The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by Centurion9, Mar 31, 2011.
Where is it posted? Or can you repost it here? I'd really like to see that.
Does anyone know who owns this car?
East coat car... I believe it’s from Maryland..was in Kustoms Illustrated
Here is my 54 ford
Is there some kind of flame retardant masking paper for welding that I'm unaware of? Otherwise this seems ill-advised.
Totally awesome. That a beautiful Chevy.
Sometimes, the very things that make a Kustom Standout are hard to put your finger on...
Check out the one piece, curved glass windshield on this otherwise very mild Chevy.
(Sorry, The only pic I could find.)
The same was true for the famous, more-than-mild, Winfield/Goulart Shoebox.
"So close, so close and yet so far."
So was the mud and snow tires on the rear of the car...Typical Mid-west "kustom"...
There is...this ain’t it
I sort of miss this car.
This is a recreation of a Barris built car. That`s like the interior in the original one.[/QUOTE]
That may explain why George photographed it from this angle!
This beauty showed in Germany, some years back. Dig the blown Flathead!
I think way back in this thread
Thanks, I must have missed those the first time. I'm definitely convinced that my '52 needs lake pipes now.
Thanks...haven’t looked at those in awhile..I think about Gator a lot this time of year..the anniversary of his passing was last month and Autorama is going on now..we would of had some good conversations..
Did you say Stewed Tobacco?!
HAMB'er justanotherguy's '50. Hopped up Stude 6 power. I love it!
This '52 was in Car Craft in the Sixties, had a hot '55 Stude V8. '53 caps are perfect choice.
And to round things out, this beautiful '53 (from Rik Hoving's Archives).
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