The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by southcross2631, Oct 28, 2020.
I could find more, but I’m no “Jack”
Lloyd, you are an absolute Artist. Mike’s wagon is gorgeous. I’ve only known maybe two other guys in my life that work as hard as you do. I truly wish I lived closer to you and Mike, I would hang out with you guys constantly.
I want to see it outside and not under all them dam lights! Larry
Don't forget if more than one Lloyd owns the place it would have the apostraphe (English spelling) AFTER the 's'.
Just pissin' with you. Top job on the car. Looks fast standing still.
Thought all the gear heads skipped those classes.
Well my 2 weeks are up, and that doesn't include working my firehouse job. So in 9 days, I've done all i can. Ain't perfect, but it's pretty damn cool in my opinion. Did i mention I'm tired? I'll get up in the morning and wipe it all down and give it and this thread back to Mr. Coger it's been a pleasure, thanks for trusting me with your car buddy, can't wait to see it go down the track
You bet! Now folks will know where you are! And I bet you get some business out of it, or you would if it had a phone number.......
Just yanking your chain Lloyd!
Thanks big guy, you're always welcome at my shop this coming week is the final sand on a C10 and put the front back on a late model, they're both black, so I'll paint them both at the same time! Next week is the final sand on the 39 coupe and spray the body and rear fenders. And finish the bodywork on one of those shhhhhh(mustangs) got a lot and building full!!! And about 4 waiting to bring theirs to me yeah, I'm tired!!!
Your expelled!! Looks great Lloyd!! Lippy
Well the way i see it, with the places that car runs at, most would never haul a car all the way to Owingsville Ky lol, they'd be passing about a million bodyshop's lol. But i wanted to paint the car for him, he's been good to me. And bygod my name is on a SEGA drag car!!!! How fucking cool is that!!!
Fantastic job big guy...love the 9's
That CANNOT be the same car!
I will say if I had been told the theme/color scheme of the car I probably would have said something like "that won't work".......I would have been wrong because it's so (sch)cool!
Looks great .Very nice job.The world needs more people like Lloyd.
Well, maybe more people with Lloyd's skill levels...but one "Lloyd" is all the world can take.
Hell of a job Lloyd.
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You done good big guy.
We will be loading it by 10 am this morning. We dodged a bullet with the weather and we should be between rain storms in Tn. on the way home.
Worked 9 hours at the golf course and came home and got my grill out and cleaned it . The bumpers are painted and ready. Will probably have them on tonight.
Then work tomorrow afternoon and Wed. ,but Wed. looks like a washout . Get the car to the alignment shop on Thursday then pull out for Fl. on Friday. Racing season is here.
Hope to see you folks at a SEGA race this year. We can hang out and have some fun. Thanks for all of you that have been following this thread and a special thanks to Lloyd who not only did not know me before this . He wanted to be involved with the SEGA but just didn't know how. Well buddy you are a very big part of 2 old folks racing team and we are proud and blessed to have met a very talented generous man.
We will be meeting with the t shirt folks for a photo shoot so we can have t shirts available by the second race at Shadyside. in Shelby , N.C.
Very nice job , Lloyd!
One of you 2 take a video of it outside and running for us !!!
That's "Spot-on" gentlemen !
Paint the back wheels yellow too
Yeah i thought about that, but it's on its way back to Tennessee now Mr. Bang
Lloyd really did a great job nailing the school bus look...all those years riding the "short bus" really paid off.
Should have " emergency exit" on the tailgate. Looks great outside. !
And “Do Not Pass While Lights Flashing”! Every little bit helps while racing!
You proved that you don’t “Body Shop Jail”cars. That is worth a drive for some folks.
Great work on the builder ,and painter. Impressive in a short time. Well done.
As far as traveling for a paint job/body work. Based on Mikes departure and arrival time, must be about a 3 hour ride?
I’m sure folks in the area will know.
Anyways if I was a 3 or 4 hour haul and knew I’d get my vehicle back in a month, I’d have no problem renting a trailer and taking the drive. I’d bet many others would do the same.
Anyways, good job by you and good like to Mike this season.
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