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Features The Lee Pratt Thrash

Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by Ryan, Jan 16, 2014.

  1. Ryan
    Joined: Jan 2, 1995
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    Ryan
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    from Austin, TX
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  2. BrerHair
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    Long roof lace. Cool.
     
  3. I have always liked that car. I'm very excited to finally see it in person at the GNRS in a few weeks.
     
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  5. Ryan
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    Here's a shot of the car from the late 60's...
     

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  6. Wowcars
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    THAT car!?!? I've always loved the photos I've seen of it. Always wondered what happened to it. Incredible to see it being resurrected. Simply amazing.
     
  7. EnragedHawk
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    I regret all the times I walked by a lace paint job before I "got it." That sucker is way cool.
     
  8. Dreddybear
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    Backwards Flames. Awesome on so many levels.

    I'm still so stoked that this stuff is around here. Keeps my mind blown.
     
  9. It will be cool to see it at GNRS.
     
  10. metal man
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    I always admired that car too. I have that issue of R&C with my dad's address label still on it. I'll patiently wait for color pics of the new one.

    Hopefully there will be more pics of the car and less of shoes and tools:rolleyes:
     
  11. deucetruck
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    So cool to see these historic cars resurrected. A couple years ago, the Richard Graves clone of Sam Hollingsworth's Nomad, and now this amazing Nomad. I love to see these cars living again.
     
  12. Rudy J
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    Awesome!


    Posted using the Full Custom H.A.M.B. App!
     
  13. Flat-Foot
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    What kind of shape was the car in when he found it?
     
  14. Jeff Norwell
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    Please finish your 5 window Lee.
    Love from Palookaville.
     
  15. Jay71
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    55 wagon+Lee Pratt?! I'm in! Love that wagon, and all other Pratt builds for that matter.
     
  16. Deuced Up!
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    Don't worry Lee...there is not a "sick bastard" on this site that wouldn't have made the same decision to start again with the original. So...can I have the other one? LOL! Good luck getting it to the show.
     
  17. truckjim
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    Well captured, Ryan. :)
     
  18. flamingokid
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    Every car guy has "The Car" somewhere in his past and to be able to go and buy her back is something most guys dream of.The older you get,the more you'll understand.I sold a '59 MGA back to the guy that originally brought her over from England,and after a tearful reunion,he gave me the whole story about how they separated.....Anybody see my '73 240z?
     
  19. "In support, I decided to drop by yesterday and be no help at all."

    Lmao. Done that a time or two.... :D
     
  20. One word........Damn!:eek: HRP
     
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  21. Love it! I too would love to see a feature of how the car was when he found it in Kansas... hint hint.
     
  22. I huge inspiration for my own car. :)
     
  23. cleatus
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    Those skinny flames are too cool
     
  24. Fantastic photography with nice bokeh. Tell me about this lens...
     
  25. Jkustom
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    Very cool. What are the odds of finding your car after all the years that have passed, while in the middle of building its clone, no less? Very rad. I'm stoked he decided to go with his original car. Very cool.
     
  26. Boones
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    looking forward to seeing the car.
     
  27. need louvers ?
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    DAMN! I can't wait to see that one in person! As pitifully weird as it may sound, Lee's Nomad and the Hollingsworth Nomad is what inspired me to do the do on my late and much lamented Falcon wagon. Just the concept of a cool, mild custom wagon with some style...
     
  28. Landmule
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    I'm really looking forward to seeing that in person. Lee's Gold 1940 Ford is one of my all time favorite cars.
     
  29. Eric H
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    Very cool car and pics.
     
  30. Royalshifter
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    Royalshifter
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    Cannot wait to see Lee and his Nomad.
     

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