The Little 1923 Ford Model T Into Tweedy Pie.
Another of my favorites.
I'm surprised nobody has elected Norm Grabowski's Kookie T. I thought it would be in the top 5!
thought I would add this one.
@RICH B Any idea who built it?
Most folks don't think of T buckets and roadsters in the same sentence.
Another one for me would be this Kris Elmer built 31.
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