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Technical The Hawaiian Survivor 32 Roadster

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Tetanus Shot, Sep 27, 2007.

  1. Cool,, live Aloha!
     
  2. Wasahawaiianrat
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    i could have sworn one of the mag's did a story on this when the guy pulled it out of some lady's garage there on oahu, or maybe that was a different 32 there :confused:
     
  3. wlspdshop
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    Thanks for sharing...very cool.
     
  4. funny shit that.
     
  5. ALindustrial
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    kick ass car! yet another Relic is uncovered!
     
  6. 1930 ratrod
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    cool car!!! i even have that issue of hotrod magazine!!!:D
     
  7. Rusty
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    Too Cool!!!!
     
  8. Evel
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    That car has Aloha Spirt All over it!!! Even the floormats...

    I love it.. I could see me rippin around Maui in that lil fucker...
     
  9. SinisterCustom
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    RAD! Definitely a car inspired by european sports cars of the day....refreshing in a world full of highboys......

    Thanks for the pics....really neat car!
     
  10. 50Fraud
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    Looks like the reveal has been shrunk out of the quarter panels from the cockpit back. Lotta work!
     
  11. Tetanus Shot
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    the best part was the guy was driving it around barefoot!
     
  12. Tetanus Shot
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    i think the only reason it looks like a european sports car is due to the wheel and tire combo it's wearing right now, and probably the bumpers.

    if it had the original whitewalls, olds caps and bumpers you wouldnt even get that impression. still an awesome car the way it sits.

     
  13. Dino the weirdo
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    37 KID --- what is "An east coast look"... sorry for my ignorance .
     
  14. myke
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    Thanks for posting...pretty cool
     
  15. Cam VanDerHorst
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    That thing is sweet! It looks a little bit like a British sportscar, so of course I love it.
     
  16. Damn that is cool!

    I'd ditch the steering wheel covers and the floor mats...

    and when did the guy replace the SBC with the flathead?

    Sam.
     
  17. houseofhotrods
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    Cool stuff! Looks like October '59 Hot Rod mag. I wonder how a 6 ft 3 incher would fit behind the wheel...... :)
     
  18. just bitchin'... :D

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  19. Awesome survivor, love the 1/4 panels.

    Yeah it was in a magazine showing it being pulled out of the garage, I can't remember which mag or issue.:eek:
     
  20. 402
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    You're probably right. I saw this car at Donut Derelicts and the display with the car said something like the original hot rodder's daughter didn't even know what she had and sold her dead dad's "old car" to the new owner who was an old classmate at a reunion or something.
     
  21. Tetanus Shot
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    i think i remember him mentioning something about that, pretty sure he said Rod & Custom a few years ago.
     
  22. converseandbowlingshirts
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    The European look is probably not accidental though. Many early 50s and late 40s cars have major European sports car nods.
     
  23. SinisterSpeed
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    Wow, awesome to see this thing show up on here!! I meet this man (his name slipped my mind right now) when I bought my original 34 roadster body from him at the Father's Day swap meet this year in Pamona! Drove all night from Reno to Orange County, and what a sight to see when I pulled up to his house! This car was sitting out, it was so cool cause it still had the fuzzies from the car cover stuck on the fenders that sat on it while it was in the garage for all those years!! He just obtained it too, about 2-3 years ago, from his hawaiian classmates uncle that had built it! The car is defenatly a piece of history, and was nicely built at the time too! This car couldn't have gone to a better owner, for him and his family were super cool. Here is a shot of it!:)
     

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  24. Saw it a few months ago, roarin down the streets around Huntington...tried to catch up with it. Some kinda sight in the every day commute i'll tell you!
     
  25. Volvo544special65
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    Yeah, quite a different look, but I like it very much! Nice car. :)
     
  26. Automotive Stud
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    looks a lot like a burgundy one that runs around here in new jersey. I can't find a pic right now, but it's chopped, channeled, full fendered, full louvered hood, deuce roadster with wide whites on chromed steelies. Banjo rear and all...
     
  27. GaryC.
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    I think that I may have found the counterpart car
    that was built 2500 miles away.
    While looking through some of my old "little rod books"
    I found this. RODDING AND RESTYLING August, 1959
    featured Jim Govro's, of Austin TX, '32 Deuce roadster.
    This one was just a pretty little car in canary yellow.

    It would be interesting if Jim was a H.A.M.B.er.
     

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  29. GaryC.
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    A little more research has yielded the November 1958 HR article.
     

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  30. Casey
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    I am sick right now ! this car has been destroyed . and brought back to a stock roadster ! why would you do that andy !
    I have lost all respect !
    they make brand new stock roadsters ! why would you kill such a historic hot rod to make another stock roadster ? I don`t get it :mad:
     

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