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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 29bowtie, Jan 7, 2009.

  1. madmike3434
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    you want wood ??? take a VIAGARA , if it lasts for more than 4 hours call a doctor

    MIKE
     
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  2. ken1939
    Joined: Jul 5, 2008
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    My 31 LP is up for sale 31Chevy front - Copy.JPG
     
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  3. Joseph Allen
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    I do like the wood and don't need no viagra! It's lasted over 80 years, and still going strong for another 80.


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  4. i have been dreaming about that car since i saw the ad.
     
  5. madmike3434
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    Okay KENL939

    one restored 1931 Chevrolet landau phaeton..........for sale ...........and the asking price is ???????????

    I actually find your AVATAR black roadster pickup much more interesting

    mike
     
  6. paul55
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    from michigan

    I actually had a LP and sold it because it was plain ugly with the top down and I figured I'd want the top down.... alot! So, I swapped the body for my '31 Cabriolet body.
     
  7. madmike3434
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    Me too, have not put the top down on my 35 phaeton.............not sexy.

    my friend frank has a 38 LaSalle convert sedan............that car looks awkward top down., but sooooo cool and sexy top up.

    mike lynch
     
  8. Steffen Jobst
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  9. madmike3434
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    AND YOU POSTED THIS PICTURE BECAUSE ???????????

    YOUR LOOKING TO CREATE A NEGATIVE POSITION ON METAL AND WOOD BODYS ??

    IF THERE IS ART IN THAT POST, YOUR NOT TAKING YOUR MEDICATIONS.

    MIKE LYNCH
     
  10. i think it was posted to show how well the wood held up. actually better than the nails.
     
  11. Steffen Jobst
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    I posted one picture. Nothing else.
    And immediately someone starts screaming around.
    Insinuating "negative positions" and telling me I should take my medicine.
    Very strange.
    Very squeamish.
    Very prejudiced.
     
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  12. madmike3434
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    your still not answering the original question.........." and you posted this picture because ? "

    mike lynch
     
  13. madmike3434
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    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH, the bob , the weave, the duck, the Ali shuffle.
    mike
     
  14. now we know why your MADmike.:D just kidding, i really think you read to much into it, i didn't take it as a bad post,...............maybe i am too pollyanna.............i do have the Carpenters song "sing a song" playing in my head constantly................
    the title of the thread bothers me more than that post, i have NEVER seen a termite in any chevy yet.
     
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  15. Six Ball
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    I think it is a pretty arty photo. It actually has good composition, good contrast, and a variety of texture. If it was an abstract painting some would love it. If you like auto and add art check out the link he attached.
     
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  16. madmike3434
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    I did check out his link and did not understand why he posted that picture, with zero words to go with it, considering the content of his link.

    My question, what are you trying to say in the photo ?? If anything.

    mike lynch
     
  17. Boys, in the words of Elsa...

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  18. madmike3434
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    shazzbott

    quote from Mork from Ork
     
  19. Steffen Jobst
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  20. madmike3434
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    following a previous post about rear window frames for 1932--1938 : roadsters, roadster pickup, cabriolet convertibles, phaetons. I found these pictures of this original GM rear window frame , cast in aluminum with wood frame that goes on the inside of the car. It has a very distinctive look from your normal mail slot. Extremely well designed and engineered piece. I do not know anybody that offers this for sale repo.........if anybody knows post a reply to this thread

    roaDSTER  rear window frame system quality.jpg roadster rear windiow frame.jpg roadster rear w qyuality wood part.jpg roadster rear.jpg

    mike lynch
     
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  21. Steffen Jobst
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  22. madmike3434
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    shazbot.............

    mike
     
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    Joseph Allen

  24. foxforcefive
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    Here's an early Chevrolet I think 27 or 28 not sure if the pieces go together but they came with the deal


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  25. foxforcefive
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  26. madmike3434
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    I think a 4-5-6 speed stick allows you be more a part of the car, as your actually working at driving and getting involved, rather than just planting your right foot for gas or brake.
    The car in the avatar was originally supposed to have a 6 speed stick back in 1996 when I was redoing it.

    I made the mistake of asking my 20 year old son what he thought and proceeded to demonstrate having a PHANTOM stick in the car I was driving. After going thru all 6 gears up and then reversing 6--4--2 coming to a stop. His answer was why do you want to do THAT .......! Car ended up with a 700 R4. auto

    My build of the 35 roadster SHAZZBOTT has a brand new tremec T56 magnum sitting in the box.
    Looking forward to the day I can drive it and shift the car , hear the webers gulping air , the gilmer belt drive whining away and the stainless specialties mufflers producing an earthy rumble .

    mike lynch
     
  27. r2c1
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    foxforcefive.... That's a 28 cowl. Not by reading the tag, but the 27 and 28 cowl are different in the area above the bead line at the firewall.
     
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  28. Steffen Jobst
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    When someone is very old or has leg-problems or - worst case - only one leg: An automatic transmission is a great help.
     
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