The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Von Hartmann, Nov 16, 2010.
This is my '32 sedan.
These are some steel pieces I fabbed for a street/strip car back half car.
here's some of my t and some of a 41 willys i'm doing
This is some of the best tin work I have seen in a long time it's easy to see that you have a lot of time in it and know what your doing.
bump! Somebody has some awesome interior pics they can dig out!!
This is the "Jolly Dolly" '39 Chevy. The upholstery was done 50(+) years ago!
The Eddie Martinez threads in the SWC Willys are among the best ever, and are also still in the car. Love the headliner!
More pleeze!!!! This is great. Bump
This is not my car but I like the looks.
I love that diamond stitch. That is what I want to do in my falcon. Red flake vinyl.
It's not a "drag" car, it's just cool.
Can anyone add to this?
got mine done...not much upholstery!
Did many drag cars have headliners?
Rules for gassers stated at one point; you must run a full interior, or get bumped to altered.
So some did, not all.
But as you see here, full interior is a lot different in appearens, and also what people pass as full interior.
Funny enough, I read true the whole threat again, and I asked the same question 2 years ago.
It's funny see that some of the old cars the remove the tube around the shaft, or separate the collum, maybe to save weight. But looks cool.
It a little odd some of the places people put there Go-pedal, not exactly road friendly. It looks like some of them is fit for the co-driver.
Lets bring this back to the top
Super ten work I would like to see the rest of this one.
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