The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Chris, Dec 16, 2011.
There's gotta be more...
Ok some more then ;-)
Diggin it mr 42!!!!
Nice pics Mr.42!!! Digin the one with the white top and yellow wire wheels!!! Perfect!!
Chis you never answered this question. I want to know too....
Just a 46-48 Ford front bumper, nothing special.
Here's one I didn't see posted. Obviously at the Nugget.
cabriolet from the last Road Agents show
Here's my buddy Kenny's flathead roadster. I'm trying to find a better picture of it. Also trying to remember where we were going!?
So in 2 days I will be driving like a mad man to pick this thing up. It is half restored, and mostly complete. Saying I am stoked is an understatement.
So whats the story on this one Chris, wow !!! you can find them !
I was watching that one...that was a great score Chris, congrats!!!
I'll post some better pics and a story once I get home with the ol buggy.
I am glad you got this one Chris. I so wanted it, and I'll admit I bumped your bid more than a couple of times!
Awesome. So you DID buy this car....Im glad its going to someone with good intentions...
Hope to see it on the road soon
Sounds great Chris, congrats ! look forward to seeing more pics and reading the story.
Thats OK, the reserve was not met yet anyways
Sorry to steer this thread off course, heres some more I had
That looks really sweet. Good luck on the trip down. Watch out for ice.
So why has it taken so long to start up such a killer thread?
Ford's most delicate beauty - under Edsel's Presidency, when form had finally become important.
Long may it last, and for many, many pages. It's a keeper.
Fricken Sweet! Congratulations on such a nice solid roadster look forward to seeing more and your build.
With all the sweet roadsters in this post I might just have to start thinking about wacking off the back of my Pheaton again
My ongoing project...built from closed car stuff. Can't afford one of them real un's!
Here's ours nearly finished....
Just got a text from CHRIS showing that he arrived in Northern Cali and has his new '34 Roadster in his possession. Very excited for him...
Glad to see you got that car, I watched it too. It will get the right treatment I'm sure. I love the '33-'34's of any body style.
Look at these pictures guys.... What's the deal at the running board area? Why do some cars show part off the frame there and some don't?
Here is a 33 I built for a customer. 427 Ford, dual quads, 11 mpg average from Kansas to L.A. and back for the roadster show.
Here is a 33 I am building for "The Customer" my wife.
woohoo! awesome. stoked for him.
Thanks Steve. Just another reason this place is so cool. Wealth of info...!
something odd with the white one, i think. never seen one like it.
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