The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Royalshifter, Jan 31, 2009.
That’s. Just. Wrong. ( incorrect that is)
Real? Or a repost?
This was for sale and on Facebook a while back, the cab was made from a 1936 Willys sedan and the hood sides were custom made also. The frame and bed was a later Willys Jeep if I remember correctly
The hood on the Willys is 35-36, correct for the rest of the front but should have round side vents, only the 33 Model 77 had the three vent doors. JW
Etowah County Alabama
Actually they had 4 vents and the Deluxe models were chrome
This truck cab is made from a sedan body. did you notice the 1933 Willys type louvers in the 1935-36 Willys hood side panels ?
Did you read the following posts? JW
Where in Etowah County did you find this? My wife is from Gadsden, and I live about 60 miles from there, so I know the area pretty well. This looks like part of a rear end from a teens or '20s truck with worm gear drive.
How about a real 1958 Impala? And yes, it was a 348 car!!
^^^^^Nice one @Spooky ! Looks like you have spent your lunch hour in the yard again at All American.
Thanks pal! I try and grab a shot daily out there.
Maverick Daddy, Are there any good cars left in Alabama? You sure have a lot of rotting ones!
Oh yeah, we got good ones too. They just don't belong here.....
I need this one.
Dadeville Alabama. Where I'm standing right now, loading up the trailer, to go get another one. I think my friend has a problem.... ah, the Junk Driver life......
Stripper base model. Bet it has a 6 cyl and no radio.
That's how my dad used to buy his cars....no frills!
Hmmm, that there GMC has potential. Sure it’s got patina but that just adds character. Get the thing mechanically sound and drive the wheels off. Oh and build the I-6 to factory spec and add a split manifold.
She's got a v6, with plaid valve covers!
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