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Stainless 1936 Ford at Mecum

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Streetwerkz, Jul 26, 2010.

  1. Streetwerkz
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  3. hombres ruin
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    I would cuise that all day long,would be a sight to see that coming down the highway with the sun hitting it.
     
  4. flatheadpete
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    Rad. I paint it flat black and channel it over an air-bagged chassis with red wheels.
     

  5. -Brent-
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    That's all? :D You wouldn't want some faux-tina? :D
     
  6. flatheadpete
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    Seriously, polished aluminum Ardun, polished mag Halibrand quickie, polished ft axle, stainless spindles....am I going to Hell?
     
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  8. 5window
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    I saw that car at Hershey last year and i don't recall it being polished. Thing about a polished car is -you have to keep polishing it!
     
  9. kemp kid
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    why would you ruin a 36 with air bags?
     
  10. flatheadpete
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    Ask Cole Foster. Geeezus some people have no sense of humor.
     
  11. Streetwerkz
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    I saw pics of it a few years ago, and it was not polished then.
    I think I liked it better unpolished also... but I'd still love to have it polished or not.

    I just like looking at it, I probably wouldn't even want to drive it... just be able to sit and stare at it.
     
  12. flatheadpete
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    What's up with the license plates?
     
  13. greg32
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    Great photo, where was that taken?
     
  14. Streetwerkz
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    they are all stunning, amazing what something as simple as changing the material will do for a car. An improvement over paint for all three
     
  15. Shifter
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    I saw this at Hershey 2009. It was definitely polished. Beautiful car....not sure how you would put a price on it though. I guess it is what ever the buyer is willing to pay...right?
     
  16. harpo1313
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    must be a scorcher to the touch in the sun.i admire the work but dont care for the look.looks like bad chrome in some areas,particularly on the doors in that sideshot.
     
  17. Sheeeiitttt... and I'll raise ya a spattering of ghost flames. No doubt this is one of the top cars on anyone's "gotta have it" bucket list.

    Bob
     
  18. Django
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    Of the 6 '36s built, only 4 are left, and I think this is the only one that is polished like that. Think it's worth big bucks now? Imagine if they had built them as roadsters! :D
     

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