The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Ryan, Sep 29, 2011.
the 1939 Lincoln Zephyr front bumper was a nerf bar. very cool too.
I have built nerf bars by the dozens. They went on the side of our sprint cars. I also built bumpers. They went on the front and back. I built this for the front of my model T. Bolted into the shock mounts. It's on the front, but I wouldn't call it a bumper. A lot of shit sticks out in front of it. It kinda adds a smile to its face.
Can't forget side nerfs!
I have a buddy that’s one on those talented guys. He makes a living building midget and sprint car chassis, bumpers and Nerf bars for race cars. I gave him the measurements and he whipped this up for me in about 45 minutes it’s 3/4” stainless.
Solid bar Nerf made for my Roadster.. Looks like jewelery on the bench.
Beautiful car and beautiful nerf bar! Can you share anymore pictures of both?
Bringing this back up, specifically looking for 37 to 40 fords with Nerf bars
Stainless is the way to go. Saves on that chrome bill.
on my '39 coupe
I made these simple ones up from a weightlifting bar my dad used to use .
I just put some Pete And Jakes single bars on mine.
Here are my small bars on my old '41 Pick up all Stainless steel,
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