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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by J.Ukrop, Sep 21, 2018.
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The Driveway A
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Great timeline shots, rare to see start to finish
Holy Swivel Buckets Batman...that is a cool Hotrod & great little story about the Passion...lots of Great Hotrod evolved from the BC scene...thanks @J.Ukrop
Most don't like the tires so far out from rear fender look, but I've always dug it!! Especially on any Model A! That Ardun must have sounded wicked on the street.
We got a guy like that, squirrel.
Lots of cool home built rods where done here in Victoria. Thanks Joey.
That’s one great lookn ‘ “A” bone in my book. The version with torques on it does it for me, but I might be a little biased...
This is just so right!
Cool shot. Same tire and wheel combo, pals that split the set of Skylarks?
More than pals, two brothers, Dennis and Dave.
Actually that was me and RedMurray .Brother Dave bought that roadster pickup body from Red for about 12 bucks as I recall!
Just to clarify The fuel tank was a Bronze hot water tank we welded up and polished! We couldn't afford a Moon tank!
Also those were Dave's wheels. We eventually made a set of wheels up 13 in wide on the rear and 8 in up front .Then Victoria Plating chromed them up . It was like looking in a chrome plated drum. Remember -nothing was available for us up here then. If you wanted it -you built it!
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