The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by Strittan, Jul 25, 2015.
Early 1960s, I drove (sequencially) a 1953 Olds Super 88 convertible - nosed, decked, louvered hood, and a 1953 Olds 98 convertible. Both with California rakes - in Massachusetts. Ra
Rakes were the result of sagging front coil springs. Thanks to Tony's explanation, nice to know I was way cool - even though I didn't know it at the time. What goes around, comes around. Would be nice if I still had them.
Thank you all!
its better than ok its perfect
Neither one of these are mine but......I sure wish they were! Now boyz..........THIS is a rake!! Sweeeeet!
Here's the udd'un! Bad a$$ rake!
That is very very hot !
Love a good rake on a car. The wheel/tire choice and stance of a car make or break a build. Most of the cars in the family have a little rake to them.
Body is on a big rake..... frame is on the right rake...
Always been a fan! A few of mine...
Well they must get decent fuel mileage, always running downhill and all.
I'm a Ford guy but this '56 get's in my eye's, I love the colors and the way it sit's. HRP
Rim screws, first I've seen not related to drag slicks. Nice touch.
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